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Record: 35-13 Home: 18-3 Away: 11-7 Neutral: 6-3 MSC: 15-5
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Softball - Fri, Feb. 17, 2017 at 11:10 PM

Georgetown College softball made No. 15 Davenport claw for a win on day one of the Martin Methodist College Meltdown Tournament in Pulaski, Tenn. The Panthers (2-0) scored six runs in four innings and hung on. The Tigers (1-2) late rally fell short, 8-6.

Hitters one through five provided all the explosiveness for GC. They each accounted for at least two hits with Chelsae Osborn going 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI.

 
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Softball - Wed, Feb. 15, 2017

Union College started and finished strong in game two Tuesday. The Bulldogs scored four in the first and the sixth innings, giving enough breathing room over the Georgetown College softball team as darkness set in to end the game. UC won 9-6.

The Tigers (1-1) rallied in the fourth to tie the game at four and took their first lead with a run scored in the fifth. Sydney Goyette walked, advanced on a ground out and then used two wild pitches for a 5-4 GC advantage.

 
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Softball - Wed, Feb. 15, 2017

Kara Howard roped a double at the top of the fourth to ignite an offensive explosion host Union College did not recover from in game one on Tuesday. Georgetown College's softball team scored six runs that inning and cruised to a season-opening 10-1 win over the Bulldogs (0-1).

The Tigers (1-0) pounded out 10 hits, more than enough offense for freshman pitcher Audrey Dodd, who started her collegiate career with eight strikeouts. She scattered five hits and walked two in the 21 batters she faced in six innings of work for the win.

 
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Softball - Mon, Feb. 6, 2017

Sydney Goyette, Georgetown College senior and softball player, received some exciting news this past week. The Middletown, Ind. native and history major will be working for Teach for America – an organization which seeks out diverse and talented leaders to place in classrooms in urban and low-income rural public schools. The commitment to the program is two years, and the teacher is assigned to one of 53 regions TFA partners with to most impact educational inequity. Goyette has accepted a position teaching history in Indianapolis. At this time it is unsure whether she will be at the middle or high school level, more training will help determine this.

Goyette becomes the fifth current Georgetown College graduate to be actively teaching for TFA. Whitney Gaines and Katherine Roy started in 2015, while Nick Slucher (cross country and track and field) and Hannah Kennedy started this past year.

 
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Softball - Tue, Oct. 11, 2016

Georgetown College softball looks to strike out cancer while also striking out fellow students. Tuesday at 6 pm the Tigers will hold a Strike Out Cancer nexus event at the Tiger softball complex. Food, games, guest speakers and a home run derby against live softball pitching will go on throughout the event, which ends at 9 pm.

Admission is free and everyone receives five tickets upon entrance. Games and food will cost tickets and extra tickets will be available for purchase. Strike Out Cancer T-shirts will be on sale at $15 for one or $25 for two.

All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society.

 
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