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Volleyball - Tue, Nov. 11, 2008

Frankfort, Ky. - Georgetown College had a big day on Tuesday, winning the Mid-South Conference Championship and moving up one more spot to No. 6 in the NAIA Coaches' Poll, marking the highest ranking to date for a Tiger team. The move should help poise Georgetown in a stronger spot in the seedings for the NAIA National Tournament.

Frankfort, Ky. - Georgetown College had a big day on Tuesday, winning the Mid-South Conference Championship and moving up one more spot to No. 6 in the NAIA Coaches' Poll, marking the highest ranking to date for a Tiger team. The move should help poise Georgetown in a stronger spot in the seedings for the NAIA National Tournament.

Georgetown took the MSC Tournament crown topping Lindsey Wilson College 3-0 (25-19, 25-17, 25-22)in the finals. The Tigers were led by kills by Erica Janszen with 11, Kristy Hock and Allie Bertke followed with seven each. Amy Barmore led in digs with 20.

The Tigers faced the University of the Cumberlands in the semi-final match earlier in the day and won 3-0 (25-14, 25-10, 25-18) to earn their way into the finals.

Seniors Jessy Hoeh and Jenna Gronotte and juniors Barmore and Janszen were honored as All-Conference selections. Junior Hock was named Honorable Mention, while Coach Jeff Hulsmeyer shares Coach of the Year with Campbellsville's Randy LeBleu. Academic All-Conference awards went to Bertke, Cassie Moore and Kyla Welch.

The Tigers are 33-6 on the year and anxiously await the NAIA tournament brackets to be released November 18. The national tournament will be held in Sioux City, Iowa December 2-6 with opening round matches held at various sites and to be played November 22. Georgetown should receive a bye in the opening round.

Click here for boxscore versus Cumberlands.

Click here for boxscore versus Lindsey Wilson.

 
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