The No. 5 ranked NC State wrestling team will look to continue its flawless season as it competes in two northern duals this weekend against Drexel and Hofstra.
The No. 6 NC State wrestling team stayed undefeated in duals on the season, defeating No. 12 Princeton in dominating fashion 29-12 in Reynolds Coliseum Saturday afternoon.
The NC State Wolfpack wrestling team welcomes the Princeton Tigers into Valvano Arena at Reynolds Coliseum this Saturday, Jan. 11 at 1 p.m. for its eighth dual match of the season. The Pack (7-0) comes in ranked No. 6 in the country, while the Tigers (2-2) are ranked No. 12.
With students back on campus, there are a couple of opportunities to catch NC State in action this week and cheer on women’s and men’s basketball, and women’s and men’s tennis.
The NC State wrestling has started the 2019-20 season going 7-0 in duals and performing really well in its most recent invitational. However, it’s going to have a chance to show how good it is with a very difficult ACC schedule.
The No. 6 NC State wrestling team competed in the Southern Scuffle after the new year, placing eight wrestlers on the podium and placing second as a team in Chattanooga, Tennessee. 34 total teams were represented and the Pack only finished behind No. 9 Oklahoma State.
It’s the final day of 2019, and Technician sports finishes out the top 19 NC State sports moments of the year with 1-7 on New Year’s Eve. The finale includes huge postseason finishes from NC State wrestling, swimming and diving, and women’s cross country, long winning streaks from Pack baseball and women’s basketball, and a pair of men’s basketball buzzer-beaters.
After being off for over two weeks for the holidays, select members of the No. 6 NC State wrestling team will be back in action for the annual Southern Scuffle on Jan.1-2 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.