CARROLLTON, Ga. - West Georgia's four-match winning streak came to an end Tuesday afternoon at Sunset Hills Country Club, as the Wolves fell 6-1 to the Lee Flames in Gulf South Conference action. 

Senior Jamie Bryant picked up the lone victory of the day for the Wolves, taking down Lee's Lauren Wood in No. 6 singles by a 6-0, 6-1. The win for Bryant was her fifth of the 2019 season. She and partner Bailey McCammon fell in No. 3 doubles play by a 6-0 score. McCammon took on Lee's Sierra Donaldson in No. 5 singles, falling 6-1 in both sets. 

Freshman Sofia Soltis had the most thrilling match of the afternoon at No. 2 singles, losing 6-1 in the first set to Lisa Kerr. The Flames looked to be set to sew up the match as Kerr led 5-2 in the second set. At that point, Soltis began to mount a comeback. In what was a hotly contested match across the board on the afternoon, Soltis won the next two points to pull within one at 5-4. In the final point, Kerr and Soltis went to duece before Kerr picked up the final point to take the 6-4 victory. 

Soltis and doubles partner Timia Commodore fell 6-0 in No. 1 doubles play on the afternoon, and Commodore lost 6-2, 6-1 to Asia Grzegrzolka in No. 1 singles play. Seniors Shelby Brown and Meg Cummings teamed up in No. 2 doubles play, falling 6-1. Cummings lost 6-1, 6-1 in No. 4 singles and Brown fell in two 6-0 sets in No. 3 singles. 

West Georgia falls to 7-5 on the year with the loss and 2-3 in Gulf South Conference play while Lee moves to 5-2 in league play and 14-3 overall on the season. The Wolves will be back in action on Sunday afternoon at Sunset Hills, taking on the Mississippi College Choctaws in Gulf South Conference play.