CARROLLTON, Ga. - A pair of great pitching performances helped the UWG baseball team to a 3-1 midweek win over in-state opponent Emmanuel College at Cole Field on Tuesday evening.

CJ Fehribach got the start for the Wolves, and the freshman delivered pitching five complete, and allowing just one run on five hits and a walk as the Douglasville native earned his first career collegiate win.

The second pitching performance of note was from junior Andrew Marshall as he came on in relief of Fehribach and tossed four inning of shutout baseball, and gave up just two hits as he picked up a save, the first of his UWG career.

The Wolves needed that type of performance on the mound in a game where runs were at a premium, as UWG mustered just three runs on five hits.

How it Happened
After back-to-back scoreless innings, the Wolves got on the board in the third as Dalton Gilliam singled after an Artemis Kadkhodaian walk that put runners on the corners with just one out. Ryan Raper then reached on a fielder's choice that scored Kadkhodaian.

West Georgia then got two more runs in the fourth as Bradley Felkel and Brett Anderson started the frame with back-to-back singles. After the runners moved over on a ground ball from Drew Eady, Felkel scored on a wild pitch, before Nassor Williamson doubled home Anderson for a 3-0 Wolves lead.

The Lions responded with a run in the fifth off of Fehribach, as EC scored on a pair of singles and a walk.

No runs would come across for either team as the bullpens went to work.

Only five Wolves had hits on the day, with Williamson leading the way with the only extra base hit and the RBI.

Up Next
The Wolves are set to travel to Americus, GA for another midweek clash with an in-state opponent tomorrow. First pitch for West Georgia and Georgia Southwestern is set for 5 p.m.
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