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2017 Baseball
Record: 19-9 Home: 14-3 Away: 5-6 MSC: 4-4
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Rodnee Little's hitting was clutch Tuesday. Photo by Richard Davis
Rodnee Little's hitting was clutch Tuesday. Photo by Richard Davis
Baseball - Tue, Mar. 21, 2017

Rodnee Little came up clutch three times for Georgetown College in the waning innings Tuesday at Robert N. Wilson Field. The junior hit a two-RBI ground rule double with two outs in the fifth to tie Cincinnati Christian. His two-out RBI double in the seventh put Georgetown ahead for good and he added a two-out RBI single in the eighth as the Tigers (18-8) blew the game open in an 11-3 rally win.

"Rodnee was big tonight," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "We were struggling at the plate early, but that ground rule double got the momentum shifted in our favor. We then brought in Ryan Pearman, who shut down CCU."

Pearman pitched four innings of scoreless ball, facing 13 batters and striking out seven for the win.

 
Sam Medina went 4-for-4 and a homerun shy of the cycle. Photo by Richard Davis
Sam Medina went 4-for-4 and a homerun shy of the cycle. Photo by Richard Davis
Baseball - Fri, Mar. 10, 2017

Georgetown College baseball once again pounded out the hits against the visiting Shawnee State University Bears. However, Friday afternoon the Tigers (16-6) made good on the hits and took the rubber-game 6-3. This improves GC's Mid-South Conference record at 2-1 on the opening weekend of league action.

Sam Medina did a lot of the damage – a homerun shy of a cycle. The senior went 4-for-4 with a triple, a double and two singles. He added three RBIs and scored twice.

Kyle Fieger, despite hanging up a pitch that Brandon Reaman took over the fence, settled down to retire nine straight Bears (5-16, 1-2) and 12-of-13 after the third inning. He scattered six hits, struck out two and walked one. Ryan Pearman went one and a third, setting up Jordan Magers to finish it off and get the save – his second in as many appearances.

 
Rodnee Little steals second base in game one. Photo by Richard Davis.
Rodnee Little steals second base in game one. Photo by Richard Davis.
Baseball - Thu, Mar. 9, 2017

Georgetown College baseball opened Mid-South Conference play with a doubleheader Thursday against visiting Shawnee State University. The Tigers (15-6) split the day in tight games with the Bears (5-15).

SSU opened with a 2-1 win. GC responded by grabbing a lead late in game two and never relinquishing despite a wild seventh-inning rally. Georgetown hung on 4-3.

The two teams return for the rubber match 1 pm Friday at Robert N. Wilson Field.

Breion Barron pitched a stellar game one. He went the full nine innings, scattering seven hits with three strikeouts and just one earned run. SSU took the lead in the third off an error and then a liner at Barron produced the game winning run in the ninth inning.

 
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Baseball - Mon, Mar. 6, 2017

Georgetown College baseball found enough space Monday between the rain drops for a nine-inning victory over Culver-Stockton College. The Tigers (14-5) broke the game open with four hits and four walks in batting around in the fifth. They scored six runs, erasing the goose eggs on the board and went on to win 9-0 over the Wildcats (9-6).

Michael Koltak and the GC defense worked out of several sticky situations early – two on and no outs in the top of the first and a one-out double in the second – to keep the game scoreless until the offense came to life.

 
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Baseball - Fri, Mar. 3, 2017

Georgetown College baseball scored four runs off one hit with two outs in the seventh to blow open game one against Olivet Nazarene University. The GC Tigers (11-5) had three batters hit by pitchers and two more walked before Rodnee Little doubled for two more runs in the seventh. GC went on to win 7-1.

Kyle Fieger pitched the complete game win, scattering six hits and allowing just one run with six strikeouts and a walk. He forced the visitors into seven groundouts and four fly outs. A double play helped him set down the first six in order.

 
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