NC State Wolfpack Womens Volleyball Tickets
Team: NC State Wolfpack
First Season: 1974-1975
Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, Atlantic Coast Conference
2018-2019 Record: 28-6 Overall, 12-4 Conference, 17-2 Home Games, 8-2 Away Games, 3-2 Neutral
Rivals: North Carolina Tar Heels
NC State Wolfpack Women's Basketball TicketsThe NC State Wolfpack women's basketball team is coming up on 30 NCAA Tournament appearances. Thirteen of those appearances saw the Wolfpack make it all the way to the Sweet 16 before going home. They also had a run-up to the Final Four in 1998. Additionally, the Wolfpack team has been regular season conference champions five times and conference tournament champions four times. At the end of the 2018-2019 season, the team was ranked ninth in the well-known USA Today Coaches Poll, and a variety of athletes from the squad received honors. Kiara Leslie, a graduate guard in 2018-2019, earned the Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention. During the season, she posted impressive stats, including 10 double-doubles and two 30+-point games. Elissa Cunane, a freshman in 2018-2019, had a record season, which was impressive enough to earn her an invitation to the USA Basketball U19 World Cup Team Trials. Get your NC State Wolfpack women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where does the NC State Wolfpack women's basketball team play its home games?The NC State Wolfpack women's basketball team plays its home games at the William Neal Reynolds Coliseum. The facility was first opened to the public back in 1949. It then underwent an extensive renovation and reopened its doors in 2016. The $36 million upgrade cut the number of seats from 8,300 to 5,500 in order to give the fans a more intimate sporting experience. Additionally, the concessions, restrooms and hospitality areas were all made new. There is also new LED lighting throughout the arena and a state-of-the-art center-hung video display.
How many NC State Wolfpack women's basketball players have been named ACC Player of the Year?Two players from the Wolfpack have been named player of the year. Andrea Stinson captured the honor in 1990, and Summer Erb received it in 1999.
Who are some NC State Wolfpack women's basketball alumnae Hall of Famers?Genia Beasley was a member of the Class of 1980. Upon graduation, she had captured numerous team records, including highest career total points (2,367), highest number of career rebounds (1,245) and highest number of double-doubles in a career (60). Beasley also earned a few accolades, including 1980 ACC Tournament MVP and the Kodak All-American in 1978. Linda Page, Class of 1985, is one of four players in team history to score over 2,000 points. At 85.3%, her free-throw percentage is the highest in the Wolfpack's history. She also holds the record for free throws made with 407.
Who is the head coach of the NC State Wolfpack women's basketball team?The 2019-2020 season is Wes Moore's seventh season coaching the Wolfpack. He is one of the top coaches in women's college basketball, which is evidenced by his winning record of 698-227 (pct .754). In total, Moore has been coaching for 30 seasons (not counting the 2019-2020 season), and 29 of those seasons have been winning years. On top of that, 25 of those 29 winning years were 20-win seasons, and 12 of them were 25-win seasons. His record at NC State is an impressive 140-58, and, of the six seasons he's been at the helm, four of them yielded NCAA Tournament appearances. Due to his coaching skills, Moore has received coach-of-the-year honors 12 times in his history as a college basketball coach. Moore was once an assistant head coach with the Wolfpack from 1993-1995. During his time there, the team posted a record of 34-24 and made it to the Sweet 16.
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