In blowout fashion, the No. 9 NC State women’s basketball team improved to 16-1 Thursday night, knocking off No. 13 Florida State at home in Reynolds Coliseum. The impressive win added to an NCAA Tournament resume that’s growing stronger by the week.

The No. 9 NC State women’s basketball team picked up a statement win Thursday night, thoroughly beating No. 13 Florida State 68-51 at home in Reynolds Coliseum for its second top-15 win of the season. Here are some key numbers from the game.

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In a forward-heavy first round of the 2020 NWSL College Draft, the Utah Royals stuck with royalty, selecting forward Tziarra King with the eighth pick. King is the first NC State player to be drafted into the NWSL. 

The No. 5 ranked NC State wrestling team will look to continue its flawless season as it competes in two northern duals this weekend against Drexel and Hofstra. 

From being the 2014 and 2015 Maryland Swimmer of the Year as a part of the prestigious North Baltimore Athletic Club to being the 2019 ACC Swimmer of the Year and two-time NCAA Champion at NC State, senior Coleman Stewart has always dominated the pools. With his father having swum at Bucknell, his sister Sada having swum at Princeton, and his brother Noah swimming for Dartmouth, swimming is in Coleman’s blood, and the accolades show it.

There is a lot of basketball to look forward to this week. With plenty of ACC matchups and a day of celebration for the swim team, there is plenty going on around campus.