If you've watched a Wofford basketball game in the last few years, you've undoubtedly noticed some great players. In fact, a lot of talent comes into Spartanburg. Today's post looks at where two former Terrier standouts are now.
One of the mainsprings behind Wofford’s first two NCAA Tournament bids, Noah Dahlman compiled an impressive resume during his tenure as a Terrier. He racked up a school record 2,013 points and earned SoCon Tournament MVP honors in both 2009 and 2010. After going undrafted, he found himself in Macedonia, where he helped lead MZT Skopje to a national championsip. He then went to Bulgaria with Balkan Botevgrad, where he was named the 2014 Balkan Player of the Year.
|Rundles celebrating after the Terriers' second NCAA bid in 2010.|
Another pivotal playmaker of years past, Cameron Rundles is playing with Jekabplis of Latvia. Last season, he scored 593 points in the 41 games he played. During the 2012-13 season, Rundles served as an assistant coach on the Terrier staff.
These are just two of the various Terriers who are now playing professional basketball abroad. Even if they were skipped over in the NBA Draft, these players have been provided with great chances to hone their talents and extend their careers well past college.