Carrollton, GA - As we reach the midway point of the 2017 baseball season the West Georgia Wolves look to pick up three Gulf South Conference wins as they travel to Clinton, MS to take on the Mississippi College Choctaws in a weekend series.

The series was originally set for Saturday and Sunday but has been shifted with rain expected in Mississippi over the weekend. The Wolves and Choctaws open the series tomorrow at 6 p.m. EST and conclude with a Friday doubleheader set for 2 p.m. EST.

The Choctaws enter the series 6-18 overall with a 4-10 record in GSC play. They most recently took two of three games from Gulf South foe Christian Brothers. West Georgia enters the weekend 10-15 overall and 4-11 in conference, most recently dropping three games to West Florida.

The Choctaws have hit .260 as a team so far in the 2017 season. They have scored 122 runs on 200 hits with 107 RBI. They also have 29 doubles, two triples, and 16 homeruns combined.

Casey Echols powers the Choctaw lineup with a .387 average. He also has six doubles and two long balls with 17 runs scored. Chance Witten has a .312 batting average, with a team leading six homeruns and 18 RBI.

MC has a team ERA of 6.74, giving up 185 runs in 195.0 innings pitched. Hunter Lacefield leads the Choctaws at 2-1 with a 2.96 ERA. He has 24 strikeouts in 24.1 innings pitched. He has also only allowed eight earned runs.

West Georgia as team is hitting .290 on the year with eleven homeruns and 150 runs scored. Ben Utley leads UWG with a .374 batting average. He has three homeruns, six doubles, and 21 RBI. Ryan Raper has 14 RBI and 17 runs scored to go along with a .329 average.