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Georgetown College Lacrosse is proud to announce its second recruiting class leading into the 2015 season. GC finished only two games under .500, a strong start for a new program. As coach Brandon Davis looks toward the future, this class will help build on 2014 successes, and achieve new heights in 2015 – the team's first full varsity competition. The incoming freshman class hails from as far away as Minnesota, Florida and Connecticut. This group of talented student-athletes has already achieved success not only on the lacrosse field, but in the classroom, and in the community.
"These six young ladies will provide stability, depth and an abundance of lacrosse knowledge and success," Davis said. "I'm very excited what the future holds for this program and how my second recruiting process went."
Signing with the Tigers was Lexii Grajczyk, Lauren Bruun-Bryant, Laura Cuseo, Lizzie Darrow, Samantha Dearing and Jessica MaClugage.
Kaleb Lester has played on some of the biggest courses, now he brings that experience to Georgetown College. The North Carolina native signed this past week to play for the Tigers.
Lester finished in the Top 10 of the 2A State Championship recently, which was played on the Longleaf Golf Course at none other than historic Pinehurst. A little over a year ago as a junior he played at Florida's World Golf Village in the Junior American tournament that had 78 golfers from 20 countries. The course Lester played was Pebble Beach, might sound familiar to even the causal golf enthusiast.
The season might be over, but the accolades continue to pour in for Georgetown College baseball. With the 2014 Avista World Series officially wrapping up Friday, the NAIA announced Monday morning the All-Americans.
Georgetown has two representatives – Martin Lemus and Tyler Arthur.
"It's an honor and a tribute to the respect this program is garnering to have two players on the All-American list," GC coach Micah Baumfeld said.
For the first time since 1987, Georgetown had a player on the first team list – Lemus. The senior from Lawndale, Calif., finished his career with a school season-record setting 13 homeruns, including a two-run shot at the world series.
Lewiston, Idaho – Emotional highs and lows can be very difficult for athletes. Some of that might have taken a toll on the No. 5 Tigers against Southern Polytechnic State University.
Georgetown College baseball dug another hole, erased the deficit, but did not have enough left in the tank to finish the comeback and stay alive at the 2014 Avista NAIA World Series.
"It has been a long and tough couple of weeks," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "I'm proud of my guys for the way they fought to get us here and fought in each of these games we had here. As a coach there is nothing more I can ask of them. We've built on each success we've had since winning our first MSC Tournament title three years ago and I don't expect anything less.
"These seniors have made what we did in 2012 a tradition and now it is up to these underclassmen to carry that banner and to fight to get back here next year. Our expectations are high."