Georgetown College men’s basketball equaled its best start under coach Chris Briggs Monday evening with a dominating win to wrap up the first half of its season. The No. 4 Tigers (14-0) – and likely to be the new number one when rankings come out Tuesday – led by 40 at the break before wrapping it up 114-52 over Simmons College of Kentucky.
Shadell Millinghaus was an assist shy of a triple-double. The senior scored a game-high 26 points, grabbed a game-high 12 defensive rebounds and tied for the game-high with nine assists. Quan Poindexter finished with 21 points and eight rebounds. Troy Steward had 16 points. Jacob Conway had 14 points and eight rebounds. Jeremiah Tisdale had 12 points. Jahyde Gardiner rounded out the double-digit scorers with 10 points. Eljay Cowherd was a rebound and an assist away from a double-double, with six points, nine rebounds and nine assists.
The Falcons were led by James Mosley and Korey Mosley, 11 and 10 points respectively.
The 2015-16 team also started 14-0. Those Tigers went on to finish runner-up in the national tournament, falling in overtime.