CARROLLTON, Ga. – The West Georgia tennis program is looking to to finish strong with only two more matches left in the regular season. Coming off a tough weekend in Pensacola, Fla., the Wolves hope to secure a home victory against Georgia Southwestern tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrollton.

Freshmen Bailey McCammon was solid for the Wolves, leading the way with three wins last weekend, and will look to continue that play to wrap up the regular season. One of those wins came against long time Gulf South Conference rival Valdosta State, which was the first time in school history a UWG player defeated VSU in a singles match.

McCammon and partner Meg Cummings also won in doubles play against 12th-ranked West Florida over the weekend, marking the first match West Georgia has taken against the UWF program in school history.

Seniors Gabrielle Chanthaphaeng and Sara Watson aim to finish their final seasons with the Wolves on a winning note. Chanthaphaeng dominated last Saturday not losing a set in the number four singles spot. Watson walked away with a win as well in number one singles play against Delta State.

The Wolves will look to rally around these three key players in this home matchup in hopes of wrapping up the 2018 campaign on a winning note. First serve for Thursday’s match at Sunset Hills is set for 2 p.m.