By James Vallone
ROME -- Shorter welcomed Gulf South Conference member West Georgia to the Winthrop-King Centre and beat the Wolves in straight sets; 25-12, 30-28, 25-22.
Shorter got out to a quick lead after the first set, which saw the Lady Hawks hit .500. UWG would play tough in the next two sets, but Shorter would hold onto the victory. By the time the match concluded, the Lady Hawks hit an impressive .345 as a team.
Tanequa Whitman had 17 digs, while also adding three assists.
Jordan Corder racked up 47 more assists, including the final point of the match as she set up Crook to end the match.
The Lady Hawks (13-2, 6-2 GSC) are on the road October 11 at Lee for a 7 pm start, before returning home for back-to-back GSC home matches. October 13 has a 1:30 pm start versus West Florida, which is a rematch of one of Shorter's losses this season. October 14 will see Valdosta State on the court of the Winthrop-King Centre at 3 pm; Shorter already has a 3-2 victory this season at VSU on September 13.