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Women's Lacrosse - Fri, Feb. 24, 2017 at 9:10 PM

Lawrence Technological University started strong – scoring eight unanswered goals in 15-plus minutes Friday against Georgetown College women's lacrosse. It was a tough road from there for the No. 3 Tigers (1-2) in Michigan. GC scored two goals in the first half and trailed by 11 at the break. The came out stronger in the second half, but fell 19-8 on the road.

Merrisa Heraldson led with four goals on seven shots. Avery Blackmon added two goals and an assists. Amber Hunley had a goal as did Beth Haynes.

 
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Baseball - Fri, Feb. 24, 2017 at 8:55 PM

Georgetown College baseball's nemesis Friday afternoon was a pair of Marygrove College hitters. Juan Ventura and Raliegh Wilson caused a lot of offensive strife, but the Tigers (9-4) worked out of jams and found enough offense for 4-3 and 5-4 wins over the Mustangs (4-10).

The duo had back-to-back singles in the second inning of game one that led to a 2-0 visitor advantage and as GC went through the line-up it appeared that mark would stand.

However, in the bottom of the fourth the Tigers used one hit and some defensive miscues to tie the game. Then Sean Williams, who swung a big bat all day, connected on a two-run homerun that was just enough of a lead in the bottom of the sixth.

 
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Men's Basketball - Thu, Feb. 23, 2017 at 10:40 PM

Georgetown College men's basketball stops a skid with a huge road win in the Mid-South Conference Thursday. The No. 6 Tigers (22-5, 9-4) had dropped four in a row in MSC and were trailing 13 early against Cumberland University, which was coming off a win over No. 9 University of the Cumberlands.

However, GC perked up with a shot of Chris Coffey, nearly erasing the deficit in the first half and then rolling in the second. The sophomore rattled the rim for a tie early in the final 20 minutes and then hit several jump shots to help put Georgetown on the way to a 79-67 win.

 
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Women's Basketball - Thu, Feb. 23, 2017 at 9:15 PM

Georgetown College turned a one-point halftime deficit into a huge Mid-South Conference road win that places the team in a three-way tie for fifth. The Tigers went to Lebanon, Tenn. and used a zone with great third quarter shooting for a 69-56 win over No. 19 Cumberland University.

"I'm proud of our 34 points off the bench," said GC coach Andrea McCloskey. "Emilie (Ziese) was battling foul trouble all night and we got great minutes and production out of Justus (Martin)."

Shelby Beam led the Tigers (8-18, 4-9) with 16 of those 34 points and Martin chipped in with 11. Kaci Currens scored 11 points to lead the starters.

 
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Men's Tennis - Wed, Feb. 22, 2017 at 8:50 PM

Georgetown College men's tennis leveled its spring record at .500 with a big neutral site win over Bethel University. The Tigers swept the doubles and then battled fiercely in the one and two single seeds for the five necessary points.

Cole McCreary handled the third singles match with Byran Melbourne in straight sets, 6-4, 6-0. Kaushik Kailash handed Austin Daniel a 6-2, 6-2 setback. Everyone else needed a tiebreaker set.

Ryo Takeda narrowly won set one, 7-5, when Edwyn Rames took control of the match. He won set two 6-2 and held momentum headed to the tiebreak. Takeda righted himself though and won the top singles.

 
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