Citadel 62
Wofford 69
Date of game: 3/2/2013

Recap: Wofford vs. Citadel

Spartanburg, SC (Sports Network) - Lee Skinner posted a double-double to lead the Wofford Terriers to a 69-62 victory over The Citadel Bulldogs in a Southern Conference regular season finale at Benjamin Johnson Arena.

Skinner had 21 points and 11 rebounds and also handed out five assists for Wofford (13-18, 7-11 SoCon) which won three of its last four games to close out the regular season. Karl Cochran added 17 points and Spencer Collins contributed 16 as well for the Terriers.

The Citadel (8-21, 5-13) was led by 17 points and seven rebounds from Mike Groselle while Raemond Robinson added 11 points and seven assists and Dylen Setzekorn tallied 13 points off the bench.

In the first half Wofford shot a scorching 55.6 percent from the field while holding The Citadel to just six field goals on 33.3 percent shooting.

The Terriers cooled to 46.2 percent shooting in the final 20 minutes and the Bulldogs cut into the lead by nailing six 3-pointers. However Wofford made good on 11-of-13 from the free-throw line to hold on.

Wofford had a 30-28 deficit in rebounds but outscored The Citadel, 36-16, in the paint.

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