September 28, 20161st2ndFinal
Newberry112
Southern Wesleyan044
Scoring
NBY42:29Nolan Hendrix (Cameron Provan )
SWU47:07Michel Herszenhaut
SWU61:29Christian Taylor
NBY62:15Davis Bryan
SWU64:33Michel Herszenhaut (Marcelo Vargas )
SWU87:25Skyler Mattox
GoalkeepersMinGASv
NBYBrad Dixon90:00411
SWUMiguel Uribe90:0027
Stats at a GlanceNBYSWU
Shots (on Goal)16 (9) 25 (15)
Saves117
Offsides04
Corner Kicks66
Fouls913
Yellow Cards21
Warriors outlast Wolves in second half flurry


Warriors outlast Wolves in second half flurry
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 | by Tanner Swift, Athletic Communications Assistant

CENTRAL, S.C. – In a second half that yielded five goals between the teams, Newberry (3-5) ended up on the wrong side of a 4-2 final at the hands of Southern Wesleyan (4-4).

“It was a tale of two halves for us,” said Wolves head coach Bryce Cooper. “We played fairly well, especially defensively in the first half.”

Nolan Hendrix helped put the Wolves’ on the board first in the 43rd minute on an assist from Cameron Provan, helping give Newberry a 1-0 lead at the half, however it was short lived.

Michel Herszanhaut posted his first of two goals just minutes into the second half.

After the Warriors built their lead to 2-1 on a goal from Christian Taylor in the 62nd minute, Davis Bryan pulled the Wolves’ back even on a goal just 45 seconds later.

Herszanhaut then put home the eventual game winner in the 65th minute. 

“We lacked the focus and intensity in the second half which ended up costing us the game,” stated Cooper. “This should be a wakeup call for us and show us at this level that there is no easy game. You have to put together good performances for an entire game, not just a half.”

Skyler Mattox eventually put the game out of reach for Newberry posting a goal in the 88th minute.

Of the 16 shots created, the Wolves’ had chances putting nine of those shots on frame. Miguel Uribe ended the match with seven saves for the Warriors. Brad Dixon stopped 11 from a Warrior offense that generated 25 shots on the night.

Daniel Reyes added four shots for Newberry. Juan Villa-Bailey & Claus Simonsen also tallied two shots apiece.

Newberry will continue their conference schedule as they travel to Tusculum on Sunday, Oct. 2nd. Kick-off is at 4:30 p.m.