North Carolina didn’t waste any time continuing its dominance over N.C. State at the Smith Center under Roy Williams.
Myisha Goodwin-Coleman scored all 16 of her points after halftime, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 3:51 left, to help No. 18 North Carolina State beat No. 8 Maryland 72-63 on Thursday night.
ACC leading scorer T.J. Warren scored 30 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead North Carolina State over Florida State 74-70 on Wednesday.
Former Duke and UNC all-Americans Gene Banks and Eric Montross, former N.C. State star Julius Hodge amojng 2014 ACC Men's Basketball Legends Class.
N.C. State’s T.J. Warren has thrived all season despite facing defenses geared to stop him.
N.C. State will play five of its first seven 2014 football games at Carter-Finley Stadium, according to the schedule released Wednesday by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
November’s Duke-North Carolina football game at Wallace Wade Stadium will be played under the lights on national TV on Thursday, Nov. 20. UNC will host N.C. State on Saturday, Nov. 29, in the first regular-finale between the two schools to be played at Kenan Stadium.
Jabari Parker scored 23 points and No. 23 Duke scored 33 points off turnovers to beat North Carolina State on Saturday.
After disposing of Virginia 69-65 Monday night to ease the sting of last Saturday’s 72-59 loss at Clemson, Duke welcomes Triangle ACC rival N.C. State to Cameron Indoor Stadium Saturday, Jan. 18 (2 p.m., WRAL).
Markeisha Gatling shot 8 for 8 from the field for 20 points on Thursday night as No. 20 N.C. State beat No. 17 Florida State 80-57.
Codi Miller-McIntyre inbounded the ball, got it right back and charged down the court with his team down a point.
It was the last-second shot Wake Forest's floor leader was to more than ready to take.
"I wanted it," he said. "What type of player would I be if I didn't want it?"
The sophomore hit that runner while being fouled with 4.9 seconds left to help Wake Forest beat North Carolina State 70-69 on Wednesday night.
Miller-McIntyre scored 20 points, the last coming when he raced down court on that length-of-the-court inbounds play to hit the leaner while being bumped by Ralston Turner. Miller-McIntyre missed the free throw, but N.C. State's Anthony "Cat" Barber wasn't close on a desperation shot at the buzzer.
It was a big win for the Demon Deacons (12-5, 2-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who had lost two straight since their upset of North Carolina here Jan. 5.
The win against the Wolfpack (11-6, 1-3) marked the first time the Demon Deacons had beaten UNC and N.C. State in the same season in four years, according to STATS LLC. It was the first time the Demon Deacons beat both at home in the same season since 2008-09, when Wake Forest rose to No. 1 in the national rankings.
The Tar Heels and the Wolfpack will play a non-conference game on April 15 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park, the site of last year’s 18-inning ACC Tournament marathon between the teams that set a state record for attendance at a college baseball game.
Joe Harris scored 16 points and Virginia routed N.C. State 76-45 on Saturday night.
Mount Zion went basket for basket with nationally fourth-ranked Oak Hill before the size of the squad from Mouth of Wilson, Va., allowed the visitors to gain separation for a 72-62 win Friday night at Mount Zion Christian Academy.
No. 13 UNC TURNS IT ON AFTER TURNOVERS BY No. 20 N.C. STATE
Freshman Diamond DeShields scored 21 points to help No. 13 North Carolina beat No. 20 N.C. State 79-70 on Thursday night. Xylina McDaniel added 15 points for the Tar Heels (13-3, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who used a 24-2 run late in the first half to take control after an early 10-point deficit. UNC led 45-29 at halftime and by double figures for most of the second half, though the Wolfpack (14-2, 1-1) rallied to within five points three times in the final 3 minutes only to fall short. Markeisha Gatling had 18 points to lead N.C. State, which had its first national ranking since the 2006-07 season under late Hall of Famer Kay Yow. First-year coach Wes Moore's team was trying for its first 2-0 ACC start since 2000. The Tar Heels shot 51 percent, with DeShields scoring 10 points during UNC's big run. DEVELOPING ...