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2009-10 Women's Basketball
Record: 18-12 Home: 9-3 Away: 7-6 Neutral: 2-3 MSC: 9-5
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Women's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 22, 2014 at 6:20 PM

Georgetown College women's basketball came ready to play Saturday against visiting Lindsey Wilson College. The No. 17 Tigers (4-3, 1-3 MSC) shrugged off an early tough start to Mid-South Conference play with a convincing 74-54 win.

"We've been fighting so hard, but just letting the little things bother us," said GC coach Andrea McCloskey. "We put all that behind us and played like we had been a few weeks ago. We needed a game like this. It was a real team effort."

Jessica Foster led five players in double figures with 18 points. Devanny King poured in 12 with 12 rebounds for her fourth double-double this season. Mykal Farris found her stride with 13 points and Haley Armstrong and Teonia McCune each had 11. Emilie Ziese was a beast on the boards with nine.

 
Women's Basketball - Thu, Nov. 20, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Georgetown College women's basketball led most of the game Thursday against receiving votes Cumberland University. However, the Bulldogs (5-2, 1-0) second half run put the visitors ahead with just more than 11 minutes to go. GC (3-3, 0-3) hung tough but never recovered in a 63-55 setback.

Shooting was not an issue as the No. 17 Tigers blistered the home nets for 41.2 percent, unfortunately turnovers and rebounds were the sore spot again. GC committed 27 turnovers and gave up 14 offensive rebounds to Cumberland.

 
Women's Basketball - Fri, Nov. 14, 2014

First two possessions were turnovers and the first half was a rough shooting 20 minutes, the story in the game as No. 17 Georgetown College women's basketball played University of the Cumberlands, receiving votes. The Thursday night game opened the Mid-South Conference schedule for both teams. UC took the 61-47 victory in Williamsburg.

The Tigers (3-1, 0-1 MSC) shot just 19 percent in the first half, finished with 24 turnovers and had no one in double figures after coming into the game with five averaging 11.3 ppg or higher.

 
Jessica Foster wore 22 Tuesday night in honor of Lauren Hill during the Tigers' Play for 22 Game. Photo by Richard Davis.
Jessica Foster wore 22 Tuesday night in honor of Lauren Hill during the Tigers' Play for 22 Game. Photo by Richard Davis.
Women's Basketball - Thu, Nov. 13, 2014

Georgetown College women's basketball's Jessica Foster had an idea to help former opponent Lauren Hill and her family, who are all facing Lauren's diagnosis with inoperable brain cancer. Since Foster's epiphany on Sunday, Nov. 2 things have been rolling. The No. 17 Tigers hosted a Play for 22 Game Tuesday evening against Midway College.

In attendance was Mid-South Conference rival University of the Cumberlands, proving that outside the lines of competition this conference cares and has the heart of champions emulating the NAIA's Champion of Character program.

"We are all very competitive, which makes us one of the premier conferences across the board in the NAIA," said MSC Commissioner Eric Ward. "However, what makes the Mid-South one of the best conferences is the heart and character we have at the leadership and coaching positions at all our institutions. This movement started by a Georgetown player has rippled through the conference and I'm so pleased to see the University of the Cumberlands extending that effort."

 
Women's Basketball - Tue, Nov. 11, 2014

Emotional nights for athletes can sometimes be difficult to refocus and take care of business between the lines, but for the first 20 minutes Georgetown College women's basketball seemed to have things well in hand on Play for 22 night.

Jessica Foster poured in 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the 22 jersey for Lauren Hill as No. 17 Tigers (3-0) beat Midway College (2-3) 94-59. Teonia McCune dropped a triple-double, 16 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocks. Devanny King scored her 1,000th point and then some as she poured in a team-high 21 points.

It was 51-23 after 20 minutes and it seemed to be on pace for another route. The Eagles made it interesting in the second half. They were winning by getting offensive rebounds and forcing turnovers. The much taller Tigers gave up 20 offensive boards and turned it over 23 times.

 
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