With the 2020 Olympic Games no underway, Culture Editor Same Overton breaks down all of the NC State connections at this year's games.
It was a wild ride for all sports teams this year, but NC State volleyball certainly had the tallest drop with a new coach coming in.
NC State (8-9, 7-9 ACC) just couldn’t keep up with the dominant Louisville (12-2, 10-2 ACC) team, who overtook the Pack in almost every statistical category. Junior outside hitter Jade Parchment led NC State in points (12), digs (8), kills (12) and hitting percentage (.360).
The NC State volleyball team was swept 3-0 by the No. 22 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Saturday, March 27 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The current owners of a three-game win streak, the volleyball team will hit the road to close out the season. To end the year, three of the four opponents the Pack will face are ranked.
The NC State volleyball team swept Boston College in straight sets to win its last home game of the season. This is the Pack’s second shutout in a row after beating Clemson on Friday and third consecutive win overall.
The NC State volleyball team beat the Clemson Tigers in straight sets on Friday, March 19 for the team’s second straight win, pushing the team’s overall record to 7-7. With five more matches in the season, this victory to push the Pack to .500 was critical.
With just six matches left in the season, Pack volleyball will face Clemson and Boston College in its last two at home before a four-game road trip.
Behind a 50-assist performance from Kristen McDaniel, NC State volleyball snapped its losing streak.