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Record: 36-19 Home: 20-5 Away: 10-10 Neutral: 6-4 MSC: 18-6
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Tyler Coker came through with a big hit in the eighth for Georgetown. Photo by Richard Davis
Tyler Coker came through with a big hit in the eighth for Georgetown. Photo by Richard Davis
Baseball - Fri, Apr. 18, 2014 at 6:50 PM

Georgetown College baseball needed another late inning rally and with the win inched closer to its first Mid-South Conference regular season title. The No. 7 Tigers (32-6, 18-3) trailed by two heading into the bottom of the eighth against Campbellsville University (25-15, 13-8). Hits and walks set the stage for a two RBI double by Tyler Coker as Georgetown went on for a 7-6 win.

CU had a two-out rally in the ninth. Hitting a single and an RBI triple to make it interesting, but Craig Ramsey got the final batter to fly out to Justin Moore as GC is now one win against Campbellsville away from the title.

 
Baseball - Sat, Apr. 12, 2014

Georgetown College baseball rebounded from a tough week by sweeping yet another Mid-South Conference series. The Tigers (31-6, 17-3) dropped two games during the week, but got down to business in three wins over the University of the Cumberlands (24-17, 6-13).

Trey Gross' single scored Vinny Sherman, courtesy running for Armando Lomeli, in the top of the fifth for all GC needed in game one Saturday, second of the series. The Tigers added three insurances runs for the 4-0 win. Georgetown scored first in game two and finished with a 3-1 win.

Rick Reyes' ground out scored Martin Lemus in the top of the fourth for a 2-0 cushion in game two. Gross had another RBI single for the bonus run. UC responded in the bottom half of that inning for its lone score of the day. Jared Martin scored an unearned run when a wild throw brought him all the way from first to home with two outs.

 
Baseball - Sat, Apr. 12, 2014

Georgetown College baseball took care of business Friday night in the opening game against University of the Cumberlands. UC scored two in the bottom of the first, but the No. 7 Tiger defense held them down until the offense clicked. GC pulled off the 5-2 rally win. Most of the damage was done in the seventh inning when Edwin Santiago started with a double to left center.

Rick Reyes followed with an RBI single to the same location. Duran Elmore singled, setting the stage for a two-RBI double from Tyler Coker. Georgetown took the lead on that hit and never looked back. Martin Lemus added the first insurance run with a single to left center that scored Coker.

Reyes added the icing on the cake in the top of the eighth with a two-out, solo home run.

 
Baseball - Wed, Apr. 9, 2014

Georgetown College baseball did something it has not done in almost a month. The No. 7 Tigers (27-5) lost to Union College (26-13) Tuesday in Barbourville, Ky.

The Bulldogs, who have hopped in and out of the rankings this season, scored just enough and held GC's hitters quiet in the 3-1 win. UC pushed runs across in the second, third and sixth innings off Clay Hall. Georgetown mounted a ninth-inning rally, but it was not enough.

"We stranded 10 runners," said Tiger coach Micah Baumfeld. "It means we are getting guys on, but not taking care of business when we have chances. That takes nothing away from Union. They earned this win, scoring when they had guys in place and doing what they needed to do defensively to stop us."

 
Shaun Meyer retired 11 straight at one point Sunday.
Shaun Meyer retired 11 straight at one point Sunday.
Baseball - Sun, Apr. 6, 2014

Georgetown College baseball swept another Mid-South Conference weekend series. The No. 9 Tigers have tallied 10 straight league wins and sit in first with a 14-3 record. St. Catharine College, which came into this weekend just behind Georgetown at 10-6, had a lead in two games and tied things up in the third but could not steal a win at Robert N. Wilson Field. Georgetown took the finale 4-1.

The Tigers (27-4, 15-3) have swept four series and the last three. The most recent MSC loss was the opener at Shawnee State on March 14.

"We've won in a variety of ways, but I think the biggest thing is that we are playing well as a team," said Georgetown coach Micah Baumfeld. "It is a marathon season, and hopefully we are just halfway through it. We have a lot to still work on, but I like the way we are playing."

 
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