2011 NCAA Tournament Field: Wofford Tops College Of Charleston In SOCON Title Game

Wofford is going to its second straight NCAA Tournament after defeating the College of Charleston 77-67 in the SOCON title game. The Terriers trailed 32-28 at the half but outscored Charleston by 14 points in the second half behind Cameron Rundles 21 points. Noah Dahlman added 20 points and 9 rebounds for the Terriers. Andrew Goudelock led Charleston with 25 points in the loss.

The Terriers will be making their second trip to the NCAA Tournament in school history. Last season Wofford gave Wisconsin a scare in the first round before falling 53-49 to the badgers. Wofford is now 21-12 on the season and finished 14-4 in the SOCON's south division.

Wofford coach Mike Young is in his ninth season at the school and has amassed a 136-138 career record. His greatest success has come in the last two seasons when his teams are a combined 46-21. Prior to becoming head coach, Young spent 13 seasons as an assistant coach at the school.

The Terriers are led by senior forward Noah Dahlman who averaged 20 points and 5.4 rebounds per game this season.

For updates on every automatic bid to the 2011 NCAA Tournament, keep this StoryStream bookmarked. For bracketology and 2011 NCAA Tournament field projections, be sure to visit SB Nation’s Blogging the Bracket.

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