The NC State wrestling team has gotten off to a hot start, winning all six of its matches so far and climbing to No. 6 in the NWCA rankings. This weekend, a select lineup will be heading to Las Vegas for the Cliff Keen Invitational in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The No. 9 NC State wrestling team had two big wins on Nov. 23 against No. 15 Cornell and Binghamton. In its first away matches, the Wolfpack (6-0) won 16 of the 20 individual matches in New York.
After successfully taking down Old Dominion on Friday in Reynolds Coliseum, the No. 9 NC State wrestling team went across the street to Carmichael Gymnasium to take on Belmont Abbey, UNC-Pembroke and Reinhardt in the Wolfpack duals on Saturday.
The No. 9 NC State wrestling squad battled by Old Dominion 22-11 in its dual meet on Friday night in Reynolds Coliseum to start the 2019-20 season on a good note.
With wrestling starting its season and basketball just starting, there are plenty of opportunities to check out the early games of these sports. There is also primetime football for the second week in a row.
The No. 9 NC State wrestling team will kick off the season with its first official match this Friday, Nov. 15, when it hosts Old Dominion at 7 p.m. inside Reynolds Coliseum.
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.
In its first tournament of the season, the NC State wrestling team traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, on Nov. 3 to compete in the Battle at The Citadel. The Wolfpack brought 13 wrestlers and had four wrestlers make the podium for a top-three finish. In the team standings, the Wolfpack finished in fifth place out of seven schools with 48.5 points.