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Georgetown eliminates CU from MSC women's soccer tournament

By Chris Megginson
News from Campbellsville University Athletics

RIO GRANDE, OH - Alexandrea Jansen scored a goal in the 23rd minute and that's all Georgetown would need to knock Campbellsville from Mid-South Conference Tournament play, 2-0, Wednesday afternoon, November 9, 2011.



The win by the Georgetown Tigers sets up a 5pmCT, Thursday match-up with No. 1, and undefeated in MSC play, Lindsey Wilson.Christina Thompson added an insurance goal in the 69th minute.It marked the second time this season that Georgetown defeated CU by a 2-0 score.

The loss dropped Campbellsville to 13-7 and improved Georgetown to 13-5-2. Campbellsville will next play in the Mid-East Region Tournament of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA).


This story was posted on 2011-11-10 06:58:35
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