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MSU women get win over Georgia

February 3, 2014

The Georgia defense backs off as Mississippi State junior center Martha Alwal (10) goes up for a score on Sunday. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

Mississippi State guard Jerica James never knows when her number will be called.
James knows she has to be ready whenever that time comes.
When starting point guard and senior Katia May picked up her third foul early in the second half of Sunday's game against Georgia, James' services were very much needed.
James provided 14 minutes off the bench in the second half and kept May from possibly fouling out of the game.
May came back into the game late and capped a 17-point game, a career-high, as MSU defeated Georgia 80-67 at Humphrey Coliseum.

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