The No. 10 NC State women’s basketball team survived a tough road test in Coral Gables, F.L., narrowly escaping Miami 50-48 as freshman win Jakia Brown-Turner knocked down a game-winning jumper with three seconds remaining.

On Monday, Feb. 24, the No. 10 NC State women’s basketball team will participate in the 15th-annual Play4Kay game, facing off against rival Duke at Reynolds Coliseum. The game is in Reynolds, but the teams will play on a court named after the game’s namesake: Kay Yow Court.

Friday, Feb. 21

3 p.m. Baseball vs. Tennessee Tech (Doak Field)

The NC State baseball team has gotten off to a dominant start this season. The Pack has won all four games it has played this season, and by big margins. It has outscored its opponents 30-9 and will look to continue its dominant start in this upcoming three-game home series against Tennessee Tech.

After losing two consecutive games for the first time this season, the No. 10 NC State women’s basketball team hits the road to face Miami on Thursday. The Wolfpack (22-3, 11-3 ACC) comes into the game after having lost two games in a row at home to then-No. 9 Louisville and unranked Georgia Tech. It was the first time in over a year that the team has lost back-to-back games and the first time in over two years it lost back-to-back home games.

For the second game in a row, the No. 4 NC State women’s basketball team dropped a close game at home, this time falling 65-61 to Georgia Tech at Reynolds Coliseum. The loss comes just three days after losing to Louisville and puts a serious cloud of uncertainty around the Wolfpack just a couple weeks away from the ACC Tournament. Here are some of the key numbers from NC State’s loss.

After losing sole possession of first place in the ACC after a 66-59 loss to No. 9 Louisville Thursday night, the No. 4 NC State women’s basketball team is right back in action Sunday for a home game against Georgia Tech.