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Softball - Thu, Apr. 17, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Lindsey Wilson College softball, ranked No. 8 in the nation, need three home runs to hand Georgetown College, which is receiving votes, a pair of losses Thursday in Georgetown. The Blue Raiders rallied for a 4-2 win then used two, two-run shots for a 4-1 win.

LWC trailed much of game one following a solo home run by Cassidy Taylor. The junior led off the third and drove the first pitch over the center field fix at the Tiger Softball Complex. It appeared all the home team needed for pitcher Kayla Williams.

Georgetown even added an insurance run in the sixth when Chelsea Riney reached on a dropped fly ball. The senior advanced on a sacrifice bunt and stole third, setting up the RBI single by Shelby Engle. The Tigers took the 2-0 lead into the final inning. LWC doubled the offensive output when the team was down to the final three outs. The Blue Raiders had six hits and scored four runs to pull off the comeback win.

 
Men's Basketball - Wed, Apr. 16, 2014 at 11:20 AM

Georgetown College men's basketball team will be hosting its annual team camp from June 11-14. The camp has six divisions – Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Junior Varsity, Varsity B and Varsity A.

Registration is around lunch time on June 11 with games beginning at 2 pm. Each team will play two games that day and four games each on June 12-13. A single elimination tournament will begin the morning of the 14th with the games being completed around noon or 1 pm.

Davis-Reid Alumni Gym, George H. W. Bush Rec Center, numerous elementary, middle and high school gyms in the Scott County School System will serve as the location of all games throughout the four-day camp. Transportation to and from games will be provided by the campus shuttle bus.

 
Track & Field - Sun, Apr. 13, 2014

Georgetown College men's and women's track and field got back to competition Friday and Saturday against several Mid-South Conference foes after spending this past weekend challenging a large group of NCAA Division I and II opponents.

"We need tests like that and the meet at Bellarmine or Louisville always gives us those opportunities," said GC coach Todd McDaniel. "Our athletes know that every event is more about testing themselves and challenging themselves than where they place. If we keep improving, when placement counts we will be where we need to be."

Overall the women finished seventh, but only host University of the Cumberlands finished higher out of all the MSC schools. Georgetown scored 48.5, while the Patriots 54.5 put them in sixth. Lindsey Wilson College took 10th and Campbellsville University was 11th.

On the men's side, the Tigers finished 11th with 32 points, beating St. Catharine College, Lindsey Wilson and University of Pikeville. Cumberlands finished second on its own track and Campbellsville just edged GC for 10th with 34 points.

 
Baseball - Sat, Apr. 12, 2014

Georgetown College baseball rebounded from a tough week by sweeping yet another Mid-South Conference series. The Tigers (31-6, 17-3) dropped two games during the week, but got down to business in three wins over the University of the Cumberlands (24-17, 6-13).

Trey Gross' single scored Vinny Sherman, courtesy running for Armando Lomeli, in the top of the fifth for all GC needed in game one Saturday, second of the series. The Tigers added three insurances runs for the 4-0 win. Georgetown scored first in game two and finished with a 3-1 win.

Rick Reyes' ground out scored Martin Lemus in the top of the fourth for a 2-0 cushion in game two. Gross had another RBI single for the bonus run. UC responded in the bottom half of that inning for its lone score of the day. Jared Martin scored an unearned run when a wild throw brought him all the way from first to home with two outs.

 
Tennis - Sat, Apr. 12, 2014

It was a day for seniors to shine in tennis. Georgetown College men's and women's teams were hosting Cumberland University with a lot at stake.

On the women's side, both teams are receiving votes and are looking to better themselves for postseason seeding. On the men's side, GC has had some rough breaks and was looking to challenge the No. 7 team in the nation. In the end it was the Tiger women taking the 5-4 victory and the men dropping 7-2.

"It was a great day," said Tiger coach Jessica Cunningham. "Our women showed a lot of heart and our men proved to be who we knew they could be all along."

 
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