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Davis-Reid Alumni Gym will have a brighter, fresher appearance this coming year as volleyball hits the floor on Sept. 1 against Campbellsville University.
Georgetown College Director of Athletics has worked hard this summer with Martin Flooring Company, one of the leaders in athletic floor installation and refinishing, to create the new look. The floor has been completely sanded down to remove all the previous lines. It was then painted with the lines and new GC Athletic logos giving it a clean, crisp feel.
Georgetown College men's basketball coach Chris Briggs is rounding out his 2015-16 roster. The fifth year coach has added three transfers to the already solid list of players and looking for maybe one or two more.
"This is a great collection of players and athletes who are dedicated to working hard at every phase and wanting to be successful," said GC coach Chris Briggs. "The three newest additions are Trent Gilbert, Terry Rose and Devon Rowan."
Georgetown College men's basketball will be hosting its annual Bob Davis – Jim Reid Golf Tournament to help raise funds for the upcoming season.
For $100 per player come out Sept. 25 for a round of golf with lunch and dinner provided at Longview Golf Course. Gifts and prizes will also be available throughout the day.
Georgetown College men's basketball has signed a part of its next class of players to add to the legendary program looking for a 25th straight trip to the NAIA Men's Division I Basketball National Tournament.
Coach Chris Briggs has brought in a solid mix of transfers and rookies through the early part of July.
Edson Avila, transferring from South Dakota, is the lone upperclassman currently coming in for the 2015-16 year. He joins Jordan Green, Henry Clay High School; Jacob Conway, Lincoln County High School; Eljay Cowherd, Bardstown High School; and Chris Coffey, Seneca High School.
"We are very excited about these young men joining the Georgetown basketball family," said GC coach Chris Briggs. "They are all quality student-athletes that have tremendous potential, both on and off the court. Each of these young men bring a different dynamic to our team, and I am eager to help them mesh with our returning players. I can't wait to get started with this group of newcomers in August."
Comcast SportsNet's NBA Insider A. Sherrod Blakely is reporting that today the Boston Celtics will hold workouts with six players at the team's practice facility.
Georgetown College's Gerard Coleman is one of those players. The Boston, Mass. native averaged 20.7 points per game with the Tigers.