Wofford’s strong second half beats Furman 57-46
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP)—Noah Dahlman scored 12 points and Tim Johnson had 10 points and nine rebounds as Wofford came back from a four-point halftime deficit to defeat Furman 57-46 on Saturday.
The Terriers (15-8, 7-3 Southern Conference) used a 14-4 run to break open a game that was tied 31-31 with 12:11 remaining. Dahlman had two layups in the run and Kevin Giltner a pair of 3-pointers.
The Paladins (10-11, 4-6) finished with their lowest point total of the season after being outscored 36-21 in the second half.
Wofford, which led by as many as 13 points, shot 45.2 percent (14-for-31) in the second half to Furman’s 30.8 percent (8-for-26).
The Terriers also had a 12-2 advantage for the game in points scored off turnovers and got 22 points from their bench to Furman’s 10.
Jordan Miller led Furman with 11 points, while Amu Saaka had 10 rebounds and Chris Toler blocked four shots.
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