The University of West Georgia women's golf team fired a final round of 300 to climb to a sixth-place finish at the Barry Women's Invitational on Tuesday at Shula's Resort in Miami Lakes, Florida.

The 22nd-ranked Wolves shot a three-round score of 901 as a team for the tournament, finishing seven strokes behind Keiser University, which finished in fifth place. Rollins College won the tournament with a score of 871.

As individuals, the Wolves had six rounds of 74 or less for the tournament, led by Franziska Bremm, who had two birdies and four bogeys over the final 18 holes. The sophomore finished in a tie for sixth place with a three-round score of 218. Two of the three remaining rounds under 74 came from senior Lola Uribe, who had a 73 in the final round to finish with a three-round total of 221 after three birdies and four bogeys on Tuesday. She also had a 71 in the first round and finished the tournament in a tie for 13th place.

Sophomore Jordan Daniel fired a 73 in Tuesday's final round, going 1-under on the back nine to finish the day at 1-over par. She shot a three-round score of 231, good for 47th place. Layne Marie Carter closed out her tournament with an 81 on Tuesday for a three-round total of 235, followed by Maria Torres, who had an 80 in the final round to finish with a score of 237. Senior Taylor Sarratt played as an individual in Miami, shooting a 76 on Tuesday to finish with a three-round total of 232.

"Everyone contributed at some time during the event. Lola and Fran played solid all week and we got a 73 from Jordan [Tuesday]," UWG head coach Barry Harwell said. "Hopefully, we will see some benefit in next week's rankings."

The Wolves return home this week and begin preparations for next week's UWG Women's Invitational at Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrollton. Practice rounds will be on Sunday, with the tournament taking place on Monday and Tuesday.

UWG Men's Golf

The UWG men's golf team struggled on the final day of the Bearcat Invitational at Greenwood Country Club in Greenwood, South Carolina, on Tuesday, dropping out of the top-10 for a 13th-place finish.

Dan Benson led the Wolves individually, firing a 75 in the first round and a pair of 73s in the second and third rounds for a 221 and 13th-place finish. Carson Vaughn was two strokes behind Benson, finishing with a three-round total of 223, which was good for 25th place.

Samuel Jones, Valentin Riviere and Hunter Brown each scored above 80 in the final round Tuesday to finish in 60th, 67th and 84th place, respectively. For Jones (84) and Riviere (83), their scores were the first above 80 for the tournament, with Jones coming into the final round after a 73 in round one and 75 in round two. Riviere opened the tournament with a 75, followed by a 76 in the second round. Brown shot 80 in the first round and followed with two straight rounds of 81.

In the team standings, host Lander came out on top, powered by a dominating performance from Michael Pospisil, who won the tournament by 11 strokes with a 9-under-par 207.

The Wolves will finish the 2016-17 regular season on April 10-11 at the Big Blue Intercollegiate at Hermitage Golf Club in Nashville, Tennessee, hosted by Division I Tennessee State University.

UWG Baseball

As the UWG baseball team prepares for another Gulf South Conference road trip this weekend, the Wolves will get a midweek matchup in against Young Harris today at Cole Field. First pitch is slated for 5 p.m.

The Wolves hope to gain some momentum as they enter a pivotal weekend in GSC play at Shorter. UWG currently sits at 10-18 overall on the year with a 4-14 record in league play.

Ben Utley leads the Wolves with a .351 batting average, including a team-best 23 runs scored and 25 RBI. Price Peters is hitting .311 on the year with a team-high five home runs.

Tyler Washington is hitting .392 for Young Harris with 16 RBI and 17 runs scored. Zach Beggs leads the Mountain Lions with nine home runs and 22 RBI. He also has 27 runs scored.

The Wolves and Mountains Lions have both had their fair share of struggles on the mound this season as each have a team ERA above 5.00. Dalton Reagin leads the UWG staff with a 4.33 ERA in 27.0 innings pitched. He has 25 strikeouts and only six walks. Michael Livingston leads Young Harris at 4-2 with a 3.25 ERA.

WGTC Softball

The West Georgia Technical College softball team captured an 8-1 victory over the LaGrange College JV squad on Tuesday in a makeup of a March 12 rainout. The score from Game 2 was not available as of press time Tuesday night.

WGTC plays host to Gordon State College in a 4 p.m. doubleheader today.

WGTC Baseball

The WGTC baseball team suffered an 11-0 setback to Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on Tuesday to open its four-game series this week.

Tony Matos, Brody Chester and Adam Pedraza had one hit apiece for WGTC.

The Golden Knights (13-18, 2-7) travel to Tifton for a 4 p.m. single game on Friday, followed by a 1 p.m. twin bill on Saturday against the Stallions.

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