This Day in Georgia History
March 30, 1996
Lady Dawgs Advanced to Championship Game
In Charlotte, N.C. All-American basketball player Saudia Roundtree scored 26 points and put on a stellar performance as the University of Georgia Lady Bulldogs beat Stanford 86-76 in an NCAA women’s Final Four semifinal game. Unfortunately, the next night, the Lady Dogs would lose to the Lady Vols of the University of Tennessee for the NCAA national championship. After the University of Georgia, Roundtree was an assistant coach and interim head coach at Morris Brown College. She was head coach at North Carolina A&T for three seasons. She then served as an assistant coach at the University of Alabama before accepting the position of assistant coach at Central Florida in 2006. Roundtree served as assistant coach at Clemson University, and most recently she accepted the job as assistant coach at North Texas.