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2017 Women's Soccer
Record: 8-5-2 Home: 5-2-1 Away: 3-3-1 MSC: 3-2-1
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Zoe Stovik redirects Bethany Massey's cornerkick for the winning goal. Photo by Richard Davis
Zoe Stovik redirects Bethany Massey's cornerkick for the winning goal. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Fri, Oct. 20, 2017 at 11:40 PM

Zoe Stovik has made it a staple in her game to score for Georgetown College women's soccer despite being the back line of the defense. The anchor completed the come back with a game winning header Friday evening against Life University. GC won 2-1, kicking off the Homecoming weekend.

"I'm glad I could contribute on the perfectly placed corner from Bethany (Massey)," Stovik said. "I've been wanting to do that all season."

The header is the senior's 11th career goal and sixth game-winner. It was Massey's second assist on the evening as she pushed a ball to a cutting Lindsey Dunn for the tying goal in the seventh minute.

 
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Women's Soccer - Tue, Oct. 17, 2017

Picking up wins in Mid-South Conference play is critical and while Tuesday was not as pretty as Georgetown College women's soccer would like, two goals got the job done.

The Tigers (7-5-2, 2-2-1) leveled their MSC record scoring a goal in each half for a 2-0 win over University of Pikeville (0-13-1, 0-5).

"Pikeville is always a hard place for us to play," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "Things got frustrating for us, but we kept our composure and got the result we needed."

 
Skye Zimmer scored one of her two goals. Photo by Richard Davis
Skye Zimmer scored one of her two goals. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Sat, Oct. 7, 2017

Georgetown College women's soccer shook things up a bit and it made all the difference Saturday against Shawnee State University. The Tigers (6-4-2, 1-1-1) had hit a brick wall in finding ways to finish, but with the right adjustments that was no longer a concern in a 5-0 victory at Toyota Stadium.

Skye Zimmer opened the flood gates in the 27th minute. The sophomore finished with two goals and an assist. Bethany Massey had two goals. Jodi DeJohn had a goal, and Lindsey Dunn finished with two assists.

 
Megan Martin dives for a save Tuesday against Lindsey Wilson. Photo by Richard Davis
Megan Martin dives for a save Tuesday against Lindsey Wilson. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Tue, Oct. 3, 2017

Georgetown College women's soccer did battle with No. 12 Lindsey Wilson College Tuesday evening as the second game of Mid-South Conference action. While the Tigers (5-4-2, 0-1-1) held strong, they could not hold off the Blue Raiders (4-3-3, 2-0). LWC scored 11 minutes into play as Veronica Kurtz netted a rebound shot into the far corner away from a diving Megan Martin.

The freshman GC keeper had a solid night, though, making many diving stops and finishing with eight saves in 90 minutes.

Despite trailing at the break, Georgetown was finding spurts of offense and were only being outshot 6-3. In the final 45, the home team pushed the attack but could not make that final connection for a goal.

 
Cleome Kerseg gives chase on a free ball. Photo by Richard Davis.
Cleome Kerseg gives chase on a free ball. Photo by Richard Davis.
Women's Soccer - Tue, Sep. 26, 2017

Georgetown College women's soccer started Mid-South Conference play against rival Campbellsville University. When the two Tigers tangle all records go out the window. CU scored a late first half goal and the two played to a 1-1 tie.

Bethany Massey slipped a ball to Jodi DeJohn as the home Tigers capitalized on one of many early looks on goal. It appeared GC would roll from there, but Campbellsville scored on one of its two shots on frame.

Intensity peaked from there as the teams locked into the next 70 minutes of scoreless soccer.

 
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