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The family of former Tigers quarterback Patrick Sapp who died in July will be the special guests and honorary team members at this Saturday’s home football game as the Georgetown College Tigers take on the Battlers of Alderson Broaddus (WV) University. Kickoff is at 1:30 p.m. at Toyota Stadium.
Sapp was the team’s starting quarterback […]
Rallies in conjunction with Georgetown College’s recently-announced Love and Loyalty Campaign have been scheduled for the remainder of October and into mid-November. These events are a follow-up to the brochure which was mailed in September. They are also perfect get-acquainted opportunities.
Alumni often express their love for their alma mater and the quality of education […]
Georgetown College is the favorite to win the 2016-17 Mid-South Conference men’s basketball regular season title, the conference office has recently announced. The Tigers begin play on Oct. 25, hosting Central Penn at 7 p.m. in Davis-Reid Alumni Gym.
Georgetown earned a total of 44 points and three of the eight first-place votes. Last season, […]
As the team’s athletic trainer, Karla Wessels, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Director of Georgetown College’s Athletic Training Program, was on the sidelines when the USA women’s wheelchair basketball squad brought home the gold at the recently-completed Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. Going undefeated and receiving the gold after defeating Germany 62-45 was the […]
Georgetown College has been named one of five host schools for the inaugural Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC) taking place in April 2017. Detailed information and application are available online. http://www.kylgec.com/
The regional competitions of the LGEC are open to any high school student teams – public, private, or homeschool – who submit their intent […]