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Georgetown College women's lacrosse will be holding a preseason camp Saturday, Feb. 1 at Toyota Stadium. Athletes ninth through 12th graders are invited to attend. All experience is welcome and players will be divided up into groups from beginners to advanced.
In addition to four hours of instruction with Brandon Davis, head coach for the Tigers' new program, players will have a sports nutrition session with the GC athletic training staff and a question and answer session on recruiting.
Georgetown College women's lacrosse finished off the fall slate with a play day at Baldwin-Wallace. The four-game Sunday helped the Tigers to head into the winter portion with things with which to work.
"These were mostly established new teams," said GC coach Brandon Davis. "What I mean by that is we are a new team, six weeks together, these were new programs either playing their first year as a varsity team or several years into the club scene.
Georgetown College women's lacrosse team hosted a play day this past Saturday and notched the programs first victories. The Tigers bested Xavier University and University of Cincinnati's club team.
"These two games show a lot of growth from our match with Centre a few weeks ago and even from game to game Saturday," said GC coach Brandon Davis. "We never trailed and really worked well together consider how long we've been working."
The Tigers handed Xavier a 10-4 setback to start the day and ended the day with a 17-9 win over Cincinnati. UC won the match between the two Ohio school's 15-14.
Georgetown College women's lacrosse team opened its schedule of games Sunday afternoon at Centre College. This is the inaugural season and is classified as a club team until the 2015-16 season.
"It is all about building and learning right now," said Tiger head coach Brandon Davis. "We saw improvement throughout the game Sunday at that is huge."
Davis, who is no stranger to building a program from the ground up, has nine recruits who have played lacrosse mixed with seven ladies who have athletic backgrounds but not necessarily played lacrosse.
Georgetown College announced its first lacrosse signee earlier this summer and coach Brandon Davis is pleased to add an additional eight young ladies to the 2013 recruit class.
"This is exciting and very energizing to get this ball rolling," Davis said. "With this first group, I was looking to build the foundation. I have my core nine players, and we will be holding tryouts come this fall to add some additional players from the student body."
Joining Brooklyn Fox is Merrisa Heraldson, Taylor Young, Brittney Harnage, Amber Hunley, Willy Robinson, Elizabeth Roberts, Kaysie Smith and Jordan McClure.