The NC State baseball team had a roller coaster of a season in 2021, experiencing the full extent of the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat on its journey to and exit from the College World Series.
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With the Wolfpack baseball team was eliminated on a no-decision due to COVID-19 protocols, ending its season, many wonder what could have been for the Pack.
NC State baseball improved to 2-0 in the double elimination portion of the College World Series with a 1-0 win over the Vanderbilt Commodores. The contest was characterized by quality performances from both pitchers, but a Terrell Tatum bomb would be enough to earn the win for the Wolfpack.
Wave II of the U.S. Olympic Trials was filled with NC State swimmers, adding even more to the growing list of Olympians with NC State connections.
NC State baseball is preparing to make its first trip to Omaha since the 2013 season. The team is scheduled to face off against extremely stiff competition in a double-elimination format to keep its national championship hopes alive.
NC State baseball is headed to its first Super Regional since 2013. With a trip to Omaha on the line, Arkansas will be a tough team for the red-hot Wolfpack to overcome.
Seven swimmers from NC State competed in Wave I of the U.S. Olympic Trials and three qualified for Wave II based on their results.
The NC State baseball team trounced the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 14-7, advancing to its first Super Regional since its College World Series appearance in 2013.
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.