Humphrey's effort matched the longest such string of double-doubles in her career. She also had five midway through the 2005-06 season when she was a Kodak All-American and finalist for the State Farm/Wade Trophy.
Georgia controlled the game early, building a six-point lead and holding an advantage until Hemingway scored with 3:21 left in the half to knot the score at 20-20. The Yellow Jackets continued their surge and built a 31-22 lead with 1:01 remaining in the period.
Tech's three-quarter court press forced the Lady Bulldogs into 11 first-half turnovers which resulted in 16 points.
Georgia quickly tied the game at 35-35 early in the second half before the Jackets pushed their lead back to seven. The Lady Bulldogs finally took the lead on a layup by Humphrey that made it 53-52.
"I think that this team really showed tremendous courage," head coach Andy Landers said. "Tech would be ahead by six or seven and we would come back and make it an even game. Then they would get another lead, but we would come right back. I don't think there was any point in this game that we really felt like we were in trouble."
The game was tied at 59-59 with 1:55 remaining before Georgia outscored Tech 12-5 the rest of the way. The Lady Bulldogs connected on 10-of-10 free throws during the decisive stretch, including Houts' eight.
Georgia will enjoy a week away from competition before hosting Davidson next Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Stegeman Coliseum.