Baseball - Sat, Apr. 2, 2011
Georgetown College's baseball team entered a pitchers' duel this weekend at Campbellsville University and came up on the short end in all four games.
Friday the CU Tigers (21-11, 15-3 Mid-South Conference) notched 3-2 and 3-1 wins and followed that with 4-2 and 3-2 wins Saturday to sweep the GC Tigers (20-20, 10-10).
GC finds itself in a bit of a hole in the West Division, going just 1-7 against divisional opponents. Against East teams the Tigers are 9-3, including a sweep of University of Rio Grande and three of four from University of Virginia College at Wise - the top two teams on that side.
Jason McGinnis, scattered five hits in the opening game lose, while Chase Ballinger gave up just eight hits. K.C. Massie got the ball for the first game Saturday, allowing just five hits. Joe Devine gave up just five hits in his five innings of work in the final game. GC managed just 19 hits of its own in four games against Campbellsville.
Georgetown only led in the first half inning of the first game. CU tied it in the bottom half and never trailed in any of the other games.
GC returns to action Wednesday at Miami-Hamilton with important conference games next weekend against interdivisional St. Catharine College, which is also 10-10 in league play.