Alumni & Friends:
I want to thank you for your patience the past two weeks regarding news of our NCAA Division II application. For over one year Georgetown College trustees have been examining the role athletics will play in our future. On April 28, 2012, the Trustees determined that NCAA Division II best […]
Alumni & Friends:
Serious Students of History Invited to ’72 USA Olympic Basketball Reunion Seminars at Georgetown College
Georgetown, KY – Georgetown College is hosting a once-in-a-lifetime 40th Anniversary Reunion of the USA Olympic Men’s Basketball Team, Aug. 23-25, and Kentucky high school students – especially AP History classes – have a special invitation to attend a day of seminars at our Thomas & King Conference Center.
On Friday, Aug. 24, all 12 […]
GC’s Jessica Casebolt Named Miss Kentucky 2012, Has Mixed Feelings About Postponing Her Sophomore Year
Jessica Casebolt was shocked and elated when her name was called Saturday night – Miss Kentucky 2012!
A short time later at the University of Kentucky’s Singletary Center for the Arts, as the realization her life was changed forever, she experienced a bit of a downer. She thought of the things she won’t be able […]
You Can Participate in Reunion Events of 1972 USA Olympic Basketball Team; Sixers Coach Doug Collins is Banquet Speaker!
If you read your Insights magazine, you know this Once-in-a-Lifetime event – the 40th Anniversary Reunion of the ’72 USA Olympic Men’s Basketball Team – is being hosted by your alma mater, Aug. 23-25. But, you probably don’t aren’t aware of the big name basketball personality who’ll speak at the Saturday banquet, or the different ways you can be involved – as a golfer, a seminar participant, a diner, a sponsor…or perhaps all 4!
On Friday afternoon, July 13, the College issued the following statement to the media:
Georgetown College’s initial application for membership in NCAA Division II has not been accepted for the 2012-13 academic year.
The college received a letter Friday, July 13, 2012, from the membership committee stating it felt that Georgetown College was not ready to […]