While the Wolfpack scored enough to best George Washington and William & Mary, it couldn’t grab the top spot in the meet, which went to the Oklahoma Sooners.
Despite outscoring the Tar Heels in three of the four rotations, an excellent 49.125 from UNC on the beam proved too much for NC State gymnastics to overcome, losing narrowly to its rival.
After gaining a slight edge over UNC-Chapel Hill after three rotations, the Wolfpack gave its best floor exercise routines of the season, earning it a season-high 196.025 and giving it a win over UNC, Pitt and Towson in the quad-meet.
Strong performances and multiple career bests from the NC State gymnastics team were not enough to pull off another win, as the Wolfpack placed second in its third meet of the season against Pitt and Towson.
NC State gymnastics won its first tri-meet of the year, putting up a 194.600 to narrowly best Towson and Temple
NC State gymnastics posted strong scores across the board in its season-opening win over Pitt.
NC State gymnastics returns to Reynolds Coliseum on Friday, Jan. 15 when it takes on Pitt in a dual meet. Last year, the Pack put up a 196.025 in one of its best team performances on the season.
For spring sports, baseball, softball, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's golf, gymnastics and track all added to their incoming rosters today. Baseball's class ranks at No. 13 in the country.