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Women's Basketball - Fri, Mar. 24, 2017 at 10:40 AM

Georgetown College women's basketball continues a trend of All-Americans as senior Emilie Ziese earned NAIA All-American honorable mention Thursday evening as announced by the league office.

Ziese scored 720 points and grabbed 647 rebounds. She finishes 14th all-time in total rebounds as only the second player in the Top 20 with fewer than 100 games played. The Rensselaer, Ind. native played 88 games for a 7.4 rebounds per game average. She also finished with 284 field goals on 562 attempts for a program eighth best of 50.5 percent from the field.

 
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Men's Basketball - Fri, Mar. 24, 2017 at 10:40 AM

Georgetown College men's basketball makes it six straight years with at least one player named to the final NAIA All-American list. The league office announced Thursday evening that Troy Steward and Quan Poindexter earned honorable mention for the 2016-17 season.

Steward led the team in scoring with 16.5 points per game. He has 867 points through two seasons and 68 games for a 12.8 average thus far. He finished the season ranked 24th nationally in total scoring (529), 36th in total three-point fields made (72), 38th in points per game (16.5) and 47th in three-point field goals made per game (2.3).

 
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Women's Lacrosse - Fri, Mar. 24, 2017 at 9:55 AM

Lacrosse players across the bluegrass and the country are feeling the loss of Savannah Walker. The 20-year-old University of Louisville student-athlete, captain of the Cardinals club lacrosse team, fell victim in a senseless act of violence this past weekend. Georgetown College Tigers stand with Walker's family and many are counted among her friends, mourning the passing of such a vibrant, kind, passionate young woman well before her time.

The Tigers will use their Friday match against rival Savannah College of Art and Design – Savannah as a way to continue this undertaking. The game between two Top 5 teams will feature players wearing yellow ribbons in honor of both pancreatic cancer awareness and gun violence. Ribbons will also be available to fans. Those in attendance are also encouraged to donate as they feel led to Deborah Walker Scholarship Fund.

 
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Dance - Thu, Mar. 23, 2017 at 1:10 PM

Georgetown College dance coach Sara Hamlin announces the 2017-18 team auditions are just around the corner. The Tiger dancers perform at home football and men's and women's basketball games. All current students and high school seniors interested in attending Georgetown are encouraged to come take part of this two-step process.

First, please submit a video showcasing technical skills to coach through email here. These are due by April 9 and must include: toe touch, double pirouette, leap (regular and straddle), high kick (ball change or any sort of prep), right, left and center splits, and any other skill you want to perform such as – fouette turns, triple pirouette, turning jumps/leaps, acrobatic and gymnastic skills, flexibility, hip-hop skills, etc.

 
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Softball - Tue, Mar. 21, 2017 at 10:15 PM

Georgetown College softball opened Mid-South Conference play with a pair of tough games at Shawnee State University. The Tigers (18-6, 1-1 MSC) split the afternoon in Portsmouth, Ohio.

The Bears (7-7, 1-4) scored two in the sixth for just enough insurance in the game one win, 7-5. The host team then tied up game two in the fifth. This game would go into international tiebreaking rules – a runner starts on second at the beginning of the eighth inning. The 10 inning affair ended in wild fashion. After GC scored in the top of the 10th, SSU tried to respond, but a long fly with one out seemed to end the game when Corrin Robinson's throw from shallow center beat the runner from third. However, a collision resulted in a dropped ball. Georgetown then appealed the runner leaving too early from third, the appeal was confirmed and the Tigers won 5-4.

 
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