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Women's roundup: NCCU wins on Senior Night, Tar Heels fall

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N.C. Central has hit the double-digit win mark for the second straight women's basketball season.

Joanna Miller (pictured) poured in 27 points, leading three Eagles in double figures in a 74-66 win over Longwood at McDougald-McLendon Gym.

The news wasn't so good for reeling UNC, as the Tar Heels fell 64-57 to No. 22 Georgia Tech on the road and lost any chance for a bye in the first round of the ACC Tournament.

Blaire Houston added 18 points for NCCU (10-16), while Latoya Bennett chipped in 16 in her final home game as an Eagle.

Brittani Billups led Longwood (8-19) with 16 points while Chelsea Coward added 14.

Georgia Tech 64, UNC 57

Alex Montgomery had 20 points and a career-high 15 rebounds to lead Georgia Tech (22-7, 8-5 ACC) to the win over the Tar Heels and a split of the two-game season series. Brigitte Ardossi added 18 points for the Yellow Jackets, who clinched a bye in the first round of the ACC Tournament.

Cetera DeGraffenreid had 25 points to lead UNC (5-7, 7-19), but was the only Tar Heel in double figures.

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