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Mid-South Conference announced the first and second All Mid-South Conference and All-Academic Wednesday for women's soccer. Georgetown College had four on the first or second team and nine young ladies maintain a 3.25 grade point average or higher.
Freshman Zoe Stovik was the lone Tiger on the All MSC First Team. In her first season as a starting defender, she helped Georgetown pitch eight shutouts. She also scored four goals, third highest on the team and the lone defender to score more than one. The northern Kentucky native was one MSC Defender of the Week.
Sarah Hencke, Jodi DeJohn and Max Zimmer earned second team all-conference.
COLUMBIA, Ky. – Georgetown's (Ky.) Morgan Zimmer is the recipient of the 2014 Mid-South Conference Women's Soccer Champions of Character award presented by Forcht Bank, MSC officials announced on Wednesday.
The Louisville, Ky., senior promotes the five core character values each day through her involvement with a variety of clubs and organizations. Zimmer has maintained a 3.54 grade point average while majoring in both exercise science and psychology. She also minors in art.
Zimmer is a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and has completed several hours of community service volunteering at Scott County Physical Therapy and Sacred Heart Village. She is also a captain of the Tigers' women's soccer team.
Georgetown College women's soccer team's road woes continued Friday afternoon in the Mid-South Conference Quarterfinals. The Tigers (8-9) dropped a 1-0 decision to host Shawnee State University, the sixth road loss of the season.
Maddie Woodard's shot from 25-yards out found the back of the net just shy of 10 minutes left in the first half.
Sarah Hencke got an early goal and then it was celebration time for the Georgetown College women's soccer team Saturday on Senior Day. The Tigers (7-8) took the 3-0 win over Bryan College.
"It is huge to score early on a day such as this," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "Every player wants to make it a great day for our seniors and emotions are running high. These can be trap games, but we came out and took care of business. Sarah has really been rolling for us this year."
Georgetown College does something every five years – tie Lindsey Wilson College. The women's soccer team battled No. 7 Blue Raiders (8-3-3, 5-0-1) for 110 minutes for a 1-1 draw Wednesday at Toyota Stadium.
LWC struck first with a goal two minutes into the second half. GC coach Leah Crews Castleman substituted in Kelsey Aerni and Lindsey Dunn within four minutes of each other. Five minutes after that, the tandem hooked up for the equalizer in the 73rd minute.
Aerni took the throw in and set up Dunn on a running route to finish the goal.