With certain wrestling and women’s basketball upperclassmen leaders announcing their return next year, a number of Pack teams are looking stronger than ever.
At the end of the NCAA Championships, Wolfpack wrestling finished sixth in the team score. Redshirt sophomore Trent Hidlay had the best tournament run on the team, placing second, while redshirt senior Tariq Wilson placed third.
After sending three wrestlers to the semifinals of the NCAA Championships, redshirt sophomore Trent Hidlay is the lone member of NC State wrestling heading to the finals. The team is tied for sixth in the overall score at the end of the day two.
Five NC State wrestlers qualified for the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships on Thursday, March 18. Tariq Wilson secured the highest margin of victory in a 16-0 tech fall in the 141.
The No. 7 NC State wrestling team will send nine wrestlers to the NCAA championships, with Trent and Hayden Hidlay each getting a No. 2 seed, the highest of any wrestler on the team.
NC State wrestling sent six wrestlers to finals and five came away with individual titles as the Wolfpack won its third straight ACC title. No NC State wrestler finished lower than fourth.
Looking for its third conference championship in a row, Pack wrestling hosts the ACC Championship in Reynolds Coliseum with four No. 1 seeds.
Lying just southwest of Omaha, Nebraska, wrestling in Springfield, Nebraska initially gave Trumble an outlet to unleash his frustration growing up before evolving into a mode of self-reliance.
NC State wrestling ended its regular season on Friday, Feb. 12, putting a beat down on the Blue Devils, 37-6.