CARROLLTON, Ga. - The West Georgia women's tennis team returned from spring break with a bang on Tuesday, blasting Snead State Community College at Sunset Hills Country Club in a 6-1 victory. 

The win was the fifth on the season for the Wolves, which is the third-best number of wins since the return of tennis to the University of West Georgia in 2010. The Wolves won nine matches in the 2015 season, then six in the 2017 season. 

The Wolves plowed through doubles play in this one, winning each in straight sets at 6-0. Timia Commodore and Sofia Soltis moved to 4-5 on the year with a win in No. 1 doubles while Shelby Brown and Meg Cummings moved to 6-2 overall this season with a No. 2 doubles victory. Bailey McCammon and Jamie Bryant won No. 3 doubles 6-0 as well to pick up their second win of the year. 

That 6-0 trend continued into singles play, as three Wolves won a singles match in straight sets at 6-0, 6-0. Timia Commodore earned her fourth win of the year in No. 1 singles with that score, followed by Bailey McCammon in the No. 5 flight and Jamie Bryant in No. 6 singles. For McCammon, the win was her sixth of the year and Bryant's win was her third of the season. 

Sofia Soltis took No. 2 singles at 6-1 and 6-0 for her fifth victory of the season and No. 3 singles player Shelby Brown won 6-0 and 6-2. For Brown, it was her sixth win of the year, giving her 18 career singles victories, and with the doubles win today, she now has 35 career total victories. In No. 3 singles, senior Meg Cummings lost the first set 4-6, the came back to win 6-3 in the second before falling 10-7 in the tiebreak. 

West Georgia will be back in action tomorrow, taking on Central Alabama Community College in non-conference action on the road.