ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Wofford scored a goal in each half as the Terriers downed UNC Asheville 2-0 in men's soccer action Saturday afternoon at Greenwood Field.
Wofford (3-9-3) remained unbeaten in its last three matches, while the Bulldogs (3-11-1) fell for the fifth straight time.
The visitors got a goal from Andrew Eppelsheimer in the first half and another goal from Wilson Hood in the second half to earn their first victory ever at Greenwood Field.
Asheville fired 13 shots on goal as Bryan Bartels led the Bulldog effort with four shots. Wofford had two goalkeepers in the match as Ben Limbaugh and Andrew Drennan shared the shutout. Limbaugh made two saves in the first half.
The Terriers scored their first goal in the 38th minute. Nick Orton made a nice pass to Epplesheimer who scored from 18 yards out a shot that went into the top right of the Bulldog goal. It was Epplesheimer's third goal of the year.
Wofford sealed the win with a second goal midway through the second half. Wilson Hood off a feed from Scott Redding scored in the 68th minute to push the lead to 2-0. It was Hood's team-leading sixth goal of the season.
The Terriers enjoyed a slight edge in shots 15-13 and had eight corner kicks to six for the Bulldogs.
Asheville plays its final home game of the season on Wednesday when it hosts Winthrop at Greenwood Field starting at 3 p.m.