CARROLLTON, Ga. - The West Georgia Wolves hit .316 on Tuesday evening at The Coliseum en route to a dominant 3-0 victory over the Clark-Atlanta Panthers in the 2019 home opener. 

Freshmen middles Carrington Terrell and Tierra White put on a show in this one, combining for 15 kills in 19 attempts, committing just two errors on the night. Both hit over .600 in the match.

The Wolves jumped out quickly in this one, leaping out to a 7-2 lead in the first nine points of the match. Senior setter Madi Fleming and the Wolves didn’t slow down at that point, finishing off the first set at 25-9.

In the second and third sets, the Panthers held close for the first half of the frame, but the Wolves pushed ahead late, winning 25-21 in the second set and 25-16 in the third. 

As a team, West Georgia delivered on 17 service aces in the contest, led by Fleming with five and McKenna Wharton with four. Fleming added 23 assists to lead the offense in the match. 

West Georgia will be on the road this weekend, taking on Lander on Friday evening in South Carolina.

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