Women's Basketball - Thu, Dec. 16, 2010
Four Tigers reached double figures as Georgetown College women's basketball team ended a five game losing skid Thursday at Davis-Reid Alumni Gym.
Georgetown (5-6, 1-2 Mid-South Conference) started rolling early and weathered a second half flurry of offense from Pikeville College's (8-3, 0-3) Whitney Compton to pick up the 94-73 victory at home.
Anderson County native Lindsay Fultz had a college career-high, leading the Tigers with 18 points, while Mikkah Rogers added 17, Jessica Waddle had 14 and Tates Creek standout Lizza Jonas had 12.
Compton scored 20 of her game-high 26 points in the second half with six of her seven threes in the final 20 minutes.
Both teams came into the game needing to pick up a conference win, and Georgetown opened its home conference slate with the win. The Tigers return to action 2 p.m. Saturday hosting new MSC foe University of Virginia College at Wise.