The NC State men’s soccer team fell to Pittsburgh 2-1 in overtime of the ACC Championship quarterfinals on Sunday afternoon.
The NC State women’s soccer team fell to UNC-Chapel Hill 3-0 in the semifinals of the ACC Championship at WakeMed Soccer Park on Friday evening.
With a 2-1 win over the 12th-seeded Duke Blue Devils in the first round of the ACC Championship, the fifth-seeded NC State men’s soccer team will head to Pennsylvania to take on fourth-seeded Pittsburgh on Sunday at 3 p.m.
A program-best five players from the NC State women’s soccer team were selected for All-ACC honors this year. Senior forward Tziarra King was selected to the first team, the German trio of senior defender Krissi Schuster, senior midfielder Ricci Walkling and redshirt sophomore Lulu Guttenberger were all selected to the third team, and freshman forward Jameese Joseph was selected to the all-freshman team.
Men’s and women’s basketball will continue their nonconference schedule to begin the season. Women’s and men’s soccer have matchups in the ACC Championships this week, along with football playing its third-to-last home game.
Sophomore middle fielder, Aidan Foster protects the ball from a Duke defender at Dail Soccer Field on November 6, 2019. The Wolfpack won 2-1 over the Blue Devils and will advance to the second round of the ACC tournament.
The fifth-seeded NC State men’s soccer team advanced to the quarterfinal of the ACC Championship on Wednesday with a 2-1 win over 12th-seeded Duke.
The NC State women’s soccer team advanced to the ACC Championship semifinals with a 2-1 overtime win over Louisville on Sunday night.