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Mid-South Conference Championship golf teed off the postseason for spring sports Monday afternoon in Springfield, Ky. Georgetown College men and women find themselves middle of the pack after round one.
On the women's side, Georgetown shot a 336 – 10 strokes ahead of Cumberland University and 60 better than St. Catharine College. Katie Jones, tied for 15th with two rounds to play, shot a team-best 81. Sydney Swingo was two spots back and one-shot back with an 82. Lauren Von Ohlen tied with six other ladies in 18th with an 83. Deanna Johnson's 90 was the other scoring card for the Tigers on day one.
Georgetown College men's and women's golf traveled to Jamestown, Ky. for the Blue Raider Classic. Madison Huegel led the charge, finishing fourth overall in the men's competition.
The Tiger men finished ninth out of 11 teams, with three scorers in the top 50 golfers. The Tiger women finished seventh out of eight teams, with all scoring players finishing in the top 40 golfers.
Georgetown College women's golf had all five ladies finish in the Top 35 golfers during the Bluegrass Fall Classic at Cherry Blossom. The lone home event during the fall was not always easy, but one coach Flash Williams hopes serves as an early learning curve.
The team finished sixth out of seven teams with a 705.
Georgetown College women's golf hosted its annual Bluegrass Spring Classic at Cherry Blossom Monday and Tuesday. The Tigers roared out of the gate with some of their best rounds of the season, but stumbled a bit on day two to finish eighth.
GC finished with a two-day total of 739, just a stroke back from University of Pikeville and 20 behind Sewanee, which finished seventh and sixth respectively.
Georgetown College women's golf team was supposed to open its season a week ago, but the rains came and washed it out. The Tigers had to wait another week to join the men as University of the Cumberlands rescheduled the SEKI women's tournament for Monday and Tuesday, running along with the men's event.