The University of West Georgia Men's Basketball team secured a hosting spot in the GSC Tournament opening round by overpowering the Alabama Huntsville Chargers 83-54, despite playing without key player Camron Donatlan. Head coach Dave Moore emphasized the significance of the win for the team's confidence, highlighting their ability to deliver a complete victory in Donatlan's absence.

By the Numbers
  • West Georgia's record: 21-3 overall, 17-3 GSC
  • Alabama Huntsville's shooting percentages: 34% from the field, 27.3% from three
State of Play
  • UWG's dominating defensive performance limited Alabama Huntsville to a season-low 54 points
  • Zawdie Jackson's standout performance: 30 points, 10 assists, and five rebounds, shooting 69%
What's Next

UWG will face the Lee Flames in Cleveland, Tennessee on Wednesday.

Bottom Line

The Wolves' resounding victory, despite missing a key player, showcases their depth and resilience as they head into the GSC Tournament, instilling confidence and momentum for the team.