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2014 Baseball
Record: 46-11 Home: 19-2 Away: 13-4 Neutral: 14-5 MSC: 23-3
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Baseball - Sun, Mar. 29, 2015 at 10:05 AM

Georgetown College baseball's road skid continued Saturday afternoon in the first of three games with Mid-South Conference foe St. Catharine College. The Tigers (5-10, 3-4) are 0-9 on the road, looking for its first win Sunday when they take on the Patriots (18-7, 6-1) for two more games.

GC managed just four hits in the 6-0 loss in Springfield, Ky. The host school opened a four-run lead in the bottom of the second on five hits against Tyler Arthur. The senior took the loss, going six innings and allowing all six runs.

 
Baseball - Wed, Mar. 25, 2015

Three Union College pitchers quieted the bats of Georgetown College baseball Tuesday. The Tigers managed just six hits in the nine inning loss, 9-3. The Bulldogs (19-5) scored a run in the first and three more in the fourth for all the offense they needed.

GC (5-9) continued its road woes, 0-8 away from Robert N. Wilson Field. The team managed a run in the fifth and sixth to trim the deficit in half, but never got closer. Union scored four in the seventh and one in the eighth.

 
Baseball - Mon, Mar. 23, 2015

With one swing, Steven Mancilla ignited the Georgetown College baseball team in an 8-3 win Monday over Asbury University.

The Tigers (5-8) trailed 1-0 when the senior shortstop put one over the left field fence. It sparked a three-run fourth inning. Ryan Serrato scored the winning run in the bottom of the sixth after he singled, moved around the bases and stole home on a wild pitch.

The junior first baseman accounted for most of the GC offense – going 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBIs. Jovan Hernandez also went 3-for-4 with an RBI, while Duran Elmore went 3-for-5 with a run scored.

 
Payton Lobdell threw a complete game in a 6-1 win over Pikeville. Photo by Richard Davis
Payton Lobdell threw a complete game in a 6-1 win over Pikeville. Photo by Richard Davis
Baseball - Mon, Mar. 16, 2015

Georgetown College baseball swept University of Pikeville in the Mid-South Conference opening weekend. The Tigers (4-5, 3-0 MSC) came back Monday afternoon for a pitcher's duel. Peyton Lobdell picked up his second win in Orange & Black by scattering five hits in a 6-1 win.

Jason Bailey was having a great outing for the Bears (9-7, 0-3). He set down the first eight Tigers until Rick Reyes came up with one out in the third. The senior ripped his first of three hits. A few pitches later, Bailey tried to pick Reyes off, threw the ball down the right field, allowing the Georgetown runner to take two bases on the error.

Trey Gross made him pay with a sacrifice fly and the score remained 1-0 until the bottom of the eighth.

Georgetown's bats woke up as Reyes started with a double. Gross followed with a single, opening the flood gates for five runs and knocking Bailey from the game.

 
Baseball - Mon, Mar. 16, 2015

Georgetown College baseball has struggled with weather and tough opponents through the first six weeks of action. Sunday afternoon the sun finally came out, the field was good and the Tigers were ready for Mid-South Conference action.

League play opened as GC hosted University of Pikeville. Jovan Hernandez sparked the Tigers (3-5, 2-0 MSC) to a pair of wins with 5-of-7 hitting with four RBIs. UPike (9-6, 0-2) led both games early, but the home team was not to be denied at Robert N. Wilson Field. Georgetown won 14-4 in a mercy-rule victory of game one and rallied late for a 4-3 win in game two. The final game is set for noon Monday.

Tyler Arthur made his first appearance of the season. The senior righty only had one pitch of which the Bears took advantage. Following a five pitch walk to Nicolas Gonzales, Cody Chagnon worked a full count and took a pitch deep over the fence in left. UPike claimed a 2-0 lead, but never really threatened again.

 
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