West Georgia takes down Valdosta

Valdosta, GA — October 22, 2005 – The West Georgia Braves have several must-win games left in order to make it to the 2005 Gulf South Conference tournament. They took the first step Saturday with a 3-1 win over Valdosta State.

The Braves came out smoking in the first two games, gaining a 2-0 advantage on the back of a 28 percent effort and a 30 percent effort on kills. UWG took the two games 30-24 and 30-25.

In game three, Valdosta came roaring back, holding the Braves to just 11 percent on kills in a 30-25 victory.

But West Georgia was just too strong in the final stanza, committing just three errors in the fourth game en route to a 30-20 win for the match.

Stephanie Singleton paced the Braves in the match, collecting 23 kills at a 28 percent clip. Carolin Schoeneck was the only other brave in double figures with 18.

West Georgia moves to 18-16 on the year and 6-5 in the Gulf South Conference. Next up is a non-conference matchup with Carson-Newman next Thursday at 7 p.m.

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