The Wolves (3-5-3, 3-1-2 GSC) got on the board first against the Hawks on Friday when Mariela Ortega found the back of the next for the fourth time this season when her head met Anna Cusick's cross in the 18th minute for the 1-0 lead.
The Hawks (2-9-1, 1-3-1) came back to equalize in the 63rd minute of the game. The match remained tied for the next 16 minutes before Amelia Hernandez scored her fourth goal of the season of a Rebecca Uranga pass for the game-winning goal.
Last week's GSC defender of the week UWG goalkeeper Mary Laza kept her strong play allowing just one goal and making five saves in the win.
UWG was never able to get going against the Lady Chargers (6-8, 2-4) who scored the first two goals of the game to take the early advantage.
The 2-0 lead — goals scored in the fifth and 26th minutes — stood going into halftime before Ortega got the Wolves on the board in the 50th minute from 18 yards out.
But after making it a one-goal game the Chargers would put the match away with two more goals to finish the Wolves conference unbeaten streak at four.
The Wolves will return to action on Friday at 7:30 p.m. on the road at West Florida.
The fourth road game in a row caught up to the Wolves (8-8, 3-4) as they dropped Friday's match in straight sets against Shorter.
The host Hawks (13-2, 6-2) showed their intent early as they came out firing in a 25-12 win in the first set.
In the second set Shorter came out strong again, but the Wolves tied things up at 11-all and there was never much separation from there. The game was the longest of the season for UWG as Shorter took the 30-28 win.
In the deciding set the Wolves took a 19-18 lead late in the set, but couldn't hold on as Shorter finished the match with a 25-22 victory.
The Wolves will look to shake a two-game losing streak tonight as they return to The Coliseum to host Alabama-Huntsville at 7 p.m.