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Volleyball - Mon, Sep. 15, 2014 at 4:10 PM

Caraline Maher picks up her first Mid-South Conference Player of the Week honor for the 2014 season. The senior hitter recorded two matches of above .500 hitting percentage, including blistering the floor with a .769 average against University of Pikeville.

This is the sixth weekly honor of her career. She received the weekly award once in 2011 and 2012, and three times this past season.

 
Football - Mon, Sep. 15, 2014 at 4:05 PM

Georgetown College football went from No. 12 in the preseason poll to No. 8 Monday afternoon as released by the NAIA. The Tigers (1-0) started the season Saturday with an impressive 63-7 manhandling of Bethel University.

 
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Men's Basketball - Mon, Sep. 15, 2014 at 2:10 PM

National title, Most Valuable Player, Georgetown College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2008 and Monday the NAIA released the newest member of the 2014 Hall of Fame Class. Those are the accolades that surround Anderson County native Will Carlton, but to talk to him you would never know it.

"What an exciting day for Will and Georgetown College," said GC Director of Athletics Brian Evans. "Will is probably the last person to speak up of his accomplishments, but what he did in his time here and what he has gone on to do becoming assistant principal in Mercer County is just a testament of who he is. Tiger Nation could not be prouder than at this moment for Will."

The humble post player finished seventh on the all-time Georgetown 1,000 point club list. His 2,197 points has him behind six players who wore the Orange & Black for four seasons. Had Carlton done the same and averaged his output for the three seasons, he would have finished third all-time in scoring.

 
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Women's Basketball - Mon, Sep. 15, 2014 at 11:55 AM
Georgetown College women's basketball rounded out its signing class with a point guard from Haslet, Texas. Tralyn Woodard is a 5-foot-6 guard whose speed has also earned her a spot as a sprinter on GC's track and field team.
 
"Tralyn's quickness and speed will be a great addition for our offense and defense," said Tiger women's basketball coach Andrea McCloskey. "She also is very capable of scoring from all areas on the floor."
 
Neal Pawsat and Demonte Smith celebrate an early touchdown Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Neal Pawsat and Demonte Smith celebrate an early touchdown Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Football - Sat, Sep. 13, 2014 at 6:00 PM

If there were any concerns about the offensive line for Georgetown College, Saturday's 63-7 win over Bethel University should have helped to ease some minds. The No. 12 Tigers (1-0) had no trouble moving the ball against the Wildcats.

GC rolled up 492 yards on 73 plays and had the game well in hand just more than four minutes into action. They took the opening kickoff 80 yards on five plays in 2:35 seconds for a two-yard rush from Kyle Longworth. On the ensuing kickoff, the Wildcats (0-3) missed the ball and Georgetown recovered on BU's 10-yard line. Three plays later it was Demonte Smith for the first of his two rushing touchdowns and a 14-0 lead.

"Neal (Pawsat) played a great game. Demonte played a great game," said GC coach Bill Cronin. "The offensive line proved a lot today. It was a good first game and great to get back on the field for live action."

 
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