2010–11 Wofford Terriers men's basketball team

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2010–11 Wofford Terriers men's basketball
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SoCon Regular Season Co-Champions
SoCon Tournament Champions
NCAA Tournament, Second Round
Conference Southern Conference
2010–11 record 21–13 (14–4 SoCon)
Head coach Mike Young
Assistant coach Paul Harrison
Assistant coach Shane Nichols
Assistant coach Mark Prosser
Home arena Benjamin Johnson Arena
Seasons
« 2009–10 2011–12 »
2010–11 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
North
Western Carolina 12 6   .667     18 15   .545
Chattanooga 12 6   .667     16 16   .500
Appalachian State 10 8   .556     16 15   .516
Elon 7 11   .389     14 17   .452
UNC Greensboro 6 12   .333     7 24   .226
Samford 4 14   .222     12 19   .387
South
College of Charleston 14 4   .778     25 10   .714
Wofford 14 4   .778     21 13   .618
Furman 12 6   .667     22 11   .667
Davidson 10 8   .556     18 14   .563
The Citadel 6 12   .333     10 22   .313
Georgia Southern 1 17   .056     5 27   .156
SoCon Tournament winner
As of March 17, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2010–11 Wofford Terriers men's basketball team represented Wofford College during the 2010–11 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Terriers, led by 9th year head coach Mike Young, played their home games at Benjamin Johnson Arena and are members of the Southern Conference. They finished the season 21–13, 14–4 in SoCon play. They were champions of the 2011 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament to earn their second consecutive automatic bid in the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament where they lost in the second round to Brigham Young.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
1 Cameron Rundles Guard 6–1 190 Senior Minneapolis, Minnesota
2 Nathan Parker Forward 6–6 200 Sophomore Knoxville, Tennessee
5 Jamar Diggs Guard 6–2 180 Senior Minneapolis, Minnesota
10 Kevin Giltner Guard 6–6 200 Junior Kingston Springs, Tennessee
13 Taylor Wagener Guard 6–3 185 Sophomore Charlotte, North Carolina
14 Aerris Smith Forward 6–7 240 Freshman Charlotte, North Carolina
15 Matt Steelman Guard 6–2 180 Junior Central, South Carolina
21 Drew Crowell Forward 6–9 230 Junior Charleston, South Carolina
25 Joseph Tecklenburg Forward 6–4 200 Junior Charleston, South Carolina
35 Brad Loesing Guard 6–0 180 Junior Cincinnati, Ohio
40 Cameron McQueen Center 6–8 245 Freshman Charlotte, North Carolina
41 Tim Johnson Forward 6–6 228 Senior Memphis, Tennessee
42 Noah Dahlman Forward 6–6 215 Senior Braham, Minnesota
50 Terry Martin Forward 6–6 235 Senior Cincinnati, Ohio
53 Domas Rinksalis Forward 6–9 220 Sophomore Šiauliai, Lithuania

Schedule[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
City, State
Regular Season
Fri, Nov 12
8:00 pm
at Minnesota* L 55–69  0–1
Williams Arena 
Minneapolis, MN
Mon, Nov 15
7:00 pm
at Clemson* L 70–78  0–2
Littlejohn Coliseum 
Clemson, SC
Thu, Nov 18
2:30 pm
vs. USC Upstate*
Charleston Classic – Quarterfinals
W 79–61  1–2
Carolina First Arena 
Charleston, SC
Fri, Nov 19
2:30 pm, ESPNU
vs. No. 20 Georgetown*
Charleston Classic – Semifinals
L 59–74  1–3
Carolina First Arena 
Charleston, SC
Sun, Nov 21
5:30 pm, ESPNU
vs. George Mason*
Charleston Classic – Third Place
W 82–79 OT 2–3
Carolina First Arena 
Charleston, SC
Wed, Nov 24
6:00 pm
Air Force* L 66–72 OT 2–4
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Sat, Nov 27
6:30 pm
at Xavier* L 90–94 3OT 2–5
Cintas Center 
Cincinnati, OH
Thu, Dec 2
7:00 pm
UNC Greensboro W 92–70  3–5 (1–0)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Sat, Dec 4
7:00 pm
at Elon W 75–69  4–5 (2–0)
Alumni Gym 
Elon, NC
Sat, Dec 11
7:00 pm
at South Carolina* L 53–64  4–6
Colonial Life Arena 
Columbia, SC
Sat, Dec 18
7:00 pm
High Point* W 79–65  5–6
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Wed, Dec 29
7:30 pm
at VCU*
VCU Tournament
L 66–75  5–7
Stuart C. Siegel Center 
Richmond, VA
Thu, Dec 30
5:00 pm
vs. Cornell*
VCU Tournament
L 80–86  5–8
Stuart C. Siegel Center 
Richmond, VA
Thu, Jan 6
7:00 pm
The Citadel W 78–60  6–8 (3–0)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Sat, Jan 8
6:00 pm, CSS
College of Charleston L 73–77  6–9 (3–1)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Wed, Jan 12
8:00 pm
at Georgia Southern W 74–65  7–9 (4–1)
Hanner Fieldhouse 
Statesboro, GA
Sat, Jan 15
7:00 pm
at Davidson W 69–64  8–9 (5–1)
John M. Belk Arena 
Davidson, NC
Thu, Jan 20
7:00 pm
Chattanooga W 88–56  9–9 (6–1)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Sat, Jan 22
2:00 pm
Samford W 81–43  10–9 (7–1)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Mon, Jan 24
7:00 pm
Furman L 68–73 OT 10–10 (7–2)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Thu, Jan 27
7:00 pm, SportSouth
at Appalachian State W 74–65  11–10 (8–2)
Holmes Center 
Boone, NC
Sat, Jan 29
7:00 pm
Western Carolina W 75–66  12–10 (9–2)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Thu, Feb 3
7:00 pm, ESPNU
at College of Charleston L 54–79  12–11 (9–3)
Carolina First Arena 
Charleston, SC
Sat, Feb 5
7:00 pm
at The Citadel W 74–60  13–11 (10–3)
McAlister Field House 
Charleston, SC
Wed, Feb 9
7:00 pm
Davidson L 58–67  13–12 (10–4)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Sat, Feb 12
7:00 pm
Georgia Southern W 69–61  14–12 (11–4)
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Wed, Feb 16
8:00 pm
at Samford W 81–68  15–12 (12–4)
Pete Hanna Center 
Homewood, AL
Sat, Feb 19
7:00 pm
Ball State*
ESPN BracketBusters
W 66–61  16–12
Benjamin Johnson Arena 
Spartanburg, SC
Wed, Feb 23
7:00 pm
at Chattanooga W 97–58  17–12 (13–4)
McKenzie Arena 
Chattanooga, TN
Sat, Feb 26
2:00 pm, SportSouth
at Furman W 79–65  18–12 (14–4)
Timmons Arena 
Greenville, SC
Southern Conference Basketball Tournament
Sat, Mar 5
4:30 pm
vs. Appalachian State
Quarterfinals
W 69–56  19–12
McKenzie Arena 
Chattanooga, TN
Sun, Mar 6
6:00 pm, SportSouth
vs. Western Carolina
Semifinals
W 86–72  20–12
McKenzie Arena 
Chattanooga, TN
Mon, Mar 7
9:00 pm, ESPN2
vs. College of Charleston
Championship Game
W 77–67  21–12
McKenzie Arena 
Chattanooga, TN
NCAA Tournament
Thu, Mar 17
7:15 pm, CBS
vs. No. 10 BYU*
Second Round
L 66–74  21–13
Pepsi Center 
Denver, CO
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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