After not being able to compete in 2020 due to COVID-19, the NC State men’s golf team will look to win its first ACC Championship since 1990. The Pack begins play on Friday, April 23.
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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 men’s and women’s golf teams both had their seasons cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and despite missing out on its last few tournaments, both teams had some special performances in the fall and spring. These are the top five moments from its 2019-2020 season.
The NC State men’s and women’s golf teams were set to finish their 2020 seasons on a high note. The men’s team had three tournaments left before postseason play and the women’s team had two tournaments remaining before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled all NCAA sporting events for the rest of the year.
The NC State men’s and women’s golf teams will be competing this weekend, Oct. 11-13, at different tournaments.
At the Golfweek Conference Challenge at Red Sky Golf Club in Walcott, CO, the NC State women's golf team finished in ninth place out of 18 teams in its second tournament of the fall season. The combined score for the Wolfpack was 21 over par for the three-round tournament.
The NC State women’s golf team finished 14th out of 17 teams at the Cougar Classic hosted by the College of Charleston in Hanahan, SC despite a career-best 69 from senior Mim Sangkapong in the final round.
The NC State women’s golf team placed 11th out of 19 teams in its first golf tournament of the 2018-19 season. However, the Cougar Classic cut the final round at Yeamans Hall in Hanahan, South Carolina due to impending weather from Hurricane Florence.