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Alex Harbowy scored a goal earlier this season against Campbellsville, and her goal Wednesday helped GC back to the finals.
Alex Harbowy scored a goal earlier this season against Campbellsville, and her goal Wednesday helped GC back to the finals.
Women's Soccer - Thu, Nov. 10, 2011

Georgetown College women's soccer advances to the Mid-South Conference tournament finals for the third year. Alex Harbowy continued her prolific scoring in the postseason, netting a goal early for the Tigers (13-5-2) in a 2-0 victory over Campbellsville University (13-8).

The junior scored a hat trick in the semifinals a season ago. Her goal in the 15th minute Wednesday was all Georgetown needed, but Christina Thompson added an insurance goal late in the second half. The sophomore finished off an assist from freshman Bea Cameron.

The Tigers now face perennial power Lindsey Wilson College. The No. 1 Blue Raiders were 7-0 victor over University of the Cumberlands in the early semifinal Wednesday.

Earlier in the day, Georgetown received the most postseason accolades ever with six MSC First-Team honorees - Harbowy, Anna Ayers, Alessandra Jansen, Rebecca Dietrich, Haley Stegner and goalie Cathie Shaver.

Kaitlyn Osborn and Caitlin Williams earned honorable mention honors, giving Georgetown eight of the 35 members on the two teams. LWC was the only team with more with 11.

The Tigers also proved once again it is about being student-athletes as eight earned MSC All-Academic honors - Liz Yoder, Williams, Thompson, Shaver, Madison Nation, Megan Melanson, Lauren Brooks and Emily Steck.

"It was a good day today, but we are not finished," Castleman said. "We've been in this position the past several years. Each year I believe in my players and know we can win in the finals.

"This is what we prepare for every year, and I'm not talking about starting in August when the players return from summer break, but every January."

 
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