Georgia Highlands‘ guard Gabby Kendall scored a team-high 23 points to help lead the Lady Chargers to a road win in Americus.
Shakierya McClendon added 11 points for the Lady Chargers, who built a 34-22 lead at the half.
GHC will travel to Decatur, Ala., this weekend to play in the GPC tournament. The event opens on Friday.
South Georgia Tech 92, GHC 73
Despite 23 points from Femi Ojuolape, the Chargers were saddled with a road loss.
Former Armuchee standout Matt Catanzano added 13 for GHC, which trailed 42-30 at the half.
The Chargers trimmed the deficit to three points in the second half but South Georgia pulled away for the win.
The Chargers return to action on Monday, hosting East Mississippi Community College at 7 p.m.