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Volleyball - Thu, Oct. 30, 2014 at 8:40 PM

The bittersweet must come every year, but sending the seniors out in style is also becoming a tradition. Georgetown College volleyball tallied a straight set win over Cumberland University on the final regular season match in Davis-Reid Alumni Gym for Allyson Wilbourn, Caraline Maher, Stephanie Gurren, Mariah Tesarz and Ashley Booth. The No. 16 Tigers (24-10, 11-2) won 25-12, 25-19, 25-15 over the Bulldogs (12-17, 1-11).

All-American's Wilbourn and Maher eerily hit the same percentage .538, while tallying eight and nine kills respectively. Gurren had nine of the 30 assists and added three aces. Tesarz had 10 digs and one assist.

 
Men's Soccer - Wed, Oct. 29, 2014 at 10:10 PM

Oakland City University took an early crack on goal Wednesday against Georgetown College men's soccer. The Mighty Oaks made it count. In the seventh minute, Conor Felstead netted a goal and OCU took the 1-0 win over the Tigers (5-11).

GC got nine shots on goal, four on frame, but could never come up with the equalizer. Tyler Hafer came up with seven saves to keep the game close and Oakland at bay for the final 83 minutes.

Georgetown returns to action Saturday at University of Pikeville.

 
Men's Basketball - Wed, Oct. 29, 2014 at 10:05 PM

Five double-figure scorers, three double-digit rebounds and two double-doubles not a bad stat line for just game two for Georgetown College men's basketball.

The No. 8 Tigers (2-0) started on a 12-0 run and never let up against visiting Ohio State-Newark. The Titans briefly got the game back to single digits with a 5-0 run of their own, but Georgetown put a halt to that in a stream roll win 131-60.

Georgetown snagged 75 rebounds – second most in school history for a single-game and most in a game since 2007. The Titans shoot a chilly 26 percent from the field, while the Tigers blistered the nets at 52.3 percent.

 
Volleyball - Tue, Oct. 28, 2014 at 9:20 PM

Matches such as Tuesday's are lessons to take beyond the court. As Georgetown College volleyball battled Mid-South Conference rival Lindsey Wilson College both teams honored the strength and courage of numerous women in a different fight. It was Block Out Cancer and everyone was decked out in pink to support the survivors and those still taking on cancer.

No. 10 Blue Raiders (27-2, 11-0 MSC) took the win on the court 25-15, 25-20, 25-22. The No. 16 Tigers (23-10, 10-2) showed a lot of heart in the final two sets, rallying multiple times to put themselves in position to extend the match.

 
Men's Basketball - Mon, Oct. 27, 2014

Georgetown College men's basketball opened the season Monday night. At times it was not the prettiest, but in the end the Tigers (1-0) put it together for a 90-72 win. Miami University Middletown made a run in the first nine minutes of the second half to pull within one. Then Noah Cottrill and Deondre McWhorter fueled Georgetown's 29-12 run to finish the game.

The junior tandem scored 24 of the final points. Cottrill finished with a game-tying high 24 points and Gerard Coleman made his GC debut with 23 points. The senior did most of his scoring in the first 20 minutes with 17 at the break.

 
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