UWG bounces back against Miles
Fairfield, AL – November 30, 2005 – Winning isn’t always a pretty thing. It wasn’t pretty Wednesday night at Knox-Windham Gym in Fairfield, AL, but the West Georgia Braves came away with a 62-49 region win.
“We executed our offensive sets as well tonight as we have all year long,” said UWG head coach Craig Roden. “But we didn’t take care of the ball very well and we didn’t shoot free-throws very well, which are two very important things come conference time.”
The Braves committed 26 turnovers and shot just 44 percent from the charity stripe in the win. Tai Ellis was stellar on the night, leading the charge with 34 points for the Braves. Her offensive output was the second highest of her career. Ellis had 39 points last season at Clayton State.
West Georgia is now 4-2 on the year with the Valdosta State Ramada Limited Classic coming up this weekend. The Braves will play Saint Leo on Friday afternoon at 1:30 PM, followed by Florida Gulf Coast on Saturday at 2:30 PM.