All Sports - Archives 2017-18

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Tennis Loses to Lee in Tennessee
Women's Tennis 02/20/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. - The West Georgia tennis squad finished up a whirlwind six-day, season-opening road trip on Tuesday afternoon, falling to the Lee Flames in Gulf South Conference action.

Regular Season Finale Set for Thursday
Women's Basketball 02/20/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. Just one game stands between the West Georgia Wolves and the conclusion of the regular season as the Wolves travel to Auburn-Montgomery on Thursday for a 6 p.m. contest at the AUM Athletics Complex.

Fernandez Named GSC Pitcher of the Week
Baseball 02/20/2018

Carrollton, GA For the second time this season a UWG baseball standout has received a weekly honor from the Gulf South Conference. Andres Fernandez was named Tuesday the GSC Pitcher of the Week for his dominating performance in the Wolves' Saturday win over Albany State.

Wolves Third in Initial NCBWA Region Poll
Baseball 02/19/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. - A 10-0 start to the 2018 season, including five victories over nationally ranked foes, has caught the attention of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, as the West Georgia Wolves were ranked third in the first regular season poll, released Monday afternoon.

Dean Announces Spring Football Practice Schedule
Football 02/19/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. - University of West Georgia head football coach David Dean announced his 2018 spring practice schedule on Monday, with the Wolves set to begin practice on Saturday, February 24 at 9:15 a.m.

Tennis Falls to Mississippi College
Women's Tennis 02/18/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. - The West Georgia tennis program lost for the second-straight day this weekend on Sunday afternoon, falling to the Mississippi College Choctaws by a 9-0 score in Clinton, Miss.

Three HR Spark 24-Run Outburst in UWG Victory
Baseball 02/18/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. For the sixth time in the first 10 games, the West Georgia Wolves scored at least 10 runs, this time blasting Albany State by a 24-5 count at Cole Field on Sunday afternoon.

Wolves Split on Final Day Montgomery
Softball 02/18/2018

MONTGOMERY, Ala. The UWG softball team got a day two split at the Gulf South Conference Opening Weekend Festival as the Wolves defeated West Alabama 5-3 in game one and fell 7-5 to Alabama Huntsville in game two.

Wolves Fall in GSC Opener
Women's Tennis 02/17/2018


Wolves Hold On In Livingston, Take Down Tigers
Men's Basketball 02/17/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. The West Georgia Wolves held off a major late charge from the West Alabama Tigers on Saturday evening in Livingston, Ala., taking an 85-82 victory in Pruitt Hall to move to 13-13 on the year and 8-11 in Gulf South Conference play. For the first 10 minutes of the contest at Pruitt Hall on Saturday evening, the West Georgia Wolves struggled to find their offense, falling behind by a 16-7 score during that span. But over the next minute, a 9-0 run tied the game, spurred by Marquill Smith and Vinko Glavan, who combined for 12 points in the first 11 minutes of the contest. Glavan continued to have a strong first half, reaching 10 points in the period when he hit a layup to cut the West Alabama lead back to 26-25 with 5:22 left in the period. Over the next two minutes, the contest was a see-saw battle, as the two teams exchanged the lead on four-straight possessions before a missed three-pointer from the Tigers allowed for an Ovie Magbegor layup that gave the Wolves a 31-28 lead with 3:21 left in the half. Over the final three minutes of the period, the lead for UWG would stay right there, as West Georgia would go into the locker room at the break with a 38-35 lead. Glavan and Magbegor combined for 18 points in the period to lead the way for the Wolves. Early in the second half, West Georgia began to pull away with William Sides leading the way. Sides scored nine points in the first 12 minutes of the second half, as the Wolves took a 69-53 lead in that span. West Alabama, at that point, began to mount a comeback, outscoring the Wolves 24-11 over the next six minutes, pulling to within three points at 80-77 with 2:10 left in the game. In the final 30 seconds, things were crazy from Pruitt Hall, but the Wolves maintained that three-point lead and a steal from Marquill Smith with one second left in the game sealed the victory for the Wolves. Will

Harris Scores Career High, Wolves Top UWA
Women's Basketball 02/17/2018

LIVINGSTON, Ala. A season-high nine three-pointers from the UWG women's basketball team along with a career-high 25 from Aysha Harris helped propel the Wolves to a 92-82 win over West Alabama on Saturday in Livingston, Alabama as the Wolves locked up a spot in the Gulf South Conference Tournament with the win.

Michals, Fernandez Lead Wolves to Victory
Baseball 02/17/2018

CARROLLTON, Ga. Andres Fernandez and Christopher Michals were dominant for the West Georgia Wolves on Saturday afternoon in a single game against Albany State at Cole Field, leading the Wolves to a 13-3 victory in the first of a two-game series. The win marks the ninth-straight to open the year, marking the best undefeated streak to open a season in UWG baseball history.

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