Not every new student coming to NC State comes in with the same level of knowledge about NC State Athletics. Some have been lifelong fans, others may have only seen a handful of events or none at all. Whichever camp you fall into, we wanted to make sure you knew at least one name on every NC State team, so here is the who is who of NC State Athletics.
On Tuesday afternoon, the ACC officially canceled the remainder of winter and spring sports activities, both competition and practice, for the 2019-20 school year in a press release, with hopes to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
On Thursday afternoon, the ACC “suspended all athletic related activities including competition, formal and organized practice, recruiting and participation in NCAA championships until further notice. The decision was made following consultation with the league’s presidents and athletic directors to mitigate the further spread of COVID-19.”
NC State gymnastics hosted its final meet at Reynolds Coliseum this season for senior night, losing 197.625-196.550 to Minnesota.
Friday, March 6
7:00 p.m. Men’s basketball vs. Wake Forest (PNC Arena)
The Wolfpack (18-12, 9-10) will be playing its last home game against the Demon Deacons (13-16, 6-13). The Pack beat the Deacs earlier this season, 91-82, in Winston-Salem. The basketball team will also be celebrating its seniors: guard Markell Johnson, guard C.J. Bryce, graduate forward Pat Andree and graduate forward Danny Dixon.
The NC State gymnastics team made the trip to University Park, Pennsylvania to take on Penn State, Cornell, and fellow EAGL member Towson. Despite being in contention for most of Saturday afternoon, NC State fell just short of finishing first, settling for second to a Penn State team who edged it out 196.575-195.850.
The NC State gymnastics team remains on the road when it travels to University Park, Pennsylvania for another quad-meet. The team will compete against Penn State, Cornell and EAGL foe Towson.
The NC State gymnastics team continued its successful weekend at its quad meet, finishing in first place with a final score of 195.925.
NC State gymnastics recorded a new season-high score of 196.500, in its tri-meet against William and Mary and Centenary Friday night at Reynolds Coliseum.