Is Wofford good at basketball?

Is Wofford good at basketball?

The Terriers have been playing Division I basketball in the Southern Conference since the 1997–98 season. They have won 4 regular season SoCon Titles and 5 SoCon Tournament Championships and are one-time SoCon Tournament Runner-Ups. Wofford also won a spot in the 2015 NCAA tourney, going 28-6.

What division is Wofford men’s basketball?

NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball
Wofford Terriers men’s basketball/Division

What conference is Wofford basketball in?

Southern Conference
Wofford Terriers men’s basketball/Conference

What is Wofford football record?

Josh Conklin is the current head coach for the Terriers….

Wofford Terriers football
All-time record 478–467–35 (.506)
Bowl record 0–1 (.000)
Playoff record 9–9
Conference titles 7 (2003, 2007, 2010, 2012, 2017, 2018, 2019)

Did Wofford win last night?

Slawson scores 18 to lead Furman over Wofford 75-50 — Jalen Slawson posted 18 points and three blocks as Furman easily beat Wofford 75-50 on Saturday night.

Is Wofford College d1?

Wofford’s athletic teams, known as the Terriers, compete in the Southern Conference in the NCAA Division I. Wofford has 18 men’s and women’s varsity programs.

How much are Wofford basketball tickets?

Fans looking for Wofford Terriers Basketball tickets for the current basketball season can find them on TicketSmarter for prices starting at $8.00 and going as high as $215.00. The average ticket prices for a single Wofford Terriers Basketball game during the current season is around $34.22.

Where is the College Wofford?

Spartanburg, South
Wofford College is a United Methodist-affiliated school that welcomes students of all faiths and beliefs. Located in the city of Spartanburg, South Carolina, Wofford is situated on 170 tree-lined acres that have been designated as an arboretum.

What division is Wofford football in?

NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision
Wofford Terriers football/Division

What sports division is Wofford?

NCAA Division I

Wofford Terriers
University Wofford College
Conference Southern Conference
NCAA Division I (FCS)
Athletic director Richard Johnson