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2011-12 Women's Basketball
Record: 24-10 Home: 12-1 Away: 6-5 Neutral: 6-4 MSC: 12-4
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Jessica Foster lays in two of her new career-high 26 points in the win Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Jessica Foster lays in two of her new career-high 26 points in the win Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Basketball - Sat, Jan. 24, 2015

Jessica Foster tallied another new career-high in points, her third time to do so this season, and Georgetown College women's basketball took a 73-69 win over St. Catharine College in the Mid-South Conference tilt Saturday.

The No. 25 Tigers (11-7, 2-5) trailed by one at half and even by as many as eight in the early portion of the final 20 minutes. Foster scored 10 of her 26 points in a four minute span that put GC ahead for good. The lead eventually ballooned to 14, but the feisty Patriots (8-12, 1-6) got it back within four, 67-63, with 1:21 to play.

Lena Bramblett's team used fouling and a few untimely Tiger turnovers to try to get closer, but freshman Tralyn Woodard hit four straight from the line to help ice the game. Sophomore Emilie Ziese also picked up a huge charge that also stemmed the tied.

 
Emilie Ziese applies tough defensive pressure Thursday against Campbellsville. Photo by Richard Davis.
Emilie Ziese applies tough defensive pressure Thursday against Campbellsville. Photo by Richard Davis.
Women's Basketball - Thu, Jan. 22, 2015

Georgetown College women's basketball has had one tough stretch. The No. 25 Tigers played NCAA Division I Northern Kentucky in an exhibition, went to No. 14 Shawnee State University and then came home to play No. 3 Campbellsville University. CU came to town Thursday in a thrilling Mid-South Conference rivalry tilt, walking away 55-39 victors.

"That's one ridiculous set of games and that doesn't include our travels to Texas playing a Top 15 team and then to California for another Top 15 team," said GC coach Andrea McCloskey. "We've grown every step and it is hard when you are so competitive to be patient with the process, but I think we are on the verge of being a team people will not want to face."

Georgetown's woes inside the MSC, a league with seven of the eight teams in the Top 25 or receiving votes, at the hands of Campbellsville. GC falls to 10-7 and 1-5 in conference play, while CU improved to 19-1 and 5-1.

 
Women's Basketball - Thu, Jan. 15, 2015

Georgetown College women's basketball has had a tough road trek since starting the holiday break. It continued Thursday with a trip to a hot No. 14 Shawnee State University. This Mid-South Conference tilt restarted league play. The No. 24 Tigers looked solid early on, but a flurry of baskets from Ali Zieverink and transfer Shavon Robinson helped the Bears (17-3, 4-1 MSC) push out and hold on for the 68-59 win.

GC (10-6, 1-4) needed to defend the three, win the rebound battle and find a way to get to the line. SSU managed only one three off 13 attempts. The Bears have averaged 6.7 threes a game coming into the night.

However, they won the battle on the boards, 41-37 and more importantly 27-17 at the break, and attempted 32 more free throws.

 
Women's Basketball - Tue, Dec. 30, 2014

Bench points and three-point shooting helped No. 11 Westmont College (10-3) erase a six-point deficit and win at home over No. 25 Georgetown College (10-5), 65-54 in Santa Barbara, Calif. The Tigers trailed by one at the break and rallied midway through the second half, but Cora Chan and Karlie Storkson helped the Warriors on the comeback victory.

WC got 30 points off the bench, Chan had 15 and Storkson nine; while Georgetown managed just nine on a night that started much like the team's opener in the 2014 Westmont Classic. Seven Tigers scored in the opening 20 minutes, but most of the second half production came from senior Devanny King. The post scored a game-high 16 points, but the Warriors limited her touches down the stretch to take control of the game.

 
Women's Basketball - Mon, Dec. 29, 2014

Five long stretches of scoreless basketball helped No. 25 Georgetown College women's basketball take a 71-55 win over San Diego Christian to start the 2014 Westmont Holiday Classic Monday in Santa Barbara, Calif.

The Tigers (10-4) limited the Hawks to just 25 points in the first half and had a total of 12 minutes where they held SDC without a point. The Hawks (5-9) had just three players score in the opening half, but started to find a rhythm in the final 2:51 of the first 20 minutes.

They started a 22-11 run to pull within 42-40 with 14:52 remaining in the game. Coach Andrea McCloskey took a quick timeout to settle her team.

The Tigers responded with another stretch of stiff defense and a 52-43 lead. Emilie Ziese got the 10-2 run going with a pair of free throws. Jessica Foster followed with two of her five baskets. Ziese put in another as the sophomore tallied a new career-high eight points.

 
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