Wolves fall in second game at Titans Arena

With one visiting player recording a triple-double (points, rebounds, and assists) on the day and another recording a double-double (points and rebounds), a win on Sunday was not in the cards for the Wolves. They faced an offensive onslaught from a Berea College program that shot 51% from the field and a demoralizing 60% from three. 

Head Coach Kyle Herring spoke after the game saying, "We started out playing really good defense in the game and then Berea caught absolute fire. 60% from three point range is unheard of. I have to give them credit for that. Today we looked like we played yesterday, which we did. We have to do a better job of just keeping our energy levels up."

Wesleyan will have a couple of days off before they host LaGrange college in their last home game of the season. Tip off will be at 6:00 PM at Porter Gymnasium.