November 18, 20171st2nd3rd4thFinal
Newberry College1512142061
King University819251971
Stats at a GlanceNBYKING
FG Percentage.316 (24-76) .406 (28-69)
3P FG Percentage.200 (6-30) .412 (7-17)
FT Percentage.700 (7-10) .800 (8-10)
Offensive Rebounds1411
Defensive Rebounds3140
Total Rebounds4551
Bench Points613
PointsNicola Handreck - 20
Ali Golden - 18
ReboundsMeg Essex - 13
Che' Davis - 13
AssistsNicola Handreck - 7
Ali Golden - 4
StealsNicola Handreck - 5
Taylor Freeman - 3
BlocksMeg Essex - 2
Che' Davis - 2
Newberry will travel to Tennessee to face King

Newberry will travel to Tennessee to face King
Friday, November 17, 2017 | by Asha Evans, Athletic Communications Assistant

NEWBERRY – The Wolves will face the Tornado on Saturday, Nov. 18 4:00 p.m for the first time in program history.

 Newberry College vs. King University
WHERE: Student Center Complex
WHEN: 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 18
RECORDS: Newberry is 3-1 while King is 1-2 on the young season.


  • Returned 12 players and added five newcomers; three true freshmen and two collegiate tranfers.
  • Newberry was picked to finish fifth in the SAC Preseason Poll.
  • Nicola Handreck reached 1,000 career points on Friday, Nov. 10th against Limestone in the Conference Carolinas-SAC Showdown.
  • Meg Essex needs 70 more blocks this season to tie recent Newberry Hall of Fame inductee, Tiffany Johnson at 225.
  • Essex has two double-doubles on the season to equal five on her career.
  • If Handreck drains 25 more 3-pointers she will tie Helen McKinney at 207.
  • Head Coach Sean Page needs 35 more wins to reach 200 at Newberry.
  • Shelby Britten hasn’t scored less than 15 points in any game so far.


  • King competes in the Conference Carolinas.
  • Won their first Conference Carolinas Tournament last season, defeating #22 Limestone College to earn their first NCAA Tournament berth.
  • Picked as #2 in preseason poll behind Limestone.
  • Lost their top five leading scorers from last season, but welcome eight newcomers.
  • Won their season opener against Mars Hill (67-53) but lost to Tusculum (60-96) and Carson-Newman (52-80)


For complete coverage, view game notes from the Newberry Athletic Communications staff.