September 06, 20141st2nd3rd4thFinal
Newberry300710
Charleston So.770216
Scoring
1st Quarter
CSUTD13:19SCOTLAND 52 Yd Pass From BROWN (KENNEDY kick)
NBYFG03:30Clark 20 Yd
2nd Quarter
CSUTD14:07DINKINS 20 Yd Pass From BROWN (KENNEDY kick)
4th Quarter
NBYTD07:40Swindler 62 Yd Pass From Murden (Clark kick)
CSUSAF06:10TEAM
Stats at a GlanceNBYCSU
1st Downs1211
3rd Down Conversions5-156-15
4th Down Conversions1-20-0
Passing (Comp-Att)174 (17-28) 176 (10-18)
Rushing (Att)49 (34) 85 (38)
Total Yards223261
Penalties8-358-63
Turnovers11
Fumbles Lost10
Interceptions01
Possession28:5831:02
Wolves kick off season at Charleston Southern this Saturday


Wolves kick off season at Charleston Southern this Saturday
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 | by Josh Manck, Assistant AD for Athletic Communications

NEWBERRY - The Newberry College Wolves' football team is finishing up preparations for the 2014 season, as they kick off against the Charleston Southern University Buccaneers this Saturday

GAME CAPSULE

WHO: Newberry College at Charleston Southern University
WHERE: Buccaneer Field on the CSU campus, North Charleston
WHEN: Saturday, September 2. Kickoff is at 6 p.m. EDT
TICKETS: Tickets will be available at the stadium. Fans can purchase tickets online here
WATCH: Charleston Southern will broadcast the game on the Big South Network
LISTEN: Newberry Hall of Famer Jimmie Coggins has the call on WKDK-AM 1240 in Newberry County. The audio will be live and also archived at www.NewberryWolves.tv.
LIVE STATS: CSU will provide live statistics via StatBroadcast 

GAME NOTES

THE GAME

• Newberry College begins its 101st season of intercollegiate football.

• Today’s game marks the 981st game in school history, with Newberry carrying an all-time record of 404-540-36 (.431)

• The Wolves are receiving votes in the AFCA poll. Charleston Southern is receiving votes in the FCS coaches’ poll.

• The teams do not share any common opponents this year.

 

THE CHARLESTON SOUTHERN SERIES

• This game is the ninth meeting between Newberry and the Buccaneers.

• Tonight’s game is the first meeting between the two schools since 1999.

• This will be Newberry’s fifth visit to Buccaneer Field. The Bucs are scheduled to return to Setzler Field in 2015 as part of a home-and-home agreement with Newberry.

• Newberry is 7-1 all-time against CSU and has won the last six meetings.

 

Oct. 3, 1992

at

Charleston Southern

W

28-12

Oct. 9, 1993

 

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

L

10-15

Oct. 8, 1994

at

Charleston Southern

W

50-19

Oct. 7, 1995

 

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

W

38-10

Oct. 12, 1996

at

Charleston Southern

W

35-6

Oct. 11, 1997

 

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

W

48-14

Oct. 6, 1998

at

Charleston Southern

W

28-25

Oct. 9, 1999

 

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

W

27-26

Sept. 6, 2014

at

Charleston Southern

 

 

Sept. 12, 2015

 

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

 

 

 

AGAINST I-AA/FCS TEAMS

• Newberry College is 9-18 against Division I-AA/FCS teams since joining Division II in 1991.

• Newberry’s last win over an FCS team was a 23-7 home win over Morehead State on Sept. 9, 2006.

• Of the nine wins over FCS teams, six are over Charleston Southern, who transitioned from Division III to I-AA in 1993.

• This is Newberry’s first game against an FCS team since visiting Samford in 2010.

• Newberry’s last game against a Big South opponent was the 21-7 home win over Coastal Carolina on Sept. 18, 2004.

 

THE COACHES

NEWBERRY:  Todd Knight (Gardner-Webb, 1989) is in his sixth season as Newberry’s head coach. He has a 28-25 record and a record of 5-3 against teams ranked in the AFCA Divsion II Top 25. He has an 18-16 record against the South Atlantic Conference. In 2009, Knight led Newberry to a 6-4 record and became the first Newberry head coach to record a winning record in his inaugural season since Reed Charpia in 1978. In 2010, Knight led Newberry to a 4-6 record, as well as the 2011 season. The Wolves went 5-6 overall in the 2012 season and achieved a ranking as high as No. 25 nationally. In 2013, he led the Wolves to a 9-3 overall record, making the school’s second appearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs. Newberry finished the season ranked No. 23 nationally.

This is Knight’s first appearance as a head coach against his former team, Charleston Southern. Knight was the Bucs’ defensive coordinator in the early 2000s.

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN: Jamey Chadwell (ETSU, 2000) is in his second season as head coach at CSU and his sixth season overall. He has a 35-25 overall head coaching record and 10-3 at Charleston Southern. He led the Bucs to their best season ever in 2013, reaching as high as No. 12 in the Division I FCS rankings.

 

UP NEXT: LIMESTONE

• Newberry hosts Limestone College for the 2014 home opener on Saturday, September 13, at 6 p.m.

• The game will be the second-ever game for the Saints. Limestone hosts Wingate in its first-ever game this week.

• This is the second straight year Newberry has hosted a first-year program (Florida Tech in 2013).

 

LOWCOUNTRY HOMECOMING

• Of the 95 players listed on today’s dress roster, 20 hail from the greater Charleston area.

• Based on current schedules, the game against CSU will be the closest to home these players will play a game in their college career.

1

Ryan Barnwell

RB

Jr.

Stratford HS

2

John Gadson

RB

Jr.

Stall HS

16

Baptiste Staggers

WR

R-Fr.

Fort Dorchester HS

22

Romelo Doctor

RB

So.

Ashley Ridge HS

28

Brant Sally

DB

Sr.

Stratford HS

30

Edmond Robinson

OLB

Sr.

St. John’s HS

34

Rashaad Smith

DB

So.

Fort Dorchester HS

35

Rashard Alston

FB

So.

Goose Creek HS

44

Dontavia Reid

ILB

Sr.

Goose Creek HS

57

Brandon Hughes

OLB

Jr.

Ashley Ridge HS

63

Alonzo McGill

OLB

Fr.

Berkeley HS

66

Josh Spigner

DL

Fr.

Ashley Ridge HS

69

Knox Butcher

OL

So.

Fort Dorchester HS

76

Bobby McNeil

OL

So.

Timberland HS

78

Tyler Stasky

OL

So.

Wando HS

80

C.J. Miller

TE

R-Fr.

Fort Dorchester HS

85

Chris Rouse

WR

So.

Fort Dorchester HS

89

Josh Walker

WR

So.

Wando HS

90

Brett Borders

DL

Jr.

Stratford HS

91

Isaac Ferguson

DL

R-Fr.

Timberland HS