Women's Soccer - Wed, Oct. 24, 2012
Georgetown College women's soccer team took a huge
Mid-South Conference win Wednesday against St. Catharine College. The Tigers
(8-5, 6-3 MSC) handed the Patriots (10-5-2, 5-4) a 1-0 loss and moved into
fourth place in the league standings.
After almost a stalemate the entire first half, Bea
Cameron capitalized off a solid header from Caitlin Williams. The senior put
the header on frame and forced Maggie Grieser to block the ball down for the
save. Cameron was there to pick up the rebound and push a shot through the
keepers legs for all the offense the Tigers needed on senior night.
GC honored Williams, Alex Harbowy, Anna Ayers, Alessandra
Jansen and Megan Melanson in their final home game of the regular season, but
the win hopefully secures a hosting situation for the team in postseason. As it
stands, Georgetown would host St. Catharine back at Toyota Stadium on iHigh
Field the first round of the conference tournament.
The Tigers make a trip this weekend to Bryan College
before finishing the season at Cedarville on Oct. 30.