It’s the final day of 2019, and Technician sports finishes out the top 19 NC State sports moments of the year with 1-7 on New Year’s Eve. The finale includes huge postseason finishes from NC State wrestling, swimming and diving, and women’s cross country, long winning streaks from Pack baseball and women’s basketball, and a pair of men’s basketball buzzer-beaters.
Saturday afternoon, the NC State Wolfpack faced off against North Carolina Tar Heels in a prime time matchup between in-state rivals. But the game wasn’t filled with flags for unfair penalties, nor were there any harmful tackles, flamboyant touchdown dances, or aggressive play. Actually, there might’ve been a few nice dance moves thrown on the field.
This morning Indiana State held the NCAA Division I men’s and women’s cross country championship. The women’s team earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Championship, while the men earned a selection on November 16 in the selection show.
The NC State cross country teams will compete in the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships (women’s 6K, men’s 10K) Saturday in Terre Haute, Indiana.
NC State cross country competed at the NCAA Southeast Regional Championships at Panorama Farms in Charlottesville, Virginia on Friday morning. The women won the event for the fourth year in a row and the men finished third despite being ranked ninth in the region.
The NC State men’s and women’s cross country teams are headed to Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend to run in the NCAA Southeast Regional with hopes to get automatic qualification to the NCAA Championships.
The NC State men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the ACC Championships in Blacksburg, Virginia on Friday morning.
For cross country runner Elly Henes, running has always been in her blood. Her mother, and coach, Laurie Henes was a finalist at the 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials for track and field and her father was an All-American in track and field and cross country for the Wolfpack.