NC State track and field traveled to Virginia Tech on Jan. 22-23 for the Hokie Invitational. Nine teams competed and the Wolfpack was able to record 11 top-five wins.
The Wolfpack men handled Virginia solidly with a final score of 190.5-107.5, although the women experienced their first loss of the season as Virginia pulled off a narrow victory of 153-144.
In its first two dual matches of the season, the No. 8 NC State men’s tennis team beat Alabama 4-2 and fell to No. 13 Tennessee 4-1 in the regional round of the ITA Kickoff Weekend event.
UNC got the better of NC State in the second matchup of the year, keeping the Wolfpack from a series sweep. North Carolina dominated the paint and the Pack fell in its fourth straight.
Highlighted by true freshman Isaac Trumble’s upset win over a top-5 opponent, NC State wrestling extended its nation-leading dual win streak to 21 with a dominant win over No. 12 Pitt.
The No. 2 NC State women’s basketball team will return to the court and play Virginia Tech in two upcoming games on Sunday, Jan. 24 and Thursday, Jan 28.
NC State gymnastics won its first tri-meet of the year, putting up a 194.600 to narrowly best Towson and Temple
Kevin Keatts and the men's basketball team are finally back in action against North Carolina in Chapel Hill after a rough stretch of postponements.
On Jan. 21, George Asomani, a senior midfielder on the NC State men’s soccer team, was selected 39th overall in the MLS draft by the San Jose Earthquakes.