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Record: 45-11 Home: 19-5 Away: 22-4 Neutral: 4-2 MSC: 18-5
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Baseball - Mon, Aug. 28, 2017

Georgetown College baseball is hosting its annual golf scramble Sunday, Oct. 15. Come for a round of golf at Kearney Hills Golf Links. For $125 a player, or $500 for a team of four, you will receive 18 holes of golf, golf cart, lunch on the course, range balls with the potential to win player gifts and door prizes.

Contests include – longest putt, longest drive and closest to the pin.

Tee off is a shotgun start at 9 am.

 
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Baseball - Thu, Aug. 17, 2017

Georgetown College baseball will give fans a glance into the upcoming season with the annual intrasquad scrimmage. The returners will battle the newcomers 1 pm Saturday at Robert N. Wilson Field.

"It's always exciting to start our season this way," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "We get a chance to break the ice and for teammates to enjoy a game before we really delve into fall practices."

The Tigers were 32-19 a season ago. For the returners, Kyle Fieger, Nick Giambolvo, Ryan Garner, Shamon Moss, Brandon Benson, Sean Williams and Rodnee Little will highlight the team.

 
Chaz Meadows decked out in his Diamondback uniform.
Chaz Meadows decked out in his Diamondback uniform.
Baseball - Wed, Jul. 26, 2017

Former Georgetown College baseball player, Chaz Meadows has been focused and driven by one goal, a bar he set for himself when he was five-years-old. This past week, that dream became reality as he signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

"This was really exciting news to receive from a very deserving young man," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "Chaz has a ton of athletic ability and no one can ever question his heart. He did this himself and should be proud of how much he has grown. He is where he is because of his hard work and never believing any critics, only believing himself and his goal to become a major league player."

Meadows, a two-year starter for the Georgetown College Tigers, has been playing independent baseball since graduating. The shortstop and third baseman spent 2016 with the Sonoma Stompers out of Sonoma, Calif.

 
Michael Koltak and Andrew Paz talk pitches during the seventh. Photo by David Gerhart
Michael Koltak and Andrew Paz talk pitches during the seventh. Photo by David Gerhart
Baseball - Sat, May 6, 2017

The flood gates opened in the wrong direction and Georgetown College baseball got caught swimming upstream in an elimination game Saturday. University of Pikeville trailed by one with two outs in the seventh of the Mid-South Conference tournament in Bowling Green, Ky. With both teams' postseason futures on the line, the Bears claws came out. However, GC with its back to the wall swatted with all its might, coming up one run short of a rally for extra innings, 13-12.

Pikeville (27-23) started the top of the seventh with a leadoff walk. A wild pitch advanced him to second, but two outs seemed to make it another routine inning in a 2-1 game. A two-out double tied it, and it was all downhill from there. UPike scored 12 runs off 10 hits (all with two outs), knocked four pitchers from the game – three that did not record an out – and in a crazy twist needed every one of those runs.

Georgetown (32-19) sent 13 batters to the plate, scored 10 runs in the bottom of the ninth and were a swing away from erasing that devastating seventh inning. Ryan Viramontes highlighted the inning with a three-run home run for a 13-12 game, but the Bears pitching finally came through and closed the door with a strikeout.

 
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Baseball - Sat, May 6, 2017

A pair of runs in the bottom of the second, third and fourth innings put University of the Cumberlands in the driver's seat against Georgetown College baseball Saturday in the Mid-South Conference tournament championship bracket. The Patriots (40-15) cruised 7-1 over the Tigers (32-18), which now must rally out of the elimination bracket for a shot at the title on Sunday in Bowling Green, Ky.

GC stranded 10 runners over the course of the nine inning game and managed just one run in the top of the sixth. Rodnee Little reached on an error and scored of Nick Giambalvo's sacrifice fly.

UC pounded out 11 hits, but was also aided with four errors – three coming in the third inning. Georgetown starter Michael Conrad scattered 11 hits, got out of some jams, but allowed five of the runs. Steven Whisler did two innings of relief work with no hits and no runs with three strikeouts.

 
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