Georgetown College Baseball Finishes Record-Breaking Regular Season
Submitted on April 29, 2019
Georgetown College baseball completed a Mid-South Conference sweep of Campbellsville University this past weekend, securing the second seed in the upcoming tournament. With the wins, the No. 17 Tigers (42-11) tallied the most regular season wins in program history.
Coach Micah Baumfeld's 2014 NAIA World Series team won the most in program history overall – 46. This year's team currently sits at 42 wins with conference and the opening round of nationals to be played with the hopes of securing GC's third bid to a world series – second under Baumfeld.
The Tigers finished 13-5 in conference play with sweeps of Shawnee State University and CU. They took two of three from Lindsey Wilson College, Cumberland University and University of Pikeville. MSC regular season champion and No. 5 ranked University of the Cumberlands is the only league team to beat GC in a series, taking two of the three.
Conference play begins 3 pm ET Thursday when Georgetown faces Campbellsville. The winner advances to Friday's 3 pm ET semifinal game. The championship game is set for 5 pm ET Saturday with an if necessary game set for 1 pm ET Sunday.