February 27, 20161st2ndFinal
Stats at a GlanceNBYBC
FG Percentage.380 (27-71) .508 (33-65)
3P FG Percentage.300 (12-40) .333 (9-27)
FT Percentage.667 (16-24) .600 (9-15)
Offensive Rebounds118
Defensive Rebounds2936
Total Rebounds4044
Bench Points3318
PointsGerald Evans - 14
Demarcus Threatt - 36
ReboundsBrandon Taylor - 9
Miles Leathers - 15
AssistsMitch Riggs - 4
D.J. Bostick - 6
StealsXavier Hill - 4
Miles Leathers - 2
BlocksXavier Holmes - 2
Miles Leathers - 2
Alex Moe - 2
Davis looks for 100th win at Newberry as Wolves close regular season at Brevard

Davis looks for 100th win at Newberry as Wolves close regular season at Brevard
Friday, February 26, 2016 | by Josh Manck, Assistant AD for Athletic Communications

NEWBERRY - The Newberry Wolves close out the regular season on Saturday, already knowing their South Atlantic Conference postseason road and hoping to hand their coach a milestone victory.

WHO: Newberry College at Brevard College
WHERE: Brevard's Boshamer Arena in Brevard, N.C.
WHEN: Approximately 4 p.m. on Saturday, February 27
RECORDS: Newberry is 17-10 overall and 12-9 in the South Atlantic Conference. Brevard is 5-22 overall and 4-17 in league play.
LIVE STATS: http://bctornados.athleticsite.net/livestats/bb/mbb/xlive.htm 
LIVE VIDEO: https://www.boxcast.com/show/#/brevard-basketball-vs-newberry-441722 
www.NewberryWolves.TV and live over the air in Newberry County on WKDK-AM 1240


  • The Wolves were hoping to host a home game in the quarterfinals of the South Atlantic Conference Tournament, but thanks to Lenoir-Rhyne's upset win in overtime at Queens on Wednesday, the top four seeds are set.
    • If Newberry wins and L-R loses today, the teams will tie, but the tiebreaker goes to the Bears based on their Wednesday win at QU.
    • Newberry has the tiebreaker over Carson-Newman should those two teams tie, thanks to the Wolves' win over Wingate.
  • So with the road to Timmons Arena already set, the Wolves must focus and prepare for a road game to close the season and finish on a high note.


  • A win Saturday would give head coach Dave Davis 100 wins at Newberry College in his sixth season at the helm of the scarlet and gray.

LAST TIME OUT: Newberry 98, Coker 69

  • The Newberry Wolves rolled to a 98-69 victory over the Coker Cobras in Eleazer Arena on Wednesday thanks to strong shooting performances in every category.
  • Mitch Riggs scored 16 points on 5-of-7 shooting, including a perfect 3-of-3 from three-point range.
  • Xavier Holmes scored 14 points and James Stepp netted 13, as 13 of 14 Wolves in uniform scored in the game.
  • Newberry shot 57.4% (31-of-54) from the field, including 68.0% (17-of-25) in the second half.
  • The Wolves also connected on 14-of-25 three-point attempts for a 56.0% percentage from long range.
  • The excellent shooting night was rounded off by a 75.9% (22-of-29) free throw percentage.


  • Newberry shot 46.6% from the field and 32.4% from the three point marker while shooting 50% at the charity line.
  • Dhonte Ford went 6-12 from the field, 2-7 from three point land to finish with a game high 16 points and notched three steals.
  • Brandon Taylor grabbed a career high 15 rebounds while finishing with seven points while notching two assists and one steal.
  • Xavier Holmes threw down three huge dunks as he finished 6-6 from the field, with five rebounds and 14 total points while Ronell Crockett was one rebound away from a double-double with 13 points and nine boards.
  • Newberry finished with 51 rebounds, 23 assists and 16 steals while forcing 27 turnovers.
  • Brevard shot 40% from the field while going 20-50 and shot 36.8% from three point land.
  • Fred Rambert had team high 15 points for the Tornados while Demarcus Threatt finished with nine points.