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Women's Lacrosse - Wed, Mar. 29, 2017 at 9:20 PM

Avery Blackmon helped Georgetown College women's lacrosse wrestle control in more ways than one Wednesday at University of the Cumberlands. The sophomore scored the tying goal and assisted on the go-ahead goal as the No. 5 Tigers (5-4) held on at the end of a 19-15 road win. She also set a new program in-game record with 20 draw controls, the previous high was Blackmon's 13 a season ago against Ave Maria University.

"Avery had a great game," said GC coach Brandon Davis. "To go with her record setting draw controls, which really helps us control the tempo and play our game, she also had six goals and four assists.

"She played on a mission today."

 
Cassidy Janes steals third Wednesday. Photo by Richard Davis
Cassidy Janes steals third Wednesday. Photo by Richard Davis
Softball - Wed, Mar. 29, 2017 at 8:55 PM

Speed is the name of the game and Georgetown College softball has plenty of it. As the Tigers struggled early in game one against Mid-South Conference foe University of the Cumberlands, it was small ball and stolen bases that helped to get the team going. In two games, GC (20-8, 3-3) stole 16 bases, putting them in position for 10-2 and 10-4 wins over the Patriots (13-19, 5-7).

Georgetown trailed 2-1 going into the fifth and had managed just four hits in the game thus far. Cassidy Janes led off with a single, stole second it and it was all she wrote. The Tigers had five hits, three stolen bases as they scored four runs to grab the lead for good. GC added five hits and five more runs for the mercy-rule win.

 
Rodnee Little's third triple of the season helped GC rally from 3-0 deficit. Photo by Richard Davis
Rodnee Little's third triple of the season helped GC rally from 3-0 deficit. Photo by Richard Davis
Baseball - Tue, Mar. 28, 2017 at 9:05 PM

Rodnee Little's lead-off triple in the bottom of the second inning helped to spark Georgetown College baseball to a 14-5 win over Union College Tuesday at Robert N. Wilson Field. The Tigers (21-9) got behind early, but a six-run, six-hit second inning was all they needed. GC batted around plus one, giving Little two at-bats in the inning.

Following his triple off the fence in center, Little scored on a pass ball. A pair of singles from Ryan Viramontes and Kendall King proved to set up the tying runs when Bruce Valentin's errant throw to first went into shallow right field.

Brandon Benson's fabulous hitting streak continued as he plated the go-ahead run. He then scored the winning run off Sam Medina's sacrifice fly.

 
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Women's Basketball - Fri, Mar. 24, 2017

Georgetown College women's basketball continues a trend of All-Americans as senior Emilie Ziese earned NAIA All-American honorable mention Thursday evening as announced by the league office.

Ziese scored 720 points and grabbed 647 rebounds. She finishes 14th all-time in total rebounds as only the second player in the Top 20 with fewer than 100 games played. The Rensselaer, Ind. native played 88 games for a 7.4 rebounds per game average. She also finished with 284 field goals on 562 attempts for a program eighth best of 50.5 percent from the field.

 
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Men's Basketball - Fri, Mar. 24, 2017

Georgetown College men's basketball makes it six straight years with at least one player named to the final NAIA All-American list. The league office announced Thursday evening that Troy Steward and Quan Poindexter earned honorable mention for the 2016-17 season.

Steward led the team in scoring with 16.5 points per game. He has 867 points through two seasons and 68 games for a 12.8 average thus far. He finished the season ranked 24th nationally in total scoring (529), 36th in total three-point fields made (72), 38th in points per game (16.5) and 47th in three-point field goals made per game (2.3).

 
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