GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Karl Cochran scored 22 points on 10-for-17 shooting to lead Wofford past Furman 76-52 on Saturday.
Trailing by four midway through the first half, Wofford (10-10, 5-3 Southern Conference) took control with a 15-1 run fueled by Cochran, who hit a 3-pointer, two layups and a jumper in the breakaway spurt, to make it 35-25 with under a minute left before the break. The Terriers then continued to pull away in the second half.
Spencer Collins contributed 20 points, including the final go-ahead jumper in the first half, and Eric Garcia added 10 for Wofford, which hit 29 of 61 from the field in gaining its third-straight win.
Furman (7-13, 1-6) led twice early in the game but couldn't hang on, shooting just 41 percent from the field and allowing 16 turnovers.
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