Georgetown News
Women's Basketball - Fri, Mar. 2, 2007

It certainly wasn't the outcome Campbellsville Head Coach Donna Wise had hoped for, as the 71-65 loss to Georgetown was her last.

Georgetown College 71
Campbellsville University 65

It certainly wasn't the outcome Campbellsville Head Coach Donna Wise had hoped for, as the 71-65 loss to Georgetown was her last.

After 32 years of coaching, Wise's retirement officially came as the horn sounded.

"While I am certainly excited to have the win, it is bittersweet to see Donna's career come to an end," said Georgetown Head Coach Susan Johnson, who is in her 28th season at Georgetown. "We have spent a lot of time coaching against each other and I will miss it."

Wise has had an outstanding career, as she is on a short list along side Denny Crum and Adolph Rupp of coaches that have won over 600 games in the state of Kentucky.

The first half was back and forth with both teams taking small leads. Campbellsville was up 27-24 at halftime after holding the Lady Tigers to just 26 percent shooting in the first half while shooting 39 percent.

But Georgetown came out in the second half and got a big shooting boost from junior Kim Ingle, who had 19 second half points and ended the game with 25. Freshman Jayme Gilbert added 15, 11 in the second half.

Campbellsville was led by Julija Ilic and Danijela Utvic who combined for 26 points, with 13 each.

Georgetown will face Lindsey Wilson College on Saturday at 6:00 p.m. in the Women's Mid-South Conference Semi-Finals. The Championship Game is scheduled for Sunday at 1:00 p.m.

 
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