NC State athletics has announced a new name, image and likeness (NIL) initiative, ALPHA, to assist student-athletes in maximizing their brands.
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The Wolfpack running backs are the most exciting aspect of the NC State offense, returning the dynamic trio of Zonovan Knight, Jordan Houston and Ricky Person Jr. while the receivers need to take a step up from last year.
NC State alerted students via a WolfAlert of four more COVID-19 clusters within sorority/fraternity houses on Aug. 21. The clusters are in the Sigma Nu fraternity house, Delta Gamma sorority house, Sigma Kappa sorority house and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house.
Not every new student coming to NC State comes in with the same level of knowledge about NC State Athletics. Some have been lifelong fans, others may have only seen a handful of events or none at all. Whichever camp you fall into, we wanted to make sure you knew at least one name on every NC State team, so here is the who is who of NC State Athletics.
After a successful fall season, Alpha Ultimate is prepared for its more important spring season, where it has a chance to climb its way up the College Men’s USAU Rankings and travel to nationals via a series of big tournaments.
The NC State club ultimate team, Alpha Ultimate, will travel to Athens, Georgia, Nov. 16-17, to compete in the Classic City Classic.
After getting rained out on Sunday of the Brickyard Brawl in its last tournament, Alpha Ultimate is traveling to Wilmington for the Fall Easters on the campus of UNC-Wilmington this weekend.
Alpha Ultimate, NC State’s men club ultimate team, went 4-0 in pool play on Saturday and was looking forward to a deep run in the bracket on Sunday, but the weather had other plans. The tournament was unable to start on day two and won’t be rescheduled this year.
The Wolfpack men’s and women’s club ultimate teams are hosting the Brickyard Brawl tournament this weekend, Oct. 19-20, on Miller Fields and Method Road Soccer Park.