Nolan Berry
Nolan  Berry


St. Louis, Mo.

High School:
De Smet HS '13

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 235


Human Development


Aggies host Vandals in final home game of `15

UC Davis will end its brief homestand against Idaho Tuesday night before returning to the road next week


UC Davis returns home, falls to Air Force

Aggies will host Idaho, in their final home game of 2015, Tuesday night at 7 p.m.


Aggies turn back Hornets for Causeway win, 66-61

UC Davis forces Sacramento State to post season lows with its field goal, three-point field goal percentage and points total


Second-half scoring surge leads to 12-point win

Aggies end Saturday's game, at Utah Valley, with a 20-4 scoring run


Aggies end homestand with a 76-46 victory

UC Davis' defense forces Fresno Pacific to shoot 28.1 percent from the floor

2015-16: All eight of his points scored vs. Idaho (12/22) were earned at the line, in as many attempts... Scored 11 points for the third time this season on four field goals, including one three, at Saint Mary’s (12/4)... Fell one rebound shy of posting his first collegiate double-double; ended with 11 points vs. Sacramento State (12/2)... Set new career highs by finishing with 18 points, six field goals, two three-pointers and three steals, all game highs, at Utah Valley (11/28)...

 Earned five of his 10 points at the line and fell one rebound shy of a double-double vs. Portland (11/15)... Scored 11 points on 4 of 6 shooting in his UC Davis debut vs. North Dakota State (11/13)

Will redshirt the 2014-15 season due to NCAA transfer rules and regulations.

BUTLER (2013-14):
Competed in 18 games... In his inaugural game at Butler, Berry came off the bench to record four points and three rebounds against Lamar... Scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds in 15 minutes, all career-highs, against Manchester... Posted six points and five rebounds in 10 minutes at DePaul.

DE SMET HS '13: Earned four varsity letters... Three-year starter for the Spartans... Left De Smet as its second all-time leading scorer... Received all-state first team honors three times... Three-time all-conference selection... First team all-metro selection in 2011-12 and '12-'13... Collected second team all-metro honors in 2010-11... Shot .579 from the field, averaged 20.0 points, 8,8 rebounds and 2.38 blocked shots per game as a senior... Averaged 19.5 points, 9.2 boards and 2.6 blocks per game as a junior... Posted 18.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game in his sophomore season... Scored a career-high 37 points against Hazelwood Central as a sophomore... Collected a career-high 17 rebounds against CBC as a junior...Scored 30 or more points in four games and 20 or more in 38 games throughout his high school career... Grabbed 10 or more rebounds in 31 games... Blocked a career-high eight shots, against Jackson, in his final season at De Smet... Shot .658 and.579from the field in his sophomore and junior seasons respectively... Led De Smet to three consecutive district championships... The Spartans finished as state runners-up in 2013... Posted records of 23-6 in 2010-11, 19-9 in 2011-12 and 25-7 in 2012-13 -- seasons where Berry was a fixture in De Smet's starting lineup... Earned honor roll recognition all four years.

Nolan Berry is joined on the Mrak Mall by history instructor Neel Amin.

PERSONAL: Born in St. Louis... Parents are Margaret and Mark Berry... Nolan is the youngest of three children... Blaize and Keenan are his older siblings... Blaize earned a degree at the University of Miami... Majoring in human development... His grandfather, Ed, graduated from Saint Louis and played basketball professionally for the Boston Celtics and St. Louis Hawks... Jabari Parker is the best athlete he has competed against... The coaching staff and style of play are the reasons why he chose to transfer to UC Davis... Madison Square Garden is his favorite facility that he has played at... Non-sports hero is his grandfather... "Be yourself" is the best piece of advice he has received.

Year G-GS FG-FGA/Pct. 3FG-FGA/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct. Rebs. A Blk. Stl. Pts. Avg.
2015-16 10-0 26-55/.473 9-19/.474 31-39/.795 40 6 2 8 92 9.2
Totals 10-0 26-55/.473 9-19/.474 31-39/.795 40 6 2 8 92 9.2