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Record: 36-19 Home: 20-5 Away: 10-10 Neutral: 6-4 MSC: 18-6
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Breion Barron allowed just one run in an 11-1 win Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Breion Barron allowed just one run in an 11-1 win Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Baseball - Sat, Feb. 18, 2017 at 9:20 PM

President M. Dwaine Greene threw out the ceremonial first pitch for the 2017 home opener Saturday at Robert N. Wilson Field. The strike set the tone as the baseball Tigers rolled to an 11-1 run-rule shortened game over Judson University.

Breion Barron scattered seven hits, walked four, allowed one run in seven innings as he picked up the win. His offense supplied 14 hits, more than enough firepower in the victory to run the team's overall record to 5-4.

The Eagles struck first with a run in the top of the third. GC responded in the fourth and then exploded for eight runs in the fifth and sixth combined.

 
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Baseball - Sat, Feb. 11, 2017

Georgetown College baseball mounted a late rally and picked up the 6-4 win over Stillman College to take the series. The Tigers (4-4) scored three runs in the fifth and Ryan Pearman made it stand up for the victory.

Stillman (1-7) started the game off with a pair of runs in the first of Michael Koltak. The home team added runs in the second and third, chasing GC's starting pitcher from the game.

Pearman came in to scatter four hits and give up no runs in his four and two-thirds inning of work for the win. He came in trailing 4-1, but got offensive production from John Shattles and Chris Gilbody – each with two hits. Shattles went 2-for-2 with three RBIs, while Gilbody was 2-for-3 with two runs scored.

 
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Baseball - Sat, Feb. 11, 2017

The middle of the lineup did a lot of damage for Georgetown College baseball Saturday in game one against Stillman College. The Tigers (3-4) got 12 of their 19 RBIs from Dorian Granados, Nick Giambalvo and John Shattles the three, five and six hitters. GC blew open a close game in the third inning and never looked back in a 19-3 win.

Stillman allowed seven runs in the frame, putting the visitors ahead 10-3. Georgetown added six runs in the sixth and three in the seventh in its biggest win of the season.

 
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Baseball - Fri, Feb. 10, 2017

Stillman College (1-5) rebounded from losing game one in a 12-inning affair by scoring early and winning the pitching duel. Georgetown College (2-4) pounded out 15 hits in game one, but managed just four in the 2-0 loss of the second game on Friday.

Caleb DeRouen got out of a couple of jams and made his team's third inning run stand as the two Tiger teams split day one of this weekend series. EJ Watson singled to start the third and broke up the scoreless game on a wild pitch from Michael Conrad. In the bottom of the sixth, Treas Wooten scored the insurance run on a Kevin Usselman's sacrifice fly.  

 
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Baseball - Fri, Feb. 10, 2017

Georgetown College baseball was scoreless until the sixth inning, but a late rally started by Nick Giambalvo pushed the game into extra innings where the visiting Tigers (2-3) won. The designated hitter did his job, five hits on seven at bats with five RBIs as GC won 10-5 over Stillman College (0-5).

Giambalvo got it started with a solo homerun in the top of the sixth. His next four trips were three singles and a double.

The Tigers scored two more runs in the seventh and then took their first lead of the game with two runs in the ninth. However, Stillman rallied back to push across a tying run and keep the game rolling.

 
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