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Louisville Metro Police officer Nick Rodman, a 2009 graduate of Georgetown College, died Wednesday, March 29, following a crash during an on-duty pursuit. The accident happened on Tuesday, March 28, at the intersection of North 26th and Duncan Streets in Louisville.
Rodman was married to Ashley (Stigall), also a 2009 graduate, and was a father of two. One child was just born this year. Rodman was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. A fundraiser to benefit the Rodman family is planned at the home spring soccer game noon Saturday at Toyota Stadium. Members of Pi Kappa Alpha will be assisting with the collection of funds, said GC women's soccer coach Leah Crews Castleman.
Georgetown College women's soccer continues to write history. In a decade, the Tigers have not had an athlete named to an All-Region team. The 2016 team has two second-team All-South Region National Soccer Coaches Association of America honorees.
Juniors Zoe Stovik and Lindsey Dunn joined eight other players to be on the second team, while 12 south region players were named to the first team.
"I cannot say enough good things about Zoe and Lindsey. They are driven competitors, dedicated to the success of their team," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "They never stop working and are constantly encouraging their teammates through their efforts. I am so thrilled to see them recognized through these awards from the NSCAA."
Nearly two weeks removed from a high-intensity, double overtime draw where both goals were scored late in the second half, Georgetown College and Cumberland University women's soccer faced off again.
Only two goals were scored again in the Mid-South Conference semifinal game in Bowling Green, Ky. However, for the No. 24 Tigers (13-4-2) both were first half goals by No. 16 Phoenix (12-3-2), falling 2-0.
Now Georgetown must await its fate to hear about a bid to the national tournament which is released noon Monday.
Georgetown College women's soccer team started its trek in postseason play with an impressive win over Life University Thursday in Bowling Green, Ky. The No. 24 Tigers (13-3-2) had four goals in a span of seven minutes to win 6-0 over the Running Eagles (2-13) in the Mid-South Conference quarterfinals.
Cassidy Hatfield got it started with her first of two goals in the 75th minute. Just shy of a minute later, Cleome Kerseg hit the sophomore with a nice pass for a quick 4-0 advantage. Emily Conner added a goal in the 81st minute and Katie O'Toole in the 82nd.
The onslaught got started with a header by defender Zoe Stovik in the 30th minute. She took a cross from Elise McKinney and buried it in the back of the net for all the offense Georgetown needed.
Georgetown College women's soccer team stacked up a few more awards following its stellar season thus far. The No. 24 Tigers are 12-3-2 and at one point tallied nine straight wins, best under current coach Leah Crews Castleman.
GC also went 5-1-1 in a very stiff conference – four of the eight teams were in the Top 25 or receiving votes throughout the season.
Wednesday night the Mid-South Conference took a moment to honor all the women for another great season. The Tigers brought home co-Coach of the Year honors, Champions of Character award and six all-conference team members to go with the 14 academic achievements already announced.