The Green Bay Phoenix men’s basketball team capped off a three-game road trip to start the season with their third straight loss, falling to Georgia Tech 107-77 in Atlanta on Thursday night.
The Phoenix, who fell to 0-3, allowed 100 or more points for the second straight game.
The Yellow Jackets opened up a 20-7 lead, hitting their first eight shots from the field. Georgia Tech took a 56-30 lead into the halftime break and led by as many as 37 points in the second half.
The last time Green Bay lost three straight games to start the season since 2000-01.
Charles Cooper led the scoring efforts for Green Bay, finishing with a team-high 14 points. The team’s leading scorer entering the game, Carrington Love, recorded a season-low seven points.
Green Bay returns to the Resch Center for their home opener on Sunday against Minnesota-Duluth at noon.