In a tumultuous season that saw multiple injuries and COVID cancellations, the Wolfpack men’s tennis team finished its season with a disappointing early exit in the NCAA team tournament.
The NC State women’s tennis team soared to new heights in 2021, including a historic run to the final four of the NCAA team championships, the furthest such run in program history.
Anna Rogers and Alana Smith's semifinal run highlights the Wolfpack women's tennis program's performance in the NCAA Doubles Championships.
Alana Smith and Anna Rogers represented Wolfpack women's tennis in the NCAA Singles Championship. Although Smith bowed out in the first round, Rogers became the first player in program history to reach the round of 16.
No. 25 Alexis Galarneau saw the end of his run through the NCAA singles tournament on Tuesday with his loss to Alexsandar Kovacevic. The fifth-year has been an integral part of NC State men’s tennis during his time with the program and put up quite the fight in what will likely be his final match.
The No. 6 Wolfpack women’s tennis team’s historic postseason run came to an end as the No. 2 Texas Longhorns swept the Pack in the national semifinal, the furthest the Pack had ever made it in the postseason.
The NC State women's tennis team took down No. 3 Georgia 4-2 in the quarterfinals, securing its place in the program's first ever NCAA semifinals.
NC State women's tennis is headed to the NCAA quarterfinals for the first time in program history. The Wolfpack took down a rampant USC team that had already completed two upsets to secure the quarterfinal berth.
No. 25 NC State men's tennis saw its season end as the Pack was shut out by No. 13 South Carolina. One doubles win was not enough to gain a point, and the Wolfpack was shut out.