CARROLLTON, Ga. - A pair of three run losses made for a tough Saturday for the West Georgia Wolves baseball team as UWG dropped a pair of Gulf South Conference games to the West Alabama Tigers in a doubleheader at Cole Field.

The Wolves fall to 16-27 overall and 7-22 in Gulf South Conference play while the West Alabama Tigers improves to 29-16 overall with an 18-10 mark in Gulf South Conference play.

Game One
The Wolves overcame a six-run deficit in the series opener, as West Alabama scored a run in the first, three in the second, and a run in each the fourth and the fifth innings before the Wolves cut the lead in half in the sixth.

Bradley Felkel reached on an error to start a two-out rally as Spencer Cross singled to center to put runners on the corners. Felkel then scored on an Artemis Kadkhodaian double down the line, and Cade Marlowe then drove in two with a pinch hit double to left center.

Senior Ryan Raper's seventh inning long ball made it a 6-4 ballgame as the Dallas, Ga. native hit his third home run of the season.

Cade Marlowe picked up his third RBI of the game with an eighth inning double that cut the lead to one. With the bases loaded and one out, Nasser Williamson grounded out, but drove in the game tying run as Kadkhodaian crossed the plate to tie it up.

The Tigers took a big lead in the 11th with a four-run inning, going up 10-6. Ben Utley doubled home Ryan Raper to cut the lead to three in the final frame.

Ryan Raper, Artemis Kadkhodaian, and Cade Marlowe each had multi-hit games with Marlowe driving in three RBI on the day.

Game Two
Bradley Felkel gave the Wolves an early lead with his third home run of the season, a solo shot into the pine trees beyond the right field wall.

The lead, unfortunately would not last long as the Tigers scored five runs in the third. In UWG's half of the third, a Ben Utley single would score two, cutting the lead to 5-3.

A solo shot from UWA's Nick Delgado in the fourth inning would be the final run of the game as the Tigers completed a doubleheader sweep of the Wolves to clinch a series victory.

Up Next
The Wolves and Tigers are set to square off tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the series finale at Cole Field.