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Wofford Terriers
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School Name: Wofford College
Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina
Arena: Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium
Capacity: 3,400
Conference: Southern
Head coach: Mike Young

The Wofford Terriers men’s basketball team represents Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, in Division I of the NCAA. The school's team competes in the Southern Conference. The Terriers are currently coached by Mike Young. Wofford plays its home games at Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium.

In 2010, Wofford won the Southern Conference and made its first trip to the NCAA championship, a feat which they repeated in 2011.

NCAA Division I History

The Terriers have been playing Division I basketball in the Southern Conference since the 1997-98 season.

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Wofford (Southern Conference) (1997–present)
1997-1998 Richard Johnson 9-18 6-8 T-2nd (South)
1998-1999 Richard Johnson 11-16 8-8 3rd (South)
1999-2000 Richard Johnson 14-16 8-8 3rd (South)
2000-2001 Richard Johnson 12-16 7-9 5th (South)
2001-2002 Richard Johnson 11-18 5-11 6th (South)
2002-2003 Mike Young 14-15 8-8 T-3rd (South)
2003-2004 Mike Young 9-20 4-12 5th (South)
2004-2005 Mike Young 14-14 7-9 5th (South)
2005-2006 Mike Young 11-18 6-9 5th (South)
2006-2007 Mike Young 10-20 5-13 5th (South)
2007-2008 Mike Young 16-16 8-12 4th (South)
2008-2009 Mike Young 16-14 12-8 4th (South)
2009-2010 Mike Young 26-9 15-3 1st (South) NCAA 1st Round
2010-2011 Mike Young 21-12 14-4 T-1st (South) NCAA 2nd Round
Wofford: 194-222 113-122
Total: 194-222

      National Champion         Conference Regular Season Champion         Conference Tournament Champion
      Conference Regular Season & Conference Tournament Champion       Conference Division Champion

Roster

# Name Position Ht Wt Class Hometown
1 Cameron Rundles G 6-1 190 Senior Minneapolis, MN
2 Nathan Parker F 6-6 200 Sophomore Knoxville, TN
5 Jamar Diggs G 6-2 180 Senior Minneapolis, MN
10 Kevin Giltner G 6-6 200 Junior Kingston Springs, TN
13 Taylor Wagener G 6-3 185 Sophomore Charlotte, NC
14 Aerris Smith F 6-7 240 Freshman Charlotte, NC
15 Matt Steelman G 6-2 180 Junior Central, SC
21 Drew Crowell F 6-9 230 Junior Charleston, SC
25 Joseph Tecklenburg F 6-4 200 Junior Charleston, SC
35 Brad Loesing G 6-0 180 Junior Cincinnati, OH
40 Cameron McQueen C 6-8 240 Freshman Charlotte, NC
41 Tim Johnson F 6-6 228 Senior Memphis, TN
42 Noah Dahlman F 6-6 215 Senior Braham, MN
50 Terry Martin F 6-6 235 Senior Cincinnati, OH
53 Domas Rinksalis F 6-9 220 Sophomore Siauliai, Lithuania

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Schedule

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Record
Regular Season
Fri, Nov 12* 8:00 pm Minnesota Williams ArenaMinneapolis, MN L 55–69  0–1
Mon, Nov 15* 7:00 pm Clemson Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, SC L 70–78  0–2
Thu, Nov 18* 2:30 pm vs. USC Upstate Carolina First ArenaCharleston, SC
(Charleston Classic – Quarterfinals)
W 79–61  1–2
Fri, Nov 19* 2:30 pm vs. #20 Georgetown Carolina First Arena • Charleston, SC
(Charleston Classic – Semifinals)
ESPNU L 59–74  1–3
Sun, Nov 21* 5:30 pm vs. George Mason Carolina First Arena • Charleston, SC
(Charleston Classic – Third Place)
ESPNU W 82–79 OT 2–3
Wed, Nov 24* 6:00 pm Air Force Benjamin Johnson ArenaSpartanburg, SC L 66–72 OT 2–4
Sat, Nov 27* 6:30 pm Xavier Cintas CenterCincinnati, OH L 90–94 3OT 2–5
Thu, Dec 2 7:00 pm UNC Greensboro Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC W 92–70  3–5 (1–0)
Sat, Dec 4 7:00 pm Elon Alumni GymElon, NC W 75–69  4–5 (2–0)
Sat, Dec 11* 7:00 pm South Carolina Colonial Life ArenaColumbia, SC L 53–64  4–6
Sat, Dec 18* 7:00 pm High Point Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC W 79–65  5–6
Wed, Dec 29* 7:30 pm VCU Stuart C. Siegel CenterRichmond, VA
(VCU Tournament)
L 66–75  5–7
Thu, Dec 30* 5:00 pm vs. Cornell Stuart C. Siegel Center • Richmond, VA
(VCU Tournament)
L 80–86  5–8
Thu, Jan 6 7:00 pm The Citadel Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC W 78–60  6–8 (3–0)
Sat, Jan 8 6:00 pm College of Charleston Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC CSS L 73–77  6–9 (3–1)
Wed, Jan 12 8:00 pm Georgia Southern Hanner FieldhouseStatesboro, GA W 74–65  7–9 (4–1)
Sat, Jan 15 7:00 pm Davidson John M. Belk ArenaDavidson, NC W 69–64  8–9 (5–1)
Thu, Jan 20 7:00 pm Chattanooga Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC W 88–56  9–9 (6–1)
Sat, Jan 22 2:00 pm Samford Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC W 81–43  10–9 (7–1)
Mon, Jan 24 7:00 pm Furman Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC L 68–73 OT 10–10 (7–2)
Thu, Jan 27 7:00 pm Appalachian State Holmes CenterBoone, NC SportSouth W 74–65  11–10 (8–2)
Sat, Jan 29 7:00 pm Western Carolina Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC W 75–66  12–10 (9–2)
Thu, Feb 3 7:00 pm College of Charleston Carolina First Arena • Charleston, SC ESPNU L 54–79  12–11 (9–3)
Sat, Feb 5 7:00 pm The Citadel McAlister Field House • Charleston, SC W 74–60  13–11 (10–3)
Wed, Feb 9 7:00 pm Davidson Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC L 58–67  13–12 (10–4)
Sat, Feb 12 7:00 pm Georgia Southern Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC W 69–61  14–12 (11–4)
Wed, Feb 16 8:00 pm Samford Pete Hanna CenterHomewood, AL W 81–68  15–12 (12–4)
Sat, Feb 19* 7:00 pm Ball State Benjamin Johnson Arena • Spartanburg, SC
(ESPN BracketBusters)
W 66–61  16–12
Wed, Feb 23 7:00 pm Chattanooga McKenzie ArenaChattanooga, TN W 97–58  17–12 (13–4)
Sat, Feb 26 2:00 pm Furman Timmons ArenaGreenville, SC SportSouth W 79–65  18–12 (14–4)
2011 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
Sat, Mar 5 4:30 pm vs. Appalachian State McKenzie Arena • Chattanooga, TN
(Quarterfinals)
SoConTV W 69–56  19–12
Sun, Mar 6 6:00 pm vs. Western Carolina McKenzie Arena • Chattanooga, TN
(Semifinals)
SportSouth W 86–72  20–12
Mon, Mar 7 9:00 pm vs. College of Charleston McKenzie Arena • Chattanooga, TN
(Championship Game)
ESPN2 W 77–67  21–12
2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
Thu, Mar 17* 7:15 pm vs. #10 (#3 SER) BYU #14 SER Pepsi CenterDenver, CO
(First Round)
CBS   
*Non-Conference Game. #Rankings from AP. All times are in Eastern Time.[2] SER=Southeast Region.

Individual Season Records

Category Record Name Season
Minutes Played 1265 Brad Loesing 2011–12
Minutes Played Per Game 38.3 Brad Loesing 2011–12
Points 751 Fletcher Magee 2017–18
Points Per Game 32.6 Daddy Neal 1952-53
Field Goals Made 274 George Lyons 1963-64
Field Goals Attempted 628 George Lyons 1963-64
Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 made) .725 (190-262) Robert Mickle 1984-85
3-Pt Field Goals Made 158 Fletcher Magee 2018–19
3-Pt Field Goals Attempted 377 Fletcher Magee 2018–19
3-Pt Field Goal Percentage (min. 1.5/gm) .479 (91-190) Fletcher Magee 2015–16
Free Throws Made 224 Daddy Neal 1952-53
Free Throws Attempted 338 Daddy Neal 1952-53
Free Throw Percentage (min. 2/gm) .930 (93-100) Nathan Hoover 2019–20
Rebounds 609 Daddy Neal 1952-53
Rebounds Per Game 26.5 Daddy Neal 1952-53
Assists 223 Robert Mickle 1983-84
Assists Per Game 8.0 Robert Mickle 1983-84
Steals 107 Wayne Rice 1986-87
Blocked Shots 49 Kenny Hastie 2000-01

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Individual Career Records

Category Record Name Seasons
Points 2521 George Lyons 1962-65
Points Per Game 23.3 Daddy Neal 1950-53
Field Goals Made 877 James Blair 1980-83
Field Goals Attempted 1799 Greg O'Dell 1988-92
Field Goal Percentage (min. 300 made) .664 (583-878) Robert Mickle 1982-85
3-Pt Field Goals Made 509 Fletcher Magee 2015–19
3-Pt Field Goals Attempted 1169 Fletcher Magee 2015–19
3-Pt Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 attempts) .435 (509-1169) Fletcher Magee 2015–19
Free Throws Made 515 James Blair 1980-83
Free Throws Attempted 721 James Blair 1980-83
Free Throw Percentage (min. 200 attempts) .908 (393–433) Fletcher Magee 2015–19
Rebounds 1500 Daddy Neal 1950-53
Rebounds Per Game 19.8 Twitty Carpenter 1955-58
Assists 582 Antoine Saunders 1984-87
Assists Per Game 5.5 Antoine Saunders 1984-87
Steals 289 Wayne Rice 1984-87
Blocked Shots 137 Stephon Blanding 1987-90

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Individual Single Game Records

Category Record Name Opponent Date
Points 57 Daddy Neal Erskine 1952-53
Field Goals Attempted 40 Daddy Neal Erskine 1952-53
Field Goal Made 25 Daddy Neal Erskine 1952-53
3-Pt Field Goals Attempted 19 Fletcher Magee Chattanooga
Samford
2/17/18
1/24/19
3-Pt Field Goals Made 11 Seth Chadwick
Fletcher Magee
Mercer
Chattanooga
2/15/97
2/17/18
Free Throws Attempted 24 Daddy Neal Charleston 1/24/53
Free Throws Made 22 Daddy Neal Charleston 1/24/53
Rebounds 40 Daddy Neal Piedmont 1952-53
Assists 5.5 Antoine Saunders Allen 2/18/87
Steals 9 John Hawkins Gardner-Webb 1/9/95
Blocked Shots 5 3-Tied

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Southern Conference Honors

Southern Conference Player of the Year
SoCon media first presented a player of the year award at the end of the 1951–52 season. The league's coaches began awarding their own version in 1989–90.

  • Noah Dahlman: 2009-10 (coaches)
  • Karl Cochran: 2014–15 (both)
  • Fletcher Magee: 2017–18 (media), 2018–19 (both)

Southern Conference Coach of the Year
SoCon media have presented a coach of the year award since the 1946–47 season. The league's coaches began awarding their own version in 1988–89.

  • Mike Young: 2009–10 (both), 2013–14 (media), 2014–15 (both), 2018–19 (both)

Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Year

  • Brad Loesing: 2011–12

Southern Conference Freshman of the Year
SoCon media first presented a freshman of the year award at the end of the 1978–79 season. The league's coaches began awarding their own version in 1992–93.

  • Ian Chadwick: 1997–98 (both)
  • Karl Cochran: 2011–12 (both)
  • Fletcher Magee: 2015–16 (both)

All-Southern Conference Team (Coaches)

Noah Dahlman 2010-11

Noah Dahlman 2009-10

Tim Johnson 2009-10

Noah Dahlman 2008-09

Drew Gibson 2007-08

Howard Wilkerson 2005-06

Mike Lenzly 2002-03

Ian Chadwick 2000-01

Ian Chadwick 1999-00

Ian Chadwick 1998-99

All-Southern Conference Team (Media)

Noah Dahlman 2010-11 (1st Team)

Tim Johnson 2010-11 (3rd Team)

Cameron Rundles 2010-11 (3rd Team)

Noah Dahlman 2009-10 (1st Team)

Tim Johnson 2009-10 (3rd Team)

Jamar Diggs 2009-10 (3rd Team)

Noah Dahlman 2008-09 (1st Team)

Junior Salters 2008-09 (3rd Team)

Drew Gibson 2007-08 (3rd Team)

Shane Nichols 2005-06 (3rd Team)

Howard Wilkerson 2005-06 (2nd Team)

Tyler Berg 2004-05 (2nd Team)

Howard Wilkerson 2003-04 (3rd Team)

Lee Nixon 2002-03 (3rd Team)

Mike Lenzly 2002-03 (2nd Team)

Mike Lenzly 2001-02 (3rd Team)

Mike Lenzly 2000-01 (3rd Team)

Ian Chadwick 2000-01 (1st Team)

Ian Chadwick 1999-00 (1st Team)

Ian Chadwick 1998-99 (1st Team)

All-Southern Conference Freshman Team

Brad Loesing 2008-09

Junior Salters 2006-07

Tyler Berg 2002-03

Justin Stephens 2001-02

Ian Chadwick 1997-98

Southern Conference All-Tournament Team

Noah Dahlman 2010-11 (1st Team)

Jamar Diggs 2010-11 (1st Team)

Cameron Rundles 2010-11 (1st Team)

Noah Dahlman 2009-10 (1st Team)

Jamar Diggs 2009-10 (1st Team)

Tim Johnson 2009-10 (2nd Team)

Cameron Rundles 2009-10 (2nd Team)

Southern Conference Tournament Most Outstanding Player

Noah Dahlman 2010-11

Noah Dahlman 2009-10

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National Honors

AP All-America Team

Noah Dahlman 2009-10 (Honorable Mention)[9]

Academic Honors

Academic All-District Team

Brad Loesing 2010-11 (1st Team)[10]

Greg O'Dell 1991-92

Harold Jackson 1981-82


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