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Nickel took over the Bears inposting a record ofa 78 percent winning percentage. The Bears won five conference tournament crowns and three regular season titles.
Georgetown College women's basketball coach James Jackson announced his reation after four years leading the Tigers. GC went in that span with the highlight coming during the season.
The team started with 15 straight wins, the most consecutive wins to start a season, and advanced to the national tournament for the first time in four years. Grace White and Michaela Kennedy had the hot hand Monday night, almost helping lift Georgetown College women's basketball to a win. It was close all the way, but the Wildcats eventually put enough distance to hold off the visitors in a win. BU advances to Bowling Green, Ky. Regular season Mid-South Conference women's basketball ended Saturday.
Georgetown College learned its seed and opening round opponent. Winner advances on to Saturday's quarterfinals in Bowling Green, Ky. A link to the tournament website is here. Madison Darnell scored 14 points to lead three Georgetown College women's basketball players in double-figures Saturday.
However, Martin Methodist College came out hot on senior day and took care of business. Whitney O'Mara and Michaela Kennedy each chipped in with 10 points, doing most of the scoring in the first half. Darnell poured in a dozen of her points, sparking a second half that saw the visitors pull within seven late in the third. Tigers name Nickel new women's coach.
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