ATLANTA - Georgia State's women's basketball team rallied from a 16-point deficit Sunday to defeat North Greenville 91-89 in the GSU Sports Arena.

Shay Fluker's 25 points led the Panthers and Kierra Henry added a career-high 20 points, including 12 in the final period to help the comeback. Shaq Miller-McCray totaled 12 rebounds, a new career mark, and Madison Newby finished with 11 points, six assists and five steals.

The Panthers led 29-20 after the first quarter, but North Greenville went on an impressive 18-2 run in the second period to take a 53-59 lead into halftime. The Crusaders used the 3-point shot to build a 16-point advantage in the third quarter. NGU totaled 15 3-pointers on 33 attempts for the game.

Georgia State owned the boards, outrebounding NGU 54-28.

Georgia State's 16-point comeback is the second double-digit rally this season. The Panthers came back from down 21 to defeat VCU back on Nov. 24.

Next up for the Panthers is a home game against FAU on Friday, Dec. 15 in the GSU Sports Arena.