The Wolves (4-2) took the first game, 2-0, and the second, 2-1, in 12 innings.
The two runs would be enough for Cody Skinner, who picked up his second win in as many starts, going six innings and giving up just four hits and walking two. Jamie Sexton earned the save in the seventh.
In Game 2, it was Tiffin getting on the board first taking advantage of a pair of UWG errors in the top of the first for the 1-0 lead.
UWG responded with a run in the bottom of the second as Hester led off with a single and moved to third on a sacrifice bunt and a fly out. Galen Smith singled Hester home to tie the game.
The score stayed 1-1 until the bottom of the 12th inning, where West Georgia brought a run home without getting a hit. Smith led off with a walk followed by a sacrifice bunt. Drew was then intentionally walked and Bradford Mattox drew a walk to load the bases for Andy Marinelli. Marinelli brought Smith home on an error by the Tiffin third baseman.
Alex Wilson picked up the Game 2 win, throwing two innings of relief allowing only two hits.
After a tough first day at the Charger Chillout on Friday, the Wolves (3-3) opened up with a 13-4, six-inning win against Ohio Dominican to get in the win column in Decatur, Ala.
Kaley Sullivan and Imani Cabell each had three hits to lead the Wolves with Nicole Yancey and Kristen Sheffield having two RBI each.
In the second game, the Wolves were held to just three hits in a 6-0 loss against Barry.
Sullivan had one hit and Cabell went 2-for-3, but the Wolves couldn't get any offense going as Barry scored two in the second and four in the sixth.
West Georgia will complete the Cookout against Quincy at 4 and Southern Indiana at 6 p.m. today.