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Seniors Parsons and Brooks Selected GC Homecoming Royalty

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Zakary Thomas Clay Parsons and Lacey Janette Brooks were selected king and queen for Georgetown College’s 2014 homecoming.

They were honored during halftime of the October 18 football game where the Tigers were victorious 42-13 over University of the Cumberlands.

Parsons, who is majoring in exercise science, is a native of Lancaster. He […]

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Men’s Soccer Team Lends Support to Special Olympics Soccer Tournament

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Having a servant heart and being a servant leader are values in the NAIA Champions of Character program. It is also a staple of Georgetown College’s athletic programs.

On Sunday, October 19, Tiger men’s soccer participated in one of its most-looked-forward-to events – the Special Olympics Soccer Tournament.

“Guys have started to ask when […]

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Georgetown Dominates Offensively and Defensively in 42-13 Homecoming Win

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Nick Seither popped the ball loose from Blake Ingleton. Jerry Williams III fell on it. Two plays later Neal Pawsat hooked up with Ben Patenaude for a 94-yard strike, breaking Georgetown College’s longest pass completion and reception record set in 2003. The touchdown play also broke the back of visiting University […]

By |October 20th, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off

Georgetown College Inaugurates its 24th President, M. Dwaine Greene

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – In a stirring ceremony marked by academic pageantry and a promising outlook, M. Dwaine Greene, Ph.D., was inaugurated on Friday, October 16, 2014, as the 24th president of Georgetown College.

The ceremony, on a day blessed with sunshine and a clear blue sky, featured an academic procession of trustees, faculty, administrators and students, […]

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‘Shoeless’ Lauren Von Ohlen Enjoys Hole-in-One as Women’s Golf Season Ends

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Major League Baseball has shoeless Joe Jackson, but Georgetown College women’s golf has shoeless Lauren Von Ohlen. The senior from Louisville plays on a regularly enough basis sans shoes that coaches, her own and opposing, take notice when they are still on her feet.

So it was second nature after 14 holes […]

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