Davis and Rogers both recorded double-doubles in the victory
Yellow Jackets swept Demon Deacons in 2013 regular season
Tyaunna Marshall leads Georgia Tech with 18 points
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Women's basketball dominates Clemson in home finale
2012-13: Played in 29 games and started 12... Averaged 3.6 points and 5.6 rebounds per game... Her 5.6 rebounds per game was second on the Tech roster... Her 162 rebounds are the eighth most by a Tech freshman all-time... Averaged 7.0 rebounds per game in ACC play, which was the most by a conference freshman... Recorded her first career double-double against Wake Forest (1/31) with 13 points and 10 rebounds... Had two games with double digit points: 11 at FIU (12/30) and 13 vs. Wake Forest (1/31)... Had six games with double digit rebounds, including five straight to end the regular season... Made huge impact off the bench in win at FIU... Scored 11 points, including Tech's first seven of the second half... Had nine boards in just 15 minutes against Kennesaw State (11/13)... Made her first career start against No. 10/10 Maryland (1/20)... Had career-high 16 rebounds at NC State (2/17).
Prep: Played two years of high school basketball at Xavier College Prep in Phoenix, Ariz., and one year at Myers Park in Charlotte, N.C... Was captain her senior year at Myers Park and led team to a 31-1 record... Named 2012 Southwestern 4A Player of the Year by the Charlotte Observer... Selected to Southwestern 4A First Team by the Charlotte Observer and Prep Insiders... Selected to 2012 First Team All-State by North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association... Named 2012 NCBCA District 9 Player of the Year and First Team All-District... Also played a year of volleyball at Xavier College Prep and was on the track team for two years...
Personal: Born Dec. 1, 1993 in Denver, Colo... Parents are Tisa Rogers and Rodney Rogers... Is left handed... Father Rodney played basketball at Wake Forest from 1990-93 and in the NBA for 10 years... Has two younger siblings: Rydeiah and Tripple... Chose Georgia Tech because she loved the location, it had the best academics and she wanted to improve her basketball skills.