A historic season for Pack men’s golf came to an end at the NCAA Championships. Like all other college sports, COVID-19 made it a unique season, but the Pack was able to persevere.
The Wolfpack men's golf team came up short at the NCAA Championships in Scottsdale, Arizona. A 7-over par performance by Benjamin Shipp was not enough to push the Pack past the third round.
Following a top-five finish at the Kingston regional, the NC State men's golf team will compete in the NCAA Championships May 29-June 2.
The NC State men's golf team finished the Kingston Regional tied for fourth at 3-under par, good enough to earn the Pack a trip to the National Championship in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Monika Vicario finished second among golfers competing individually at the Columbus Regional, ending the regional tied for 73rd overall at 18-over par.
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.