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Georgia State falls to Hofstra


The Georgia State women’s basketball lost for the second time this season to their in conference rivals, the Hofstra Pride, on Sunday afternoon by a final score of 72-59.

The Pride got out to an early advantage in the first half which included leads of 11-3 and 22-9.

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The free throw shooting of Ashley Watson and three point shots from Kendra Long cut the deficit to only five at the half.

Hofstra pulled away in the second half, extending their lead to as many as 17 points.

Senior Shante Evans led the Pride with 19 points and 11 rebounds, becoming the first player in Hofstra school history to eclipse the 2,000 point mark in her career..

Georgia State scoring was led by  20 from Ashley Watson and 18 from Kendra Long.

The Panthers next game will be on Thursday night at the Sports Arena as they take on the Towson Tigers, who Georgia State defeated on the road in January.

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The game is set to tip off at 7:00 P.M. and  can be heard on WRAS-FM 88.5 radio.


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