CGTC Women’s Basketball Releases 2017-18 Season Schedule

CGTC Women's Basektball

Macon, GA – The Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) Athletics Department has announced the 2017-18 women's basketball schedule. The Lady Titans' season will include 14 home games and 18 Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (GCAA) conference match-ups, including home-and-home series against Georgia Highlands College, East Georgia State College, Andrew College, Albany Technical College, Atlanta Metropolitan State College, and South Georgia Technical College.

Following four exhibition games on the road in October, the Lady Titans will open their season at home in Macon on November 8 against the 2016-17 GCAA Runner-up, Georgia Highlands College. After two road games at Chattanooga State Community College (11/14) and East Georgia State College (11/15), the team will return to Macon for match-ups against Oglethorpe University JV (11/16) and Cleveland State Community College (11/21).

The team will round out the month of November with play in the South Georgia Technical College Lady Jets Holiday Classic (11/25-26) and an away game at Andrew College (11/29). Pre-season play will come to an end when the Lady Titans head to Florida to compete in the Chipola Classic December 8-9.

Heading into the heart of conference action, the Lady Titans will travel to face Albany Technical College on December 12, before returning home against Chattanooga State Community (12/16) and Atlanta Metro (12/30).

Of the 16 remaining regular season games for the Lady Titans in January and February, 15 of them will come against conference opponents. Notable games of the final two months include three games (1/3, 1/20, and 2/3) versus the 2016-17 conference champions, South Georgia Technical College, and two games (1/13 and 1/27) against Georgia Highlands.

The women's basketball team finished the 2016-17 season with 12-19 overall record and a 4-10 record in the conference. With all new faces on this year's roster, the Lady Titans are looking to make their mark in the GCAA.