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Football - Wed, Jul. 12, 2017

Kody Kasey humbly goes about his business and many across the football community are taking notice. The Georgetown College senior has faced adversities many cannot fathom, but it has never dampened his spirit or stolen his purpose. His passion to help others with a servant heart is why he was named Monday to the 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team nominee list. Voting is in the process and the final team will be announced mid-September. Kasey would be Georgetown's first honoree for the highly prestigious off-the-field honor that recognizes those with the dedication to volunteer and enrich others' lives. Allstate and the AFCA have been giving out this award since 1992.

He is one of 146 nominees through all college sport divisions and one of 70 in the classification of FCS, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and NAIA.

Kasey's mission is to be a blessing through the gifts he has received from God. Many might question a vital, healthy, joyful young man having to decide to amputate his leg after a football injury. The Ohio native never did.

 
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Men's Basketball - Mon, Jun. 12, 2017

Georgetown College men's basketball coach Chris Briggs was faced with a task he has not addressed since day one of assuming the position as the Tigers leader. With the announcing of assistant James Jackson as the new GC women's basketball coach this past spring, Briggs was in search for a full time assistant.

He did not have to look far out of the state's talent pool as he adds former Transylvania University guard Barrett Meyer and University of Kentucky post Marquis Estill. Both have been coaching for the past several years in different capacities and bring a fresh skill set to add with Briggs and former GC guard Matt Walls.

First, looking at his three assistants, a common thread already exists – all three played for 11th Region powerhouses.

 
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Women's Lacrosse - Fri, Jun. 9, 2017

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – The Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) is pleased to announce the addition of Georgetown College (Ky.) as an affiliate member for women's lacrosse beginning with the 2018 season.

The AAC Council of Presidents approved Georgetown's affiliate membership at their annual meeting on June 2 in Asheville, N.C.

"The AAC is pleased to welcome Georgetown College women's lacrosse as the eleventh team to our league," said Commissioner John Sullivan. "As the sport of lacrosse continues to grow in the southeastern U.S., we remain in the forefront of that growth. Georgetown College shares our focus on character development through sport and academic excellence of our student-athletes. We look forward to working with their fine team of coaches and administrators."

 
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Georgetown - Wed, May 31, 2017

Georgetown College Director of Athletics Brian Evans is always proud of his Tigers, however, nothing makes him beam more than to witness success inside the classroom.

"Student is first for a reason and it will always be first at Georgetown," Evans said. "It is not easy to balance what these young men and women do, but to know the commitment they all have to academics is reason one why we are so prosperous."

The Tigers finished with 32 student-athletes being honored throughout the 2016-17 academic year by the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete award. In order to receive this honor, the student-athlete must be a junior academically with a full year at the current institution while maintaining a 3.5 grade point average.

 
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Tennis - Tue, May 30, 2017

Georgetown College men's and women's tennis were finally eligible for national academic honors. The extremely youthful bunch the past few seasons did not meet the junior status requirement for the national honor. However, now four juniors are first time honorees.

The NAIA announced its 2017 Daktronic-NAIA Scholar Athlete recipients. A.J. Berk and Tristan Nosek were on the men's list, while Shae Henry and Emily Novak were on the women's.

 
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