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This weekend NC State track and field competed in two different meets, recording some solid finishes in both.
The No. 8 NC State men’s golf team fielded its most competitive roster in recent years, with graduate Benjamin Shipp providing star power. Shipp won two individual titles in the spring.
The NC State track and field team sent 19 members to the Virginia Invite Friday, April 2, and Saturday, April 3. The men’s team was able to secure five podium finishes, including four first-place finishes.
The No. 11 women’s tennis team is on a six-match winning streak that will be put to the test in April. Among the team’s remaining opponents: No. 1 UNC-Chapel Hill.
Coming off five straight wins, NC State women’s tennis (13-3, 7-2 ACC) found itself facing an opponent in the Miami Hurricanes (9-6, 6-4 ACC) who would play them more competitive than its past opponents in its winning streak. That winning streak almost stopped at five, but the Wolfpack was able to pull through, winning 4-3 against Miami in Coral Gables, Florida.
The upcoming series against a 6-6 Duke team at the Durham Bulls stadium is the perfect time for Wolfpack baseball to get back on track after losing its first two ACC series.
NC State gymnastics made the trip up north to Durham, New Hampshire for a meet against New Hampshire, and despite having two rotations of 49 points or more, the New Hampshire Wildcats hung on to win the meet 196.125-195.850.This is NC State’s fourth straight loss to the Wildcats, dating back to March 2, 2019.
NC State gymnastics posted a season-high 196.200 in its tri-meet on Saturday, Feb. 27, beating UNC and Temple.
Coming off a disappointing loss at Syracuse, NC State will look to rebound in a potential upset win over the No. 14 Virginia Cavaliers, who the Pack defeated last year.