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NO QUIT IN CARTER: State junior guard helps team with a high motor

March 23, 2014

Mississippi State junior guard Savannah Carter (51) takes a shot against Tulane last Thursday. (Photo by Lee Adams)

Savannah Carter has experienced success at each level of her basketball career.
After helping her Tulsa (Oklahoma) Memorial High School team to the state tournament for four seasons, Carter was a part of a NJCAA Division I national championship at Trinity Valley Community College.
Carter was signed by the women's coaching staff at Mississippi State to bring some of that winning to Starkville.
It has worked as Carter has been a big part of getting the Bulldogs back to postseason play.
Carter and MSU take on Southern Mississippi tonight in the second round of the Women's National Invitational Tournament. The tip at Humphrey Coliseum is set for 7 p.m.
The Bulldogs have gone from having a 13-17 record in 2012-13 to 20-13 this season and coach Vic Schaefer points to a solid junior class, including Carter, for being the anchors of putting that together.

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