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Baseball - Fri, Apr. 24, 2015 at 8:25 PM

Georgetown College baseball started the final Mid-South Conference weekend series strong with a pair of wins over Cumberland University. The Tigers (18-15, 11-8) rallied for a 6-4 win of game one and then cruised 4-1 in the nightcap.

The two wins secure GC the fourth seed of the upcoming league tournament starting April 29 in Bowling Green, Ky.

A one-out single by Tanner Unkel got the ninth inning of a 4-4 game started for Georgetown. He scored on an RBI double from David Higuera, who moved to third as the Bulldogs (17-28, 8-10) tried to get Unkel out at the plate. Higuera came in off Michael Encinas' RBI single for the final margin of victory.

 
Baseball - Wed, Apr. 22, 2015

Georgetown College baseball series with Cumberland University has been shifted to a doubleheader Friday and single game Saturday. Both day's first pitch is set for 2 pm EST on Friday and 1 pm EST Saturday.

The Tigers are sitting in fourth place in the league with a chance to move into third should they sweep the Bulldogs and Lindsey Wilson College get swept by Shawnee State.

GC games with CU can be tracked through http://portal.stretchinternet.com/cu/.

 
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Baseball - Wed, Apr. 22, 2015

A three-run fifth inning started by Tanner Unkel's bunt single broke game one of a doubleheader between Georgetown College and Miami Hamilton in baseball Tuesday. The Tigers' Duran Elmore's single broke a 1-1 tie and then David Higuera's sacrifice fly scored the winning run. Despite a MUH run in the top of the seventh, GC won 4-2.

Elmore added an insurance run off an RBI single from Steven Mancilla.

"It's nice to pick up another win and see our guys making contact," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "We are hitting crunch time and just finding our grove after so much snow and rain this season."

Georgetown finished off the sweep with a Clay Young home run in game two. The pitcher's duel was disrupted when the junior catcher took the first pitch he saw over the left field fence.

 
Steven Mancilla had four hits and eight RBIs in Saturday's doubleheader. Photo by Richard Davis.
Steven Mancilla had four hits and eight RBIs in Saturday's doubleheader. Photo by Richard Davis.
Baseball - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015

Georgetown College baseball got senior day off with a bang and then needed to hold on late against the Shawnee State University Bears Saturday. In the second game of the Mid-South Conference series, the Tigers (14-15, 9-8) opened an eight-run lead before finally winning 10-7.

In the bottom of the sixth, senior Steven Mancilla blasted a two-run home run that put the Tigers on the verge of run-ruling the Bears. However, SSU rallied back with six runs to pull within two before falling.

Senior Tyler Arthur pitched six and two-thirds of an inning, scattering five hits and allowing just one run in his final appearance at Robert N. Wilson Field. The four-year starting pitcher struck out seven and walked two.

 
Baseball - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015

Georgetown College baseball took an early lead Friday, tallying a run three of the first five innings. However, Mid-South Conference foe Shawnee State University rallied back, which became the theme of the weekend. The Tigers (13-14, 8-7) needed two more runs in the seventh and eighth to pull off the 5-4 win in game one.

With the game tied 4-4 in the eighth, Jovan Hernandez reached on a walk. He advanced on a sacrifice bunt from Tanner Unkel and scored on an RBI single from Damien Rutherford. This put Georgetown ahead for good.

 
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