DAVIDSON -- Noah Dahlman scored 19 points to lead Wofford to a 73-51 victory over Davidson to extend the Terriers’ winning streak to seven consecutive games.
Thirteen players scored and 15 played for Wofford (20-8, 12-3 Southern Conference), which has won 16 of its past 18 games and is in second behind the College of Charleston (18-9, 13-3) in the South Division.
It is Wofford’s first 20-win season since moving to Division I and its first since 1993-94.
SHJ: Wofford made it look easy, opening a 25-point lead in the first half. After falling behind 5-0, the Terriers went on a 21-2 run to take command. Davidson (13-13, 8-6) went 18 possessions without a field goal, made just 2 of 19 shots after the early advantage and finished the half just 5-for-24. The Wildcats didn’t reach double figures until making a pair of free throws with 6:03 left in the half. A mock cheer went up in the crowd. DavidsonWildcats.com: The game was the first of five in 11 days for the Wildcats. For Wofford? First win in Davidson in 20 years.