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Mary Catherine Borders surveys her shot. Photo by Richard Davis
Mary Catherine Borders surveys her shot. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Golf - Wed, Sep. 20, 2017 at 11:20 AM

Georgetown College women's golf played its second fall match this past Monday and Tuesday. The Tigers were host to the Fall Mid-South Conference Championship. Along with all the MSC teams, Midway and Asbury played for a 10-team event.

"It was a huge tournament and a really good chance for my players to experience such a large event," said GC coach Marlene Schulte. "We saw progress and great work in that first tournament two weeks ago, the improved play from my three upper classmen has been great these first two tournaments. Baylee Salyers, Mary Catherine Borders and Kylie Speicher have done great improving their scores from a year ago by margins as large as 13 strokes. Our conference is so tough that we need to stay focused on improving from tournament to tournament and that has been assistant coach Katie White and I's focus. There are still areas we need to do better on as a team.

 
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Volleyball - Tue, Sep. 19, 2017 at 8:50 PM

Georgetown College volleyball tallied its seventh win of the season – sixth in straight sets – Tuesday evening with a 25-17, 25-23, 25-20 win over University of the Cumberlands.

The No. 18 Tigers (7-1, 2-1) traveled to Williamsburg for the Mid-South Conference showdown. Jenny Howell led a trio of Tigers in double-digit kills with 14. Caroline Ricks and Jessica Tapp added 11 each.

Defensively, GC was stingy by keeping the Patriots (5-6, 0-3) to below .100 hitting percentage as a team. Lexie Gatewood led that charge with a career-high 25 digs. As a team, Georgetown had 71.

 
GC men's golf team rallied from third to first for the MSC fall title. Photo by Jordan Alves
GC men's golf team rallied from third to first for the MSC fall title. Photo by Jordan Alves
Men's Golf - Tue, Sep. 19, 2017 at 8:00 PM

No amount of rain or lightning was going to dampen Connor Danis' birthday, just delay the big celebration. A senior on the men's Georgetown College golf team helped the Tigers remain steady through two delays of almost two hours. GC rallied from third place after day one for a huge victory in the Mid-South Conference fall meet.

"This lets us know and gives us confidence inside our conference," said Conor Taylor. "It was awesome the way our team came together through the challenges and handled the day better than the rest of the teams. This is our step one in the conference toward an NAIA championship.

"Not to mention a great birthday present for Chip (Danis)."

 
Elise McKinney scores winning goals against West Virginia Tech. Photo by Richard Davis
Elise McKinney scores winning goals against West Virginia Tech. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Mon, Sep. 18, 2017 at 7:40 PM

Georgetown College women's soccer played an afternoon affair against former Mid-South Conference foe West Virginia Tech. The Tigers (5-2) scored in the first 10 minutes and made it stand in the 1-0 win.

Elise McKinney took a slip from Jodi DeJohn and netted the winner in top right corner.

Megan Martin pitched her first blank sheet as the lone keeper for 90 minutes. She has a few shared shutouts earlier in the season with Sarah Slusher.

 
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Georgetown - Mon, Sep. 18, 2017

Georgetown College athletics is once again partnering up with Roosters for Coach's Shows brought to you by WCGW 770 AM or 93.3 FM and streaming on line at wcgwam.com with Greg Horn as the host. During the fall, 6 pm every Monday night coach Bill Cronin will be on the air for an hour with analysis of the previous game, the season and tidbits about what is ahead for the Tigers.

Players also join for the hour broadcast which recently featured captains Kyle Longworth and Cameron Oshodi.

New features for the year is the show is audible in the area it is being broadcast with a speaker system and Roosters is offering from 5-10 pm 69 cent wings.

 
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