Georgetown College Director of Athletics Brian Evans announced the new head men’s basketball coach Thursday afternoon. Four-year Tiger assistant to Happy Osborne, Chris Briggs, will immediately assume the leadership position, knowing and understanding he is taking over a tradition rich program. Not only has he been a part of that success here at Georgetown, but he was graduate assistant and student manager for legendary coach Tubby Smith.“Some might think we hired him because he was the next in line,” Evans said. “I don’t work that way. We have standards and traditions to uphold and just because one coach is gone doesn’t mean my expectations change. Briggs understands all of that and illustrated his clear vision for moving this team forward after Happy Osborne’s departure.”
Georgetown, KY – Georgetown College’s men’s head basketball coach, Robert “Happy” Osborne, Jr., has resigned to become an associate head coach at Tennessee Tech of the Ohio Valley Conference, it was announced today by Georgetown President William H. Crouch, Jr.
Osborne, a six-time Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year, spent the past 15 years as […]
A recent U.S. News report earlier placed Georgetown College (percentage-wise) among the top 10 institutions that sent its students to graduate school within a year of graduation. GC Provost Rosemary Allen said, “The capacity to get into grad school is one of the more important things an institution can give its students. Our high level of acceptance rate is testimony not only to the quality of education our students receive, but also the personal investment our faculty make in writing quality letters of recommendation.”
VP Garvel Kindrick ‘85 will be leaving GC to become a research analyst for a national enrollment consulting firm. But, his heart is still very much with his alma mater and he plans to help the College with reaffirming its accreditation this coming academic year. Also, read on as enrollment numbers are up!
Georgetown, KY – There’s more exciting news from U.S. News & World Report. The magazine asked guidance counselors from America’s Best High Schools in spring 2010 to tell them which national liberal arts colleges they think offer the best undergraduate education to their students — and Georgetown College certainly came to mind, ranking high on […]