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Georgia Basketball Timeline March 25, 1996 – The Lady Dogs knock off topranked Louisiana Tech, 90-76, in the Midwest Regional Championship to advance to a second straight Final Four. July 19, 1996 – On her 32nd birthday, Teresa Edwards opens the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta with the reading of the Athlete’s Oath at the Opening Ceremonies on behalf of athletes from all 197 nations competing in Atlanta. Katrina McClain is one of eight U.S. Olympic greats selected to assist the delivery of the Olympic flag to the ceremonies. February 19, 1997 – Kedra Holland-Corn hits a layup with 5.5 seconds left to give the Lady Dogs a 6664 win over Florida and clinch Georgia’s second straight SEC Championship. June 6, 1997 – La’Keshia Frett, Brandi Decker, Tracy Henderson and Tiffany Walker graduate four years after they enrolled at Georgia. January 10, 1999 – Georgia downs LSU, 73-60, in Baton Rouge to improve to 14-0 on the season, the best start ever by the Lady Dogs. A day after sweeping Naismith National Coach and Player of they Year honors, Landers and Saudia Roundtree also celebrated cutting down the nets at the 1996 Midwest Regional.

March 22, 1999 – A youthful Georgia squad, with just one senior on the roster, pounces Iowa State, 89-71, in the Mideast Regional final to advance to a third Final Four in five years. March 24, 1999 – Kelly Miller is named to the Kodak All-America team, the first Lady Bulldog sophomore ever to earn a spot on the prestigious unit. March 25, 2000 – Paced by double-doubles from Tawana McDonald and Kelly Miller, Georgia tops North Carolina, 83-57, in the “Sweet 16” to give Landers his 650th win overall and the Lady Dogs’ their school-record 32nd victory of the campaign. March 29, 2000 – The U.S. Basketball Writers Association tabs Landers its National Coach of the Year, the fourth such honor of his career. April 20, 2001 – Kelly Miller, Deanna Nolan and Coco Miller are the No. 2, No. 6 and No. 9 picks in the WNBA draft, marking the first time a school has supplied three first-rounders. March 24, 2003 – No. 19-ranked Georgia, a No. 5 seed, “upsets” No. 23-ranked Rutgers, a No. 4 seed, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs then drop a 66-63 decision to top-seeded Duke in the “Sweet 16” despite dressing out only seven players. Landers dubbed his team “The Miracle Workers.” March 6, 2004 – Freshman Janese Hardrick’s running jumper with 0.9 seconds remaining in OT lifts Georgia to a 68-66 victory over No. 1 Tennessee in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament. February 2, 2006 – Georgia shoots a sizzling 64.2 percent from the field to dispatch No. 21 Kentucky, 91-57, to supply Andy Landers with his 650th victory as the Lady Bulldogs’ head coach. March 9, 2006 – Senior Sherill Baker and sophomore Tasha Humphrey are named among the dozen finalists for the State Farm/Wade Trophy. February 2, 2006 – With Landers in attendance, Deanna Nolan leads the Detroit Shock to an 8075 win over Sacramento in the decisive Game 5 of the WNBA Finals. Nolan is named Finals Most Valuable Player and hoists the championship trophy with two more former Lady Bulldogs – Kedra Holland-Corn and Kara Braxton – who are her teammates with the Shock. November 12, 2006 – The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame announces that Andy Landers will be inducted into its membership in 2007. The announcement is made in association with the State Farm Tip-off Classic, where the Lady Bulldogs defeat eventual NCAA Runner-up Rutgers, 78-69, despite having only seven players dressed out.


Milestone UGA Wins No. 1

Nov. 10, 1979

No. 50

Dec. 18, 1981

No. 100

Dec. 29, 1983

No. 150

March 29, 1985

No. 200

Feb. 15, 1987

No. 250

Feb. 22, 1989

No. 300

Feb. 23, 1991

No. 350

Dec. 15, 1993

No. 400

Jan. 8, 1996

No. 450

Dec. 29, 1997

No. 500

Dec. 29, 1999

No. 550

Dec. 2, 2001

No. 600

Feb. 1, 2004

No. 650

Feb. 2, 2006

No. 700

Jan. 24, 2008

UGA 88, Piedmont 69

UGA 80, Memphis St. 68

UGA 93, Miami (Ohio) 36 UGA 81, Western Ky. 78 UGA 89, Vanderbilt 72 UGA 86, Howard 49 UGA 70, Auburn 66

Teresa Edwards’ poetic and heartfelt “farewell to my one true love” speech at the United States Olympic Hall of Fame induction ceremonies drew a standing ovation.

December 3, 2006 – Georgia defeats Georgia Tech, 79-69, to give his Andy Landers his 664th win with the Lady Bulldogs, making him the winningest college basketball coach in the State of Georgia’s history. February 27, 2007 – Peach State products Ashley Houts, Christy Marshall and Angel Robinson all are named to the coaches’ Freshman All-SEC team, the first trio of teammates to do so. January 24, 2008 – Andy Landers posts his 700th victory at Georgia is an 82-55 thumping of Florida. March 17, 2008 – Tasha Humphrey is named firstteam All-SEC by the AP and in the process becomes only the third four-time consensus firstteam All-SEC performer in league history. February 28, 2009 – Landers is inducted into the State of Georgia’s Sports Hall of Fame along with two other UGA greats – men’s basketball coach Hugh Durham and football All-American and Academic All-American Terry Hoage. August 13, 2009 – Teresa Edwards is inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame.

2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

UGA 67, Georgia Tech 52 UGA 77, Tennessee 71 UGA 94, Fairfield 68

UGA 78, East Tenn. 51

H I S T O R y

UGA 54, California 54 UGA 71, Alabama 68

UGA 91, Kentucky 57 UGA 82, Florida 55

Landers entered the 2009-10 season 25 wins shy of 750 victories at UGA 117

2009-10 Women's Basketball Media Guide  
2009-10 Women's Basketball Media Guide  

Bios, stats, and photos of the Georgia Lady Bulldogs.