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Nicole Fasick didn’t think she wanted to come to the University of West Georgia when she was growing up, but when she graduated from Douglasville’s Alexander High School, it just seemed like the perfect fit. Now, four years later, she’s due to graduate in the spring 2015 ceremony with a nursing degree. Nothing unusual in that, until one looks at everything else she has done in the last four years. Nicole is also a graduating member of the Wolves women’s basketball team. The 2014-15 season was the best since Scott Groninger became the Wolves coach in 2010. The team ended the season at 19-11, with the team scoring the most wins in a season since 2008-09. The Wolves defeated the University of North Alabama in the first round of the GSC Tournament on Super Tuesday, in the first-ever post-season game to be held in The Coliseum. They proceeded to the semi-finals at Samford University, where they fell to Union.Read More...