Georgia State University is celebrating its 100th year anniversary during 2013. There will be many events throughout the year celebrating the event, including Centennial Game which took place on Jan. 12th as the men's basketball team hosted Delaware.
Each day throughout the rest of basketball season, GeorgiaStateSports.com will look back on a defining or historic moment in Panther basketball history.
Jan. 18, 2007 – If it was easy, it would have been done before? The women's basketball posted back-to-back CAA road wins for the first time in school history, but it took two overtimes at Wilmington, N.C. to do so. Trailing by 3 with two minutes to play in regulation, host UNCW tied the game to force overtime and then missed a game-winning three at the buzzer. In the first OT, GSU's Kelcey Roegiers-Jensen made two free throws with 15 seconds to again give GSU a three-point lead. But, UNCW made a three with nine seconds to tie and forced a second OT. In the second OT, GSU got a steal and lay-up by Brittany Hollins to go up three with 1:48. After a free throw cut it to 78-76, UNCW missed at the buzzer with a tying basket and GSU had those elusive back-to-back road wins. Kelcey Roegiers-Jensen tied a career-high with 30 points, making 4-of-6 three-point baskets. The game included 12 lead changes and 10 ties as GSU improved to 11-6 and 3-3 in the CAA.