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|NCAA||Division I (FCS)|
|Athletic director||Richard Johnson|
|Location||Spartanburg, South Carolina|
|Football stadium||Gibbs Stadium|
|Basketball arena||Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium|
|Baseball stadium||Russell C. King Field|
|Soccer stadium||Snyder Field|
|Mascot||Boss, Lil' Ruff|
|Colors||Old Gold and Black|
Wofford College sponsors 18 sports for men's and women's programs, competing as the Terriers. The Terriers compete in the Southern Conference, and have been a part of the league since the 1997–98 academic year. Wofford and the other SoCon members play football in the Football Championship Subdivision. Prior to the 1995–96 year, the Terriers played in Division II in all sports, and until the 1988–89 period, Wofford's athletic teams were members of the NAIA. The football team plays in Gibbs Stadium. The basketball teams moved to the new Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium for the 2017–18 season.
|Men's Intercollegiate Sports||Team Article||Head Coach||Women's Intercollegiate Sports||Team Article||Head Coach||Co-Ed Intercollegiate Sports||Team Article||Head Coach|
|Baseball||Terriers baseball||Todd Interdonato||Basketball||Terriers women's basketball||Jimmy Garrity||Rifle[v 1]||Randy Hall|
|Basketball||Terriers men's basketball||Mike Young||Cross Country||Johnny Bomar|
|Cross Country||Johnny Bomar||Golf||Angie Ridgeway|
|Football||Terriers football||Mike Ayers||Lacrosse [v 2]||Ceri Miller|
|Golf||Alex Hamilton||Soccer||Amy Kiah|
|Soccer||Terriers men's soccer||Ralph Polson||Tennis||Krissy Hall|
|Tennis||Rod Ray||Track & Field (Indoor & Outdoor)||Johnny Bomar|
|Track & Field (Indoor & Outdoor)||Johnny Bomar||Volleyball||Lynze Roos|
- Rifle is technically a men's sport, but men's, women's, and coed teams all compete against each other.
- Wofford will play its first season of varsity women's lacrosse in 2018 (2017–18 school year). The Terriers initially planned to play in the ASUN Conference, which maintained a formal relationship with the SoCon in women's lacrosse, but the SoCon announced that it would begin sponsoring the sport in the 2018 season.
As of 2016, Wofford has several players who were taken in the Major League draft (one in the sixth round) competing in the minor leagues, including one at the AAA level. Several Wofford alums over the years have played in the major leagues.
On March 8, 2010 the Wofford Terriers men's basketball team defeated Appalachian State to win the Southern Conference tournament, marking the first time Wofford qualified to compete in the NCAA tournament. Although Wofford came within a possession of upsetting 4th seeded Wisconsin in the first round, they eventually lost 49–53. The Terriers qualified for the NCAA tournament for the second time on March 7, 2011, winning the Southern Conference tournament over College of Charleston, 77-67, but they lost in the first round to BYU. Brad Loesing, point guard and 4.0 Phi Beta Kappa student, was selected first team Division 1 All-American. In 2013, Wofford won the Southern Conference tournament and qualified for the NCAA tournament for the third time in five years, losing to Michigan in the second round. Wofford also won a spot in the 2015 NCAA tourney, going 28-6. In February 2016, Wofford set an NCAA record when it hit 17 of 21 shots from the three-point line against VMI. For the 2017 season, a new state-of-the-art basketball and volleyball arena, Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium, will open on the Wofford campus. In the 2017 season, Wofford defeated the defending national champion UNC Tar Heels in Chapel Hill. http://woffordterriers.com/news/2017/12/21/mens-basketball-reaction-to-basketball-win-over-unc.aspx
The Terriers have won four Southern Conference football championships. Wofford won the 2003 championship outright, and shared the 2007, 2010 and 2012 championships. In 2007, Wofford was the conference champion and earned the automatic tournament bid based on winning the head to head matchup, however, Appalachian State received the automatic bid in 2010. The Terriers have made the I-AA/FCS playoffs 6 times. Wofford advanced the farthest in 2003, advancing to the semifinals before losing to Delaware. They have been noted for defeating FBS opponent UL-Monroe in 2000, 24-6. In 2006, Sports Illustrated called Wofford's uniform the 6th best nationally. As of 2014, three Wofford alums are on NFL rosters and one is on a CFL roster; one alum is an NFL club owner and one is an NFL club president. The academic record and standing (including academic progress) of Wofford's football (and other sports) teams is among the highest in NCAA Division 1; all students take substantive classes and majors, there being no phys ed, recreation, or similar majors. A recent all-conference quarterback graduated with a 4.0, majoring in physics and double minoring in math and computer science; he was recognized nationally as one of the two top FCS scholar-athletes. For 2014, Brenton Bersin, former Wofford wide receiver, is a WR for the Carolina Panthers. In 2016, Wofford lost in OT in the national FCS quarterfinals.
In recent years under Coach Ralph Polson, Wofford's men's team has won the Southern Conference championship and been selected to the NCAA tournament. Several players have been nationally recognized as among the top student-athletes in Division 1.
The Terriers have played in Division I since 1997. In 2016, under Coach Jimmy Garrity, Wofford enjoyed its most successful season in 14 years and has recruited a strong freshman class for 2017.
In recent years under Amy Kiah, Wofford's women's soccer has shown steady improvement, both in its record and number of players winning athletic and academic honors.
Women's track and field
In 2013, the Wofford women's track and field team led the NCAA with a 3.61 GPA.
Wofford's volleyball team has made steady improvement in recent years. In 2012, Rachel Woodlee, a member of the volleyball team, was selected as Wofford's sixth Rhodes Scholar, winning a full post-graduate fellowship to Oxford University. In 2016, under Coach Roos, Wofford volleyball enjoyed its most successful season in the D1 era; the SoCon freshman of the year was a Terrier.
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