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Post Lady Dogs happy with seeding

Tuesday March 13, 2007

“I thought (the #3 seed) was pretty generous,” said wing Megan Darrah.

That’s pretty much the reaction after last night’s selection show, but they shouldn’t be too surprised. Georgia was still very much in the running for a #2 seed, and until the SEC semifinal they were a better candidate than Purdue or Vanderbilt. That one loss wasn’t going to kill them.

The Lady Dogs have six losses this year, and all came against tournament-bound teams. The “worst” of them were to #5 seeds: George Washington and Middle Tenn. State. They are 8-6 against the NCAA field this year. Coach Landers was correct that “There were a lot of two and three seed-type teams,” but Georgia had more than enough quality wins to separate themselves.

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