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Dance - Tue, Aug. 15, 2017 at 2:25 PM

Tiger Dancers will host a tryout for the 2017-18 team 6-8 pm Aug. 20 in the George H. W. Bush Rec Center. All interested in participating need to contact coach Angela Earwood, [email protected], to reserve a spot and/or ask questions.

Dancers will learn a short routine and fight song at tryouts. Demonstrations of the following skills will be required: toe touch, double pirouette, leap (regular and straddle) and splits (right, left and center. Dancers will also have the opportunity to showcase extra skills such as fouette turns, triple pirouette, turning jumps/leaps, acrobatic and gymnastic skills, heel stretch, hip-hop skills, etc.

 
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Dance - Thu, Aug. 10, 2017

Georgetown College classes are just around the corner as students begin to return for the fall semester. Along with the new year comes a fresh, yet familiar, face to the Tiger Dance program. Angela Earwood, former Director of Student Activities in Student Life, and also a former Tiger dancer herself, has taken the reigns as head coach.

Earwood is a highly trained dancer and certified Jazzercise instructor ready to guide the Tiger dancers in the next era of performances at GC football and basketball games.

As she gets set for her new position, she is also scheduling a tryout for any Georgetown student interested in the team. If you are interested, please email coach here.

Keep watching GCAthletics twitter as well as the athletic website for more information on this.

 
Tiger seniors enjoyed time with middle-schoolers at the Ed Davis Learning Center.
Tiger seniors enjoyed time with middle-schoolers at the Ed Davis Learning Center.
Football - Mon, Aug. 7, 2017

Tigers begin retreat at Ed Davis Learning Center

Georgetown College football always starts preseason camp with a senior retreat. Monday morning the Tigers returned and started with a community outreach by talking with mostly middle-school age boys at Ed Davis Learning Center. The seniors covered topics of staying focused in the classroom, being positive no matter the situation, making the right decisions, standing up for others and giving it their all in whatever they choose to do.

GC players shared that classes do not always come easy, but grades to stay eligible and earning knowledge no one can every take away are helpful to stay focused and really try in school. They talked about circumstances around them might not always be fair or one they created, but they must stay positive and make good choices on the outcomes they can control.

 
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Women's Golf - Thu, Aug. 3, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf coach Marlene Schulte continues to tweak the program she loves to best build a solid contender. Along with the signings of two freshmen, the second-year coach is rounding out her staff with the addition of assistant coach Katie White – a former standout at Campbellsville University.

"I think Katie is a huge addition to our program," Schulte said. "Her knowledge and success while playing in the Mid-South Conference will help us recruit and develop our players to experience success within our conference. Katie also possess a strong academic resume, which falls in line with the high standards of academia at Georgetown. There couldn't be a better addition to our staff."

 
Tiger golfers had fun with campers at the recent golf camp.
Tiger golfers had fun with campers at the recent golf camp.
Women's Golf - Wed, Jul. 26, 2017

Nearly a dozen six through 13-year-olds recently got bitten by the golf bug through the assistance of Georgetown College women's golf team. The ladies hosted a four day camp at Cherry Blossom Golf Course in Georgetown to teach proper swing techniques and provide on-course instruction all while having fun.

The campers – both boys and girls – were exposed to many new drills through fun games. These included putting through an obstacle course and trying to hit balls into a giant inflatable "golfzilla."

The highlight of the week was golfzilla, which had target spots the campers tried to hit balls into.

 
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