SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP)—Karl Cochran scored 25 points and Wofford used a big rebounding advantage for an 87-54 victory over NAIA Webber International Monday night.
Cochran, who scored 22 points—18 on six 3-pointers—in the Terriers’ season-opening loss at Colorado, stuck three more treys against the Warriors. He connected on 11 of 20 shots overall.
Webber International played Wofford surprisingly tough in the first half. The Warriors trailed 31-22 at the break. But Wofford dominated in the second half, outscoring the Warriors 56-32.
The Terriers out-rebounded Webber 46-20, grabbing 19 offensive boards, one less than the Warriors’ total.
For Wofford (1-1), Lee Skinner just missed a double-double with 13 points and nine rebounds. Spencer Collins scored 16 points in his first collegiate game.
Brian Pace was the only player in double figures for Webber International. He scored 17 points on 7 of 11 shooting, hitting three treys.
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