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By From Sun news services | November 13, 2009
Tracy Smith had 18 points and 11 rebounds to help North Carolina State beat visiting Georgia State, 69-53, in the season opener for both teams Thursday night. Julius Mays scored 14 of his 16 points after halftime for the Wolfpack (1-0), which shook off a bad shooting night and the stubborn Panthers to win its 16th straight opener. N.C. State won despite shooting 41 percent and missing 13 of 16 3-point attempts. Ousman Krubally had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Georgia State (0-1)
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Sports Digest | March 23, 2014
Colleges Terps beat No. 11 N.C. State in baseball again, 7-4 Freshman starter Mike Shawaryn held 11th-ranked North Carolina State to one run over seven innings and center fielder Charlie White hit his first career home run to help Maryland (15-6, 4-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) to a 7-4 victory over the visiting Wolfpack (14-7, 3-5) to clinch a series win. Shawaryn scattered four hits over seven innings and struck out six, one shy of his career high, to improve to 5-0 this season.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | March 4, 1991
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Though they take a public stance of neutrality, there could be no question that Atlantic Coast Conference officials had a secret wish for tonight's women's basketball tournament final.Wake Forest coach Joe Sanchez alluded to it Saturday night after his Deacons lost to seventh-ranked North Carolina State.He said that everybody wanted to see the Wolfpack and top-ranked Virginia play for the tournament title, and after their two previous meetings this season, including a wonderful triple-overtime slugfest, who could argue?
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Sports Digest | March 22, 2014
College baseball Maryland blows out No. 11 N.C. State, 10-0 Jake Stinnett struck out a career-high 14 batters and held No. 11 North Carolina State to two hits through five innings to lead Maryland past the Wolfpack, 10-0, Friday night at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium in College Park. Stinnett's 14 strikeouts are the most in an Atlantic Coast Conference game this season and the most by a Terps pitcher since 2008. Stinnett struck out nine of the first 17 batters he faced, including striking out the side in the fourth.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 22, 1997
North Carolina State's Nick Dutka dribbled down the right side of the field and connected for a goal at the 36-minute mark as the visiting Wolfpack (5-1) upset second-ranked Maryland, 1-0, at Ludwig Field in a men's college soccer match.This marks the first loss of the season for the Terrapins (5-1-2), after blanking N.C. State, 7-0, in last year's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.Maryland outshot N.C. State 11-7 and held the Wolfpack to three shots on goal in the second half. Wolfpack goalie Dan Alexander had six saves, three more than the Terrapins' Andy Kirk.
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By Tom Sorensen and Tom Sorensen,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 30, 1990
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The All American Bowl is not one ofcollege football's great bowls. But on Friday night, it gave football fans a great game.North Carolina State scored when it had to and played defense when it had to, and in the final interminable minutes it dug in and hung on when it had to and beat Southern Mississippi, 31-27.All week, the Wolfpack contended that it was better than its 6-5 record, but not many fans showed up at Legion Field to find out whether it was right. Bowl organizers expected more than 60,000 fans if the weather was good.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | March 17, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- For a couple of sloooow hours at Cole Field House yesterday afternoon, as the season was slipping away in the second round of the NCAA tournament, North Carolina State needed the bad, old days again. Jimmy Valvano. Oh, yes. The Wolfpack could have used V against Oklahoma State yesterday.It was a V game. It had V's fingerprints all over it. Eddie Sutton had Oklahoma State holding the ball, slowing the pace and FTC playing elbows-out defense. You walked it up, ran your patterns, worked your mismatches and made your free throws.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | January 23, 1995
RALEIGH, N.C. -- In a neatly framed performance at Reynolds Coliseum yesterday, the eighth-ranked Maryland Terrapins and All-American Joe Smith demonstrated why they are both considered among college basketball's elite.Smith led Maryland to a blazing start that produced an 18-point lead over North Carolina State in the first six minutes, then returned from some second-half foul trouble to steady the Terps and silence the Wolfpack once and for all.The combination -- which included 26 points, nine rebounds and four blocks by the 6-foot-10 sophomore center -- helped Maryland to a comfortable 84-67 victory, its first in three years here and only the second for coach Gary Williams in six trips onto N.C. State's home court.
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By Charles Chandler and Charles Chandler,Knight-Ridder | June 19, 1992
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Former North Carolina State basketball coach Jim Valvano has been diagnosed as having cancer in his back.Valvano, now a television analyst with ABC and ESPN, has not felt well for more than a month and has been undergoing tests in Raleigh, said his agent, Art Kaminsky.Kaminsky said that Valvano was given the diagnosis this week but that the extent of the illness had not been determined."It's serious, I won't deny that, but there are many details we don't know yet," Kaminsky said.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- In one respect, the North Carolina State women's basketball team achieved some measure of success against Maryland last night.The Wolfpack managed to hold center Jessie Hicks more than 16 points below her average of 18.6.But that was the extent of the N.C. State highlights, as the No. 8 Terps pounded out a 92-52 victory over the Wolfpack before 3,476, the fifth-largest crowd to see a Maryland women's game at Cole Field House.The 40-point drubbing was the worst administered by a Marylandteam to an Atlantic Coast Conference opponent in 15 years of league play, surpassing a 100-64 win over Duke in 1988-89, the last season the Terps went to the Final Four.
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From Sun staff reports | January 31, 2014
Freshman Lexie Brown scored a career-high 20 points, while senior Alyssa Thomas added 18 points and nine rebounds, but Maryland's No. 8 women's basketball team fell behind late in the second half and lost at No. 18 North Carolina State, 72-63, on Thursday night. Maryland (16-4, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) led 53-44 with 12:21 to play; then a layup by N.C. State's Kody Burke sparked a 28-10 run to close the game. The Wolfpack (19-3, 6-2) started the game with a 6-0 lead less than two minutes in. The Terps responded with a 22-6 run, jump-started by Brown's two 3s. Thomas scored 10 consecutive points herself in the run as the Terps led by 10 with 11 minutes left in the half.
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By Jeff Barker | January 20, 2014
RALEIGH, N.C. - Last week, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon encouraged his uptight team to relax, have more fun and not let the weight of the season's expectations become a burden. On Monday night, the Terps encountered a struggling, depleted North Carolina State team even more in need of inner peace than they were. It turned out to be N.C. State that ended the night with something to smile about - a 65-56 victory in which the Terps surrendered an 11-point lead. How could the Terps have any fun when they lost to a Wolfpack team missing its leading scorer and rebounder - T.J. Warren - with an ankle injury?
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2013
RALEIGH, N.C. - Playing one of the best all-around games of his career, Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown nearly topped his school record for rushing yards by a quarterback in a season. Brown ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more in Saturday's 41-21 victory over North Carolina State. With 138 rushing yards, Brown moved to 538 for the season. His 574 yards rushing in 2011 are a school record. Brown said his total on Saturday was aided by running backs Brandon Ross and Albert Reid , who the Wolfpack defense could not ignore on read-option plays.
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By Gene Wang and The Washington Post | January 18, 2013
The 10th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team turned to its two most indispensable players and received all-around contributions from a freshman Thursday night to run away from North Carolina State, 82-62, at Comcast Center. Senior forward Tianna Hawkins scored 16 of her game-high 26 points in the second half and grabbed a season-high 17 rebounds, and junior forward Alyssa Thomas added 18 points, seven rebounds and a game-high six assists to push Maryland to a fourth straight win and its 10th victory in 11 games.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
With the first pick of Wednesday's Major League Lacrosse supplemental draft, the Rochester Rattlers selected former Baltimore Bayhawk Mark Millon, who will come out of retirement to return to the league after a five-season absence. A member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and widely considered one of the greatest players in lacrosse history, Millon will turn 42 in May. He was the league's Offensive Player of the Year in 2002 and 2003, as well as the Most Valuable Player in 2005, and won the league championship with the Bayhawks in 2002.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2012
Football teams are notorious for adhering to routines, and under coach Randy Edsall, Maryland is no different. He doesn't want his players treating one game much differently than the next. Like a golf swing endlessly repeated, Edsall wants their preparation for each contest to be precise. Maryland's insistence on sameness helps explain why Terps players were offering few indications that Saturday's meeting with North Carolina State presented an opportunity for perhaps their most significant victory since Edsall's arrival in early 2011.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 13, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Another game, another opportunity to win, another loss.That's been the story of Maryland's football team two games intthe 1992 season.How close were the Terps yesterday to a victory? Maybe one toenail, a few fingertips and a couple of inches.Final score: North Carolina State 14, Maryland 10, before 27,55at Byrd Stadium.It was the second straight loss for the Terps (0-2 overall, 0-ACC), who a week ago gave up 16 fourth-quarter points in a 28-15 loss to Virginia."This is real frustrating to let two wins slip out of our hands,Maryland quarterback John Kaleo said.
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February 23, 1992
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Kevin Thompson scored a career-high 29 points, as North Carolina State stunned No. 4 North Carolina for the second time in a month with a 99-94 victory yesterday, ending a school-record nine-game losing streak.The loss all but eliminates the Tar Heels, who fell three games behind league-leading Duke, from the top seed in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.The point total equaled that of the 99-88 upset in Raleigh exactly one month ago -- the most the Wolfpack (10-15, 4-8)
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March 20, 2012
N.C. State could surprise David Teel Newport News Daily Press The lowest seed I see reaching New Orleans is Marquette. But the Golden Eagles are the West's No. 3 and the Big East regular-season runner-up, hardly what you'd consider a interloper. So the true low seed with the best chance? North Carolina State, the Midwest's No. 11. Wolfpack point guard Lorenzo Brown is better than most realize, and if they stay out of foul trouble, C.J. Leslie and Richard Howell are a load inside.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2012
Baltimore placed dead ninth in Southern Living's online poll to determine the South's "tastiest town. " Baltimore placed behind, in order, Lafayette, La., Louisville, Ky., New Orleans, Charleston, S.C., Charlottesville, Va., Houston, Birmingham, Ala. and Decatur, Ga. Baltimore did place ahead of Raleigh, N.C. in the poll. Eat it, Wolfpack. This is almost as satisfying as eliminating the Red Sox from the playoffs. Nine is fine. The poll results are here . The April issue of Southern Living featuring the "Tastiest Towns in the South" goes on newsstands on March 23, but you can preview the magazine's coverage of Baltimore's dining scene, including " The Perfect Eating Day in Baltimore, " with stops at Greg's Bagels, Thames Street Oyster House and Woodberry Kitchen, and a Baltimore-inspired recipe for fried soft-shell crabs benedict . The dining package also points out a few of Baltimore's tastemakers.
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