Wolves football set for 17-game slate this fall | times Georgian

As the fall season approaches, the University of West Georgia has announced its 2022 women’s soccer schedule, with 17 games scheduled to begin on August 27.

The season begins for the Wolves on the road as the UWG head to Clayton State for a showdown in Morrow on August 27th.

The 2022 campaign marks number six for head coach Stacey Balaam, who enjoyed a record 2021 season in which she led the Wolves to the Gulf South Conference Tournament finals for the first time in school history.

The first weekend series of the season comes until September according to the calendar. The Wolves will be in Daytona Beach, FL where they will face Rollins on Friday, September 2nd and a Sunday game against Embry-Riddle two days later.

From there, Wolves play their home game against Georgia College on Sept. 7 and then head straight back to begin Gulf South Conference play, taking on Valdosta State, Spring Hill and West in seven days to compete in Florida.

After completing six of their first seven matches outside of University Field, the Wolves have a nice home stretch from September 23 to October 2 where they will face off at University Field against Lee, Shorter, Delta State and Mississippi College.

The Wolves will then gear up again for four straight away games as they travel to Memphis on October 7 to face Christian Brothers and then to Jackson, Tennessee to face Union on October 9.

They will then do an Alabama swing, starting with the Alabama Huntsville Chargers on October 14, and two days later they will travel to Livingston to take on the West Alabama Tigers in the final away game of the season.

The regular season concludes at University Field, where Wolves host Auburn Montgomery and Montevallo on the last weekend of the season. These games are scheduled for October 21st and October 23rd.

West Georgia finished last season with a 9-8-2 record and won four of their last five games to reach the Gulf South Conference Tournament, where they eventually reached the championship finals but came up short in that one against the Lee Flames.

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