Playing in front of a packed house at the revamped Dail Soccer Field, the N.C. State men's soccer team tied UNC Greensboro, 0-0, Tuesday night in the Pack's first exhibition game of the season.
Coach Kelly Findley took the field for the first time at the helm of the program, and had 23 players see action during the course of the game.
Sophomore Fabian Otte got the start in goal for N.C. State, and finished with two saves in his 45 minutes of action. The second half was split between senior Vasilios Dimopoulos (31 minutes) and freshman Joe Mills (14 minutes). Dimopoulos led the Wolfpack with three saves on the night.
Freshman Monbo Bokar had the Wolfpack's first quality look in the 16th minute, but his shot slid wide. Redshirt-freshman Nazmi Albadawi nearly found the back of the net twice in a two minute span midway through the second half, but both of his attempts were saved.
The Spartans' best scoring chance came in the 67th minute, when Oddur Gudmundsson rang a shot off the post.
Meet the Fighting Camels: Campbell University men's soccer fans will have their first chance to meet the 2011 Fighting Camels Thursday with a Meet the Team Night at the Eakes Athletic Complex.
Gates open at 6:30 p.m. with free pizza available for those in attendance.
Duke volleyball team ranked No. 17: The reigning ACC champion Duke volleyball team is ranked No. 17 in the AVCA Preseason Coaches Poll as announced by the American Volleyball Coaches Association on Monday.
The Blue Devils, who advanced to the NCAA Round of Eight last season, are coached by 2010 ACC and East Region Coach of the Year Jolene Nagel and return five starters from last season's ACC Championship team.
Women's All-America Soccer: Boston College leads all schools with three student-athletes named to the 2011 Soccer America Preseason Women's All-America team, and a total of seven ACC players were named to the 25-member team announced by the publication Tuesday morning.
In addition to the BC trio of goalkeeper Jillian Mastroianni, midfielder Kristie Mewis and forward Vicki DiMartino, the ACC is represented by Florida State defender Toni Pressley, Maryland forward Jasmyne Spencer, North Carolina midfielder Crystal Dunn (2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year) and Wake Forest forward Katie Stengel (2010 ACC Freshman of the Year).