November 28, 20161st2ndFinal
Newberry6147108
Warren Wilson414990
Stats at a GlanceNBYWWC
FG Percentage.493 (35-71) .593 (32-54)
3P FG Percentage.450 (18-40) .318 (7-22)
FT Percentage.769 (20-26) .760 (19-25)
Offensive Rebounds185
Defensive Rebounds2022
Total Rebounds3827
Turnovers2528
Steals1814
Bench Points6814
LeadersNBYWWC
PointsGerald Evans - 27
Garth Bailey - 27
ReboundsD.J. Copeland - 6
Thomas Hay - 6
AssistsD.J. Copeland - 4
Luke Gibson - 4
Steven Horton - 4
StealsGerald Evans - 7
Garth Bailey - 4
BlocksMarshall Lange - 1
Thomas Hay - 1
Jaquann Lockhart - 1
Garth Bailey - 1
Newberry set for non-conference tilt against Warren Wilson


Newberry set for non-conference tilt against Warren Wilson
Monday, November 28, 2016 | by Bryan Eckelberg, Athletic Communications Assistant

NEWBERRY – Newberry men's basketball will travel to North Carolina to take on non-conference opponent Warren Wilson Monday night at 7:30 p.m.

 

WHO: Newberry College at Warren Wilson 
WHERE: Devries Gymnasium in Asheville, N.C. 
WHEN: 7:30 p.m.
RECORDS: Newberry 3-2, Warren Wilson 4-4
LIVE VIDEO: http://tinyurl.com/jgj3otp  
 

 

NEWBERRY STORYLINES

Newberry lost the South Atlantic Conference opener to No. 18 Queens 104-86 on Nov. 22.

Musah Sackor is currently second in the SAC in field goal percentage at 70.0 percent.

Newberry will look to defeat Warren Wilson, head coach Dave Davis’ alma mater, for the second consecutive season.

James Stepp leads Newberry with 14.8 points per game.

Seven Newberry players are currently averaging double-figure points per game. 

 

WARREN WILSON STORYLINES

Warren Wilson is 4-4 this sesaon and was defeated by fellow SAC member Mars Hill 107-80 on Nov. 19.

Michael Pomeroy is leading the Owls with 20.8 points per game. Devin Davis is averaging 11.0 points per game.

Warren Wilson attempts 26.3 three-point baskets per contest.

The Owls also shoot 77.9 percent from the free-throw line. 

 

NOTES

Newberry leads the South Atlantic Conference in free-throws made and free-throw percentage.

Newberry is second in NCAA Division II in steals per game and first in total steals.