NC State men's golf secured the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Kingston Springs Regional, where it will face off against 12 other schools including No. 1 Clemson and No. 6 Virginia.
Senior Monika Vicario earned an individual bid in the NCAA Columbus Regional, marking the 18th of the last 20 postseasons to include a Wolfpack golfer.
The No. 9 NC State men’s golf team was defeated by No. 4 Clemson 3-1-1 in match play during the semifinals this past weekend at the ACC Championship in Atlanta.
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.
By finishing outside the top four, the Wolfpack did not advance to the match play portion of the tournament to compete for the team title.
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.
Following a trip to Charlottesville, Virginia in a matchup against UVA, the women’s golf team will participate in the ACC Championships at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Women’s golf’s freshman Isabel Amezcua is showing huge strides in each competition. Amezcua’s highest ranking of the year came in the Palmetto Intercollegiate tournament where she finished 31st of 62.