The last regular season game went off with out a hitch. West Georgia cruised to a victory against conference opponent Lee University Thursday night at the Coliseum. This win ends the Wolves regular season with a 18-11 over all record with a 12-2 record at home. For three players this stat means more than it does to most. For seniors Lavon Gray, Sean Boston, and Ryan Godfrey tonight marks the end of an era. Each of these players have put sweat, blood, and tears into this season and it has not gone unnoticed. Tonight they were honored for their efforts. As the game ended with a 76-68 win over Lee these three outstanding young men ended their college careers, for the regular season that is. West Georgia will travel to Birmingham for the Gulf South Conference tournament to try and cap a season that can be called successful yet disappointing. 18-11 is a record to build on and coming off a year like last yaear’s 9-18 mark , it is a huge improvement. Now for the downside. 10 or their 11 losses came in the conference. After the Wolves started the season 11-1 they struggled tremendously in GSC play. With this said it is not out of the question for the Wolves to fair well in the Conference tournament. With a 10-10 record in the GSC they have a shot to go far and with the three seniors leading the charge nothing is out of reach for the Wolves.
My name is Justen Ransom. I am a student at the University of West Georgia. Sports are my passion. With that said I am a Mass Communications major Film Studies minor. My end goal is sports broadcasting. I have started that goal while I am getting my degree by working for the WOLF internet radio. I am the Sports Director and manage the WOLF's second stream The WOLF Sports. I have my own sports talk show as well as doing play by play for West Georgia Soccer Volleyball Baseball and Softball. I also simulcast Football and basketball. I now add to my work writing for the awesome site.