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Georgetown College baseball is once again hosting a Fall Prospect Camp for all current high school student athletes – freshmen to seniors – 1-6 pm on Oct. 11. For $95 receive pro workout, instruction and evaluation from one of the NAIA premier coaching staffs and lunch.
Georgetown College has been ranked in the Top 25 for the better part of the past three seasons, winning the Mid-South Conference regular season, postseason and advancing to the NAIA College World Series in 2014.
Join Georgetown College baseball on the golf course and help raise money for the 2015-16 season. The Tigers will be hosting their annual golf outing Sept. 19 at Kearney Hill Golf Links in Lexington.
The cost is $100 per player. This gets you a round of golf, a catered meal and the opportunity to win several contests throughout the day – longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. There are also prizes for the top three finishing teams.
Georgetown College baseball lost a pitchers' duel Thursday morning in the Mid-South Conference consolation bracket, ending the 2015 season. The Tigers (18-18) managed just two hits against Dalton Dahley and a couple of errors gave the Bears (16-27) the 2-0 victory.
GC might have had a lot of wind taken out of the team's sail following the first at-bat. Trailing 1-0, Steven Mancilla hit a shot to right field that had homerun potential. Connor Osborne tracked it, caught it and immediately slammed into the bullpen fence. The right fielder lay motionless as the next few tense moments passed.
The phenominal play robbed the Tigers of a sure extra base hit and made even in the park homerun. Thankfully Osborne left giving the thumbs up and maybe a little extra emotional boost to his teammates who had yet to win an MSC game.
Georgetown College baseball had no answer in the quarterfinals of the Mid-South Conference tournament Wednesday against Cumberland University. The Tigers (18-17) gave up two runs in each of the first four innings on their way to a 14-2 setback.
The loss drops them into the consolation bracket where they will have to rally out for a chance to advance to the NAIA National Tournament Opening Round.
The Bulldogs (19-29) used 15 hits and knocked starting pitcher Tyler Arthur from the game after three innings. Georgetown stopped the first inning rally and even cut the deficit in half when Duran Elmore led off with a double and Steven Mancilla's sacrifice bunt scored the speedy outfielder.
Georgetown College baseball begins postseason play 1 pm EST Wednesday in a rematch with Cumberland University. The two teams finished up the Mid-South Conference regular season action this past weekend with the Tigers taking two of the three games. The tournament is being played at Bowling Green Park in Bowling Green, Ky. Follow live audio here and live stats here.
These were also the two teams that battled for the tournament crown a season ago and then both advanced to the national tournament opening rounds and eventually the World Series.
"Cumberland is a very solid team and extremely tough in postseason," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "Our journey starts with them, which I think will prepare us for a really great tournament."