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2012 Volleyball
Record: 36-6 Home: 16-1 Away: 9-0 Neutral: 11-5 MSC: 15-0
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Volleyball - Tue, Sep. 19, 2017 at 8:50 PM

Georgetown College volleyball tallied its seventh win of the season – sixth in straight sets – Tuesday evening with a 25-17, 25-23, 25-20 win over University of the Cumberlands.

The No. 18 Tigers (7-1, 2-1) traveled to Williamsburg for the Mid-South Conference showdown. Jenny Howell led a trio of Tigers in double-digit kills with 14. Caroline Ricks and Jessica Tapp added 11 each.

Defensively, GC was stingy by keeping the Patriots (5-6, 0-3) to below .100 hitting percentage as a team. Lexie Gatewood led that charge with a career-high 25 digs. As a team, Georgetown had 71.

 
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Volleyball - Fri, Sep. 15, 2017

Georgetown College volleyball played its first non-three set match of the season and came out victorious, 22-25, 25-20, 25-17, 25-21 against NCAA Division II Kentucky State University.

The No. 18 Tigers (6-1) traveled to Frankfort and had a slow start before taking care of business. Caroline Ricks led the charge with 14 kills, while three other teammates tallied in the double digits as well – Jenny Howell (13), Jessica Tapp (12) and Ashton Meckle (11). Kassidy Rauh dished out 47 assists, a new career high at GC.

After trailing 5-1 in set one to the Thorobreds, GC rallied and a Meckle kill tied it 13 all. The teams traded points and finally the visitors pushed ahead for a 22-20 advantage. KSU clawed back for the final five points of the set.

 
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Volleyball - Tue, Sep. 12, 2017

For the third time this season, Georgetown College volleyball defeated a team receiving votes in the national coaches' poll in straight sets. The No. 18 Tigers (5-1, 1-1) traveled to Campbellsville, Ky. and defeated previously unbeaten Mid-South Conference foe Campbellsville University 25-19, 25-19, 25-23.

Ashton Meckle tied her career-high for kills in a three set match with a season-high 12. The sophomore made the most of every opportunity, having just one error on 18 swings for a team-high .611 attack percentage.

When the team needed it most, Jenny Howell stepped up her attack. The senior had six kills in the first two sets, but as Georgetown trailed in set three she had eight kills. She finished with a team-high 14 on the evening.

 
Madison Mudd dives for a ball during a match with Lindsey Wilson. Photo by Richard Davis
Madison Mudd dives for a ball during a match with Lindsey Wilson. Photo by Richard Davis
Volleyball - Thu, Sep. 7, 2017

Georgetown College volleyball opened its home schedule Wednesday evening by hosting No. 3 Lindsey Wilson College. The No. 18 Tigers (4-1, 0-1) did not back down from the challenge against its Mid-South Conference foe. However, the Blue Raiders (9-0, 1-0) took the match in straight sets, 25-16, 25-15, 25-23.

The home team saved its biggest moment for the third set. It went on a tear after Caroline Ricks kill tied it at seven and Jenny Howell toed the service line. GC opened up a four-point lead, 11-7, during the senior's rotation.

LWC rallied back, but the Tigers continued to forge ahead by four – 14-10 and 16-12. Georgetown's final lead came at 20-19 off a Sarah Snyder kill.

 
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Volleyball - Sat, Sep. 2, 2017

To some, just getting to play a second volleyball match the first weekend in September, might feel like playing catch up. For Georgetown College's team, the women are taking it all in stride and just ready to play.

The No. 19 Tigers (2-0) capped off their first day of action playing University of Mobile, receiving votes in the national poll. The Rams (8-2) started their season with eight straight wins before losing straight matches to a pair of Mid-South Conference teams at the Southeastern Challenge in Columbia, Ky.

Georgetown handed UM a 25-11, 25-18, 25-19 setback. GC showed grit, patience and tenacity behind a trio of senior leaders mixed with youthful energy.

 
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