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Lauren Bruun-Bryant scored four goals, three in the second half, for the Tigers. Photo by Richard Davis
Lauren Bruun-Bryant scored four goals, three in the second half, for the Tigers. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Lacrosse - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015 at 10:05 PM

The NWLL West Region Tournament finals might not have ended the way the No. 3 Georgetown College Tigers (10-3) planned, but it also might be the spark needed heading into next week's national tournament.

GC battled defending national champions Robert Morris University all day, coming back several times and taking a late lead. Unfortunately, the Eagles (11-4) had the final rally with two goals inside the final minute for a 12-11 win.

"That was a hard fought game right there," said Tiger coach Brandon Davis. "I was proud of their heart and hopefully we use this to learn. This doesn't end our season. We keep working and churning toward the next goal we have."

Georgetown has struggled this season when teams slow the pace down, however, Saturday the team responded well to RMU's attempt to control tempo.

 
Softball - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015 at 9:45 PM

Georgetown College softball was on a hitting on streak, but facing No. 8 Campbellsville struggled to find any offense. Day two against the Mid-South Conference foe, GC managed just nine total hits in two games and stranded 11 runners. Campbellsville finished the season sweep with 10-0 and 7-2 wins Saturday.

Three home runs did a lot of the damage in game one. In the bottom of the first, it was back-to-back solo shots to put the home team up for good. Then in the bottom of the fourth, Markie Smith hit a grand slam to break the game open.

Kayla Williams went three innings and Jessica Claxton worked in relief for one.

 
Softball - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015 at 9:35 PM

Georgetown College softball ran into an offensive onslaught Friday against No. 8 Campbellsville University. Game one, CU hit a grand slam and a three-run home run in a 9-3 victory. The Tigers (14-12, 11-9) buckled down in game two, but the home team still pulled off a 5-3 win.

Campbellsville opened a 3-0 lead in the second game but Chelsae Osborn's single scored Marissa Massie in the fourth and two more runs scored in the fifth for level game. Chaselyn Allgeier doubled and Emily Snow's singled, setting stage for Shelby Engle's double to deep left center.

 
Steven Mancilla had four hits and eight RBIs in Saturday's doubleheader. Photo by Richard Davis.
Steven Mancilla had four hits and eight RBIs in Saturday's doubleheader. Photo by Richard Davis.
Baseball - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015 at 9:20 PM

Georgetown College baseball got senior day off with a bang and then needed to hold on late against the Shawnee State University Bears Saturday. In the second game of the Mid-South Conference series, the Tigers (14-15, 9-8) opened an eight-run lead before finally winning 10-7.

In the bottom of the sixth, senior Steven Mancilla blasted a two-run home run that put the Tigers on the verge of run-ruling the Bears. However, SSU rallied back with six runs to pull within two before falling.

Senior Tyler Arthur pitched six and two-thirds of an inning, scattering five hits and allowing just one run in his final appearance at Robert N. Wilson Field. The four-year starting pitcher struck out seven and walked two.

 
Baseball - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015 at 9:05 PM

Georgetown College baseball took an early lead Friday, tallying a run three of the first five innings. However, Mid-South Conference foe Shawnee State University rallied back, which became the theme of the weekend. The Tigers (13-14, 8-7) needed two more runs in the seventh and eighth to pull off the 5-4 win in game one.

With the game tied 4-4 in the eighth, Jovan Hernandez reached on a walk. He advanced on a sacrifice bunt from Tanner Unkel and scored on an RBI single from Damien Rutherford. This put Georgetown ahead for good.

 
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