A week later, after winning the NCAA Division-I three-point title for two years (2003,2004), Woods was invited to participate in the NCAA 3-pt Challenge, with the best shooters in the country. In true Rattler fashion, Woods not only didn't back down, but took the title.
Enjoy Episode VII of "The Mystique" as we experience the "3-point king," Terrence Woods.
In 2003, coach Mike Gillespie began building one of the best teams in Rattler history. The team was anchored by the most prolific three-point shooter in the Rattler record books, in Terrence Woods. He would make unprecedented runs of games with 11 and 12 three-pointers per game. By 2004, the team was molded into the MEAC Champions and made history by defeating Lehigh in the play-in game of the NCAA Division-I basketball tournament. That victory was the first-ever in FAMU athletic history.