CARROLLTON, Ga. - The West Georgia Wolves return to the road on Tuesday evening with their biggest test of the season thus far, as the Wolves take on the West Florida Argonauts in Gulf South Conference competition.

The Wolves come into the contest with a 1-12 record thus far on the season and an 0-5 mark in Gulf South Conference play after falling in two straight home matches this past weekend to Union and Christian Brothers, both 3-1 losses. West Florida is currently on a nine-match winning streak and comes into the contest with a 12-4 record on the year and a 4-0 record against league competition. The Argos have only lost one set in conference play, beating UNA 3-1 earlier this season. 

UWG freshman Anjelina Webb comes into the match leading the Wolves in the kills category, averaging3.04 kills per set. That number is good for eighth in the Gulf  South Conference in kills per set thus far on the year. 

West Florida will have live video and live stats available for fans to watch tonight through their Stretch Portal. The match is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m (EST) from the UWF Field House in Pensacola.