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Technical Tidbits 2/16: Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball looking for another win

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The team has three opportunities this week, two in the next three days.

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The Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball team is squarely in the NCAA Tournament picture, currently sitting as a 5 seed in ESPN’s recent bracket projection. The Jackets (11-5, 9-4 ACC) have three games this week, starting today at 12 p.m. ET against the Miami Hurricanes. The Hurricanes are not having a great season, they’re currently 8-9. You can catch today’s action on the ACC Network. On Thursday, the Jackets head to Florida to face the Florida State Seminoles. They are doing better than the Hurricanes, sitting at 8-5. That game will tip off at 6 p.m. ET on the ACC Network. These are two must-win games for the Jackets, as they look to finish the season on a high note (5 regular season games left).

Tech Men’s Basketball F Khalid Moore has carved out a niche as a defensive specialist for the team. His contributions defensively are not always shown in the stat book, but his work has not gone unnoticed. Moore did a great job on Sunday defending Pittsburgh’s best player, Justin Champagnie, forcing one of his worst offensive games of the year. “Voice of the Yellow Jackets” Andy Demetra took some time to get to know Moore and learn about his basketball and his fashion interests. Take a look!

Last week was the start of the Tech Softball team’s season, and as Jake the Elder points out in the article above, they did pretty well. The team run-ruled their opponents in four out of the five games that they played, performing well on the pitcher’s mound, in the field, and in the batter’s box. Jake also gave us a rundown of all the other Tech non-rev news from last week, so I’d definitely check the “Yellow Jacket Roundup” out!

The Tech Football team’s winter workouts seem to be going well, at least based on Monday’s results. Lewis Caralla is proving to be a great hire, strength-wise and motivationally.

It’ll be here soon folks, the Tech Baseball team starts the regular season with a series against Eastern Kentucky this Friday. Go, Jackets!

Question of the Day: What are your predictions for the Beesball season?