NC State’s women’s club basketball had a successful weekend home at Carmichael Gymnasium. Both teams went undefeated on Saturday and the beginning of Sunday. The team was able to get revenge on Clemson in the championship since the team had previously lost in its first tournament at Clemson this season.
NC State will be a little quiet this week on campus as many teams have away games, but softball, men’s soccer and rifle have home games this week. However, the highlight of the week is Primetime with the Pack on Friday night.
The NC State women’s club basketball team completed its first tournament this past weekend at Clemson University, according to senior co-president Sam Olson.
Co-president seniors Sam Olson and Anna Lavella head the women’s club basketball team at NC State. The two have been members of the club since their freshman year, having tried out together.
The top 2020 recruit in North Carolina, forward Elle Sutphin, has officially reclassified into the class of 2019 and signed her National Letter of Intent to play for NC State, where she will enroll in August.
NC State Athletics announced on Thursday that women’s basketball head coach Wes Moore was given a new six-year contract that would keep him with the Wolfpack until 2025. The contract also raises Moore’s compensation to $750,000 annually according to NC State Athletics.
The old saying goes that you should leave something better than you found it. For NC State Director of Athletics Debbie Yow, who will retire from her post next week after nine years, that goal has definitely been accomplished.
There are many responsibilities that face an athletics director when they take over at a new school. One of the most important is making sure the right coaches are in place. As NC State Director of Athletics Debbie Yow prepares to wrap up her tenure in the coming weeks, hiring the right coac…
The NBA regular season is over, and no Pack alumni made the playoffs. However, NC State fans still have a reason to be excited. Longtime women’s basketball point guard Kiara Leslie was drafted by the Washington Mystics and will join T.J. Warren and Dennis Smith Jr. as Pack alumni playing professionally. Let’s take a look at how each Pack pro has performed this season: