Georgetown vs. No. 19 DePaul Doubleheader Cancelled Due to Rain
May 3, 2009
WASHINGTON, D.C. - WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Georgetown University Softball team was left to do battle with the rain and water-filled tarp instead of No. 19 DePaul, as the Hoyas season-finale with the Blue Demons was cancelled due to rain. The game will not be made up, as the Hoyas finish the 2009 season with a 17-30 overall record and 8-14 in their first season of BIG EAST Conference play.
Sunday was scheduled to be Senior Day for the Hoyas, as Christina Gallinari and Kat Incantalupo were set to be recognized prior to the game.
Gallinari, the program's first four-year letterwinner and member of its inaugural team, served as one of the Hoyas tri-captains during her senior season. Gallinari started 73 of 110 games played in right or left field for Georgetown. Away from the field, Gallinari has served as softball's representative to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and represented Georgetown at the NCAA Division I Regional Leadership Conference. On campus, Gallinari has served as a Blue & Gray Campus Tour Guide as well as a New Student Orientation Advisor. She has also participated in numerous community service projects, including Walk Now for Autism, Walk for Lupus and the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. She will graduate later this month from the McDonough School of Business and plans on attending Law School in the Fall.
Incantalupo, a three-year letterwinner and member of its inaugural team, started 82 of 100 games played in the outfield. Incantalupo also recorded the first hit and first run in program history in 2006. Away from the field, Incantalupo is a founding member of United Feminists at Georgetown. An English major with a women's and gender studies minor, Incantalupo will graduate from the college with a cumulative GPA of 3.8 and plans on attending law school in the future.