The Lady Jaguars turned in another dismal offensive performance and fell to UNC Pembroke, 57-47, at Christenberry Fieldhouse.
Augusta State (1-15, 0-7 Peach Belt Conference) extended its losing streak to 12 games. The Jaguars, 0-10 at home this season, posted their third-lowest scoring output of the season.
For the fifth game in a row, Augusta State failed to shoot better than 40 percent. The Lady Jaguars shot 17 for 56 from the field (30 percent), including a 2 for 20 effort from 3-point range.
"I don't know if we took a bad shot," Bryant said. "From an execution standpoint, the girls are doing what I want to do offensively and defensively."
Augusta State played without starting point guard Eboni Davis (disciplinary reasons), forward Stacey Lampkin (knee) and forward Jenny Nixon (held out following a car accident).
Davis and Lampkin are second and third on the team, respectively, in scoring, averaging almost 17 points a game.
Even without the three players, Augusta State committed its fewest turnovers (17) in eight games and was even with UNC Pembroke in rebounding.
Waneta Carlisle posted a team-high 16 points and seven boards for Augusta State. Briyana Evans posted 11 points and nine rebounds.
UNC Pembroke (9-8, 3-5 Peach Belt) shot 45 percent from the field and swished seven 3-pointers. JaToya Kemp recorded a game-high 18 points for the Lady Braves and had nine rebounds.