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Georgetown College men's soccer fought to the end against Cumberland University in the quarterfinals of the Mid-South Conference tournament. The Tigers (4-10-4) contained the Phoenix (10-6-1) for most of the first half. However, in an eight minute span late in the first half, CU broke it open in a 5-0 Tiger loss.
Georgetown College men's soccer team celebrated a solid regular season with a banquet Thursday evening in Bowling Green, Ky. The Tigers had three players receive second-team all-conference honors – only a total of 31 players from eight teams made up both teams.
For the second straight season, JT Stephens was named to the second team. He finished tied for second with the most goals scored on the team.
Sophomore Nick Gregory had a banner year, scoring 10 of the team's 21 goals. He broke out with four goals in an early season win over Spaulding University. He added a hat trick against Mount Vernon Nazarene and had two game winners this season.
Georgetown College men's and women's soccer team have proven time and again this season the skill they possess on the field, but Wednesday afternoon the Mid-South Conference announced the dedication and intelligence they possess in the classroom.
Eight of the 67 men and 14 of the 82 women receiving a 3.25 or higher grade point average with at least a sophomore standing were Georgetown Tigers.
The No. 24 women's soccer team honored four seniors – Danielle Lang, Brittney Moshos, Makenzie Zimmer Sherrard and Abby Sobolewski – Tuesday night, all of which are third-time honorees as MSC All-Academic. Emily Conner, Jodi DeJohn, Emily Wright, Zoe Stovik and Elise McKinney are juniors who were honored. Sophomores Emily Anderson, Lauren Duggins, Bethany Massey, Fatima Maxwell and Skye Zimmer are all first time honorees.
Georgetown College men's soccer celebrated Senior Day against a tough Mid-South Conference foe. Cumberland University is receiving votes in the recent coaches' poll and were coming off three straight matches against ranked opponents. Limited to just two goals in that stretch, the Phoenix (9-6-1, 5-2) came out ready to score. They netted two in the first 20 minutes and did not look back in a 4-0 win at Toyota Stadium.
With regular season done the postseason picture comes into view. The Tigers (4-9-4, 1-4-2) finish sixth in league standings. CU finishes third, meaning a rematch of this match is set for Saturday in Bowling Green, Ky. as one of the four quarterfinal matches.
Georgetown College men's soccer welcomed nearby Midway University for a first ever showdown between the teams as the Eagles just added males to the general enrollment population this year. It could be a budding rivalry for the NAIA schools just 15 minutes apart. The Tigers (4-6-3) took the series opener in dramatic fashion. They got behind early before rallying for a 2-1 win at Toyota Stadium.
"I really proud of the guys to fight back after starting slow and giving up a sloppy goal," said GC coach Derek Willis. "After that goal we really controlled the majority of the game and were unlucky to only come away with two goals."
Nick Gregory netted his ninth goal and second game winner early in the second half off a beautiful cross from Jordan Murdoch.