The NC State football team suffered a 45-24 loss Saturday on the road against Boston College. A defense that came into the game leading the ACC in rush defense gave up 429 yards rushing against the Eagles, who lead the ACC in rushing yards. The way the defense played gave NC State no chance of winning its first road game of the season.

The NC State football team (4-3, 1-2 ACC) lost in an embarrassing fashion against Boston College (4-3, 2-2 ACC), 24-45. The offense began the game slowly behind redshirt sophomore Bailey Hockman, but seemed to find its groove when redshirt freshman Devin Leary was subbed into the game. Despite this, it was too late for the Pack to make any sort of comeback, and the defense’s failure to contain the run led to a hard loss, while the offense continued to fail to make impact plays early on. Here is how each offensive group graded out in the game.

North Carolina FC finished the regular season with 56 points, good enough to get them into seventh place and for them to host a match in the Eastern Conference play-in round. The opponents for the play-in match will be Birmingham Legion FC, a team NCFC did not fare too well against in the regular season.

Reports of rainfall at Dail Softball Stadium and an hour-long delay weren’t enough to slow down the NC State softball team Sunday afternoon, as it took both games in a doubleheader against Wingate by scores of 9-1 and 7-5, respectively. 

The No. 15 NC State rifle team hosted a matchup against No. 17 North Georgia. Two events, the smallbore series and air rifle series, were hosted at Reynolds Coliseum. The Wolfpack typically hosts every other year, its last being against the same team on Nov. 19, 2017.

NC State’s women’s club basketball had a successful weekend home at Carmichael Gymnasium. Both teams went undefeated on Saturday and the beginning of Sunday. The team was able to get revenge on Clemson in the championship since the team had previously lost in its first tournament at Clemson this season.

The NC State Club Baseball team is off to a thrilling start this fall season with a 4-0 record after sweeping UNC-Charlotte at home this past weekend. The doubleheader that took place Saturday was a nail-biting event after the Wolfpack came away from the first game 8-6 and scathed by in the second game in extra innings, winning 9-8. 

The NC State men’s soccer team (7-3-3, 3-2-1 ACC) will return home to play Elon this Tuesday at 7 p.m. in a non-conference matchup. The Wolfpack is looking to bounce back after a short two-game road trip with draws against South Carolina and Duke.