Wolves Weekly Sports Wrap-Up

The UWG men’s basketball team continued to dominate their opponents at home on Tuesday. The Wolves came away with an 89-85 victory over Shorter in the Coliseum.  UWG freshman phenom Deonta Stocks is the leading scorer in the Gulf South Conference. Stocks, along with senior leaders Lavon Gray and Ryan Godfrey, hopes to lead the Wolves to win their final regular season matchup against Lee University.  The Flames should be no match for UWG. Lee has not won a road game this season and the Wolves look to add one final win to their streak of six home victories.

The UWG women’s basketball squad will also see their final regular season play on Thursday night. The Wolves are set to face Lee University at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Flames are number one in the conference and post an overall record of 20-4 coming into Thursday’s matchup. Lee has won thirteen games in a row and will give the Wolves an opportunity to make a big statement in the GSC with an upset over the Lady Flames.

The Wolves baseball team is off to a rough start. UWG has suffered some tough losses and are sitting at 5-9 overall with only two wins in six conference games. The Wolves will meet up with Georgia College Thursday at 3 p.m. The GSU Bobcats are currently 7-3. UWG leadoff batter Shaquille Jackson is leading the Wolves with a .417 average. JoJo Underwood is tied with Jackson for the most hits so far this season with 17.  UWG hurler Jamie Sexton has two wins in five starts this season and has struck out 26 batters. The Wolves will travel to Lee University on March 1 before beginning a stretch of six home games at Cole Field.

The UWG softball team recently split a doubleheader against Georgia Southwestern at home. Their overall record stands at 12-6 with three wins in six conference games. Nicole Yancey is leading the team in hitting. She is currently batting .407 with 22 hits and has smashed ten home runs so far this season. Megan Stover is a force to be reckoned with on the mound. She has five wins and a 1.86 ERA along with 40 strikeouts. UWG will travel to Cleveland, Tenn. to face Lee University in their next action.

UWG track and field athletes recently competed in the Southern Mississippi Cupid Classic in Birmingham, Ala. The Wolves entered eleven events and faced off against teams from NCAA Divisions I, II and III. The meet was the second indoor tournament for the Wolves. They are set to host the Emory Invitational in Carrollton on March 21-22



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