Gastate 27 36 63
Wmmary 38 37 75
Date of game: 2/18/2013

Recap: William & Mary vs. Georgia State

Williamsburg, VA (Sports Network) - All five starters for the William & Mary Tribe scored in double figures, paced by 20 points from Brandon Britt, as they dismissed the Georgia State Panthers, 75-63, in a Colonial Athletic Association clash at Kaplan Arena.

Britt shot 7-of-11 from the field, including 6-of-8 from 3-point range for William & Mary (12-14, 6-9 CAA), which has won three straight games. Matt Rum netted 16 points, Tim Rusthoven had 11 points, Kyle Gaillard recorded 10 points and nine rebounds, and Marcus Thornton also scored 10 points for the home team.

For GSU (14-15, 9-7), R.J. Hunter led the way with 15 points, while Manny Atkins logged 11 points and nine boards. Rashaad Richardson chipped in 10 points for the Panthers, who had won their previous two tilts.

William & Mary shot a lofty 62.5 percent from the field in the first half, while GSU made less than 40 percent of its field goal attempts, as the Tribe went into intermission with a 38-27 lead.

The Tribe's impressive shooting from the field continued after the break (.524) as their advantage never dipped below four.

William & Mary shot 12-of-18 from 3-point range, while GSU was only 6-of-24 from beyond the arc.

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