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Record: 18-18 Home: 13-4 Away: 5-12 Neutral: 0-2 MSC: 11-9
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Baseball - Sat, Feb. 25, 2017 at 9:35 PM

Georgetown College baseball took on a challenge bringing in No. 19 University of Northwestern Ohio. The two teams went toe-to-toe in a thrilling nine-inning game that saw the visitors on the high side. These same two teams will square off Sunday, first pitch set for 1 pm.

The Tigers (9-5) struck first in a slugfest 13-6 setback. They scored a run in the first and fourth, but the Racers (16-7) sped away with it in the sixth. They scored eight runs and never trailed again.

GC did not lay down, though, getting three runs back in the bottom of the inning for an 8-5 game.

UNOH scored twice more in the seventh and brought in three in the ninth. Georgetown pushed across a run in the bottom of the seventh to be in striking distance, but never closer.

 
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Baseball - Fri, Feb. 24, 2017 at 8:55 PM

Georgetown College baseball's nemesis Friday afternoon was a pair of Marygrove College hitters. Juan Ventura and Raliegh Wilson caused a lot of offensive strife, but the Tigers (9-4) worked out of jams and found enough offense for 4-3 and 5-4 wins over the Mustangs (4-10).

The duo had back-to-back singles in the second inning of game one that led to a 2-0 visitor advantage and as GC went through the line-up it appeared that mark would stand.

However, in the bottom of the fourth the Tigers used one hit and some defensive miscues to tie the game. Then Sean Williams, who swung a big bat all day, connected on a two-run homerun that was just enough of a lead in the bottom of the sixth.

 
Diego Perez slides safely into second. Photo by Richard Davis
Diego Perez slides safely into second. Photo by Richard Davis
Baseball - Sun, Feb. 19, 2017

Georgetown College baseball took its second straight series with a doubleheader sweep Sunday of Judson University. The Tigers (7-4) scored 13 runs in the two games, while defensively buckling down. GC cruised 6-2 and 7-1.

Game one the home team wasted no time jumping on the Eagles (2-4). The Tigers scored five runs on five hits, added by three JU errors. Sam Medina's RBI double brought about the first error as Judson attempted to catch Diego Perez at home. The visiting catcher bobbled the throw, leading to Sean Williams scoring and Media moving to third.

Medina scored on Ryan Viramontes double, giving Georgetown all the offense Michael Conrad needed.

 
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

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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