In the first-ever meeting between the two programs, Georgia Tech dominated defensively, forcing 23 turnovers in route to a 70-55 victory over George Washington.
Elizabeth Balogun led the way for the Yellow Jackets (4-1), pouring in 19 points, and compiling three rebounds, four assists and four steals. Before fouling out, Elizabeth Dixon recorded a stat in every positive category, grabbing 12 points, seven rebounds, one steal and one block. Francesca Pan (12 points) also ended in double figures for head coach Machelle Joseph.
The Colonials (1-4) led by four, 15-11, after the first quarter but a 13-0 run between the second and third frames vaulted the Yellow Jackets into a double-digit lead. Georgia Tech also outscored George Washington 44-12 in the paint.
Mei-Lynn Bautista provided a bright spot for the Colonials, scoring a team-high 18 points, grabbing six rebounds and securing three steals.
George Washington will take on NC State on Friday at 4 p.m. ET, while Georgia Tech will face Idaho State at 6:30 p.m.