Woodard and Battle both lead the way with 13 each
Logan Battle scores 20 points in loss.
By Bobby Bancroft
Georgetown will face No. 9 Xavier in the opening round
Butler and White earn Second Team All-BIG EAST
Unselfish Play Motivates Butler in Rookie Season
Georgetown vs. DePaul (USATSI)
Eighth-Seeded Hoyas Down Ninth-Seeded Musketeers, 56-37
Georgetown Women's Basketball 71, Providence 65 March 1, 2014 McDonough Arena | Washington, D.C.
Georgetown Downs Xavier, 66-58
Hoyas Fall to Wildcats, 59-49
Prior to Georgetown: An All-State player at Lake Braddock High School ... Named the school's Sportswoman of the Year as a senior after scoring more than 1,000 career points and holding the record in single-season scoring average, career rebounds and career blocks ... Averaged a triple-double in 2012-13 with 26.2 ppg, 17.8 rpg and 10.1 bpg ... A two-time Washington Post All-Met honoree including a spot on the first team as a senior ... Recognized as a Virginia All-State All-Star, a McDonald's All-American nominee, Fairfax County Sportswoman of the Year, Northern Region Player of the Year and the Patriot District Player of the Year ... Earned spots on the All-Next Sports Phenom Team, the All-SEN Team and the Patriot District All-Tournament Team ... A Northern Region All-Star after leading the region in points, rebounds and blocks ... An All-Star at the Elite Basketball Showcase Classic after leading the tourney in scoring and rebounding as well as a Buffalo Wild Wings and Battle of the Beltways All-Star ... Averaged 18.7 ppg and 18.5 rpg as a junior ... Ranked No. 140 by Blue Star Basketball ... Led her high school in kills and blocks as a team captain for the volleyball team ... Won the squad's Bruin Leader Award ... A member of the honor roll and fluent in German ... Played AAU with the Fairfax Stars.