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Same score, same result and Georgetown College women's soccer advances on to the Mid-South Conference semifinals this coming week in Columbia, Ky. The Tigers (10-6) beat St. Catharine College (11-6-2) 1-0 Saturday amid lightning delays and heavy rain. Georgetown handed the Patriots the same defeat Oct. 24 on Senior Night to clinch home field advantage in the opening round of postseason play.
"We knew it was huge for all kinds of reasons to win more than a week ago when they came here," said Tiger coach Leah Crews Castleman. "To be at home for that first round and play in front of your crowd is very important."
GC did not leave the game in question very long as Sam Amend finished a beautiful cross from Sarah Hencke. The ball came from the left wing, past two SCC defenders, to Amend's feet. She controlled the ball and immediately shot for the lower right hand corner.
The rest of the game was stalemate, but the damage was done and the Tigers advance for the fourth year in a row to the conference semifinals. They will face Lindsey Wilson College-University or Rio Grande winner in the 1 pm game Wednesday.