ATHENS, Ga. -- Courtney Walker scored 12 points to lead a strong perimeter game by No. 20 Texas A&M in its 64-46 win over No. 13 Georgia on Sunday night.
Kelsey Bone, the Southeastern Conference's leading scorer and rebounder, saw her streak of five straight double-doubles for Texas A&M (14-5, 4-1) end as she had 10 points and eight rebounds. She spent long stretches on the bench with foul trouble.
But the Aggies hit 51 percent (26 of 51) from the field and made 5-of-10 3-pointers.
Jasmine Hassell scored nine points to lead Georgia (16-3, 4-2), which shot 29.1 percent (16 of 55), including 1 of 6 on 3-pointers.
Texas A&M pulled away in the last 11:27 before halftime. The Lady Bulldogs trailed 11-10 after Jasmine Jones' short jumper, but the Aggies responded with a 13-0 run and outscored Georgia 28-6 over the remainder of the half.
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