Georgetown News
Women's Basketball - Sat, Feb. 19, 2011

Georgetown College women's basketball was hoping to play spoiler on Lindsey Wilson's Senior Day, but Viktoria Krell finished with a game-high 23 points in her last home game at Biggers Sports Center.

Four other Blue Raiders (21-6, 12-4 Mid-South Conference) notched double digits in a 84-72 win Saturday in Columbia.

Kourtney Tyra led the charge for Georgetown with 22 points, while Mikkah Rogers chipped in 15. The Tigers (10-17, 6-10) blistered the nets from outside, hitting 12-of-22 three pointers, but struggled inside the line to just 25-of-63 for 39.7 percent.

Along with Krell, Ashley Rainey had 21 points, Tiffany Williams 11 points and Bethany Spellman and Diondra Anthony chipped in with 10 each.

GC remains in the hunt for a possible sixth seed in the tournament. It would need to win out and have Pikeville lose its only remaining game next Saturday against University of Virginia College at Wise. If all that happens, both teams will have identical 8-10 league records and go to tie-breakers to determine which team has to host a play-in game.

The Tigers are currently tied for seventh place with St. Catharine, also 6-10 in the conference following a 120-64 loss to Campbellsville University Saturday.

 
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