College Notebook

NCSU women gymnasts on to postseason

News ServicesMarch 26, 2013 

The N.C. State women’s gymnastics team (11-9-1) received its 11th consecutive selection to compete in the 2013 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships. The Wolfpack will compete in the Columbus, Ohio, regional hosted by Ohio State University.


North Carolina: The Tar Heels’ games against Virginia Commonwealth and Winthrop originally scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday have been moved to 5 p.m. and 4 p.m., respectively.

Women’s Golf

Campbell: With two players among the top nine individuals, Campbell stands sixth after the first round of the Briar’s Creek Invitational in John’s Island, S.C.


Saint Augustine’s: The best season in school history ended for the Falcons at the CIAA Women’s Bowling Championships in Durham.

The Falcons lost 4-1 to Winston-Salem State in bracket play at AMF Durham Lanes.

Men’s Golf

Campbell ties for 5th: Freshman Alvaro Veiga (5-over 149) finished fifth individually and Campbell was fifth in the team standings in Wilmington after the final round of the Seahawk Invitational.

•  Duke freshman Mads Soegaard posted rounds of 73 and 69 Monday to grab a share of the tournament lead at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate in Awendaw, S.C. Soegaard’s two-under 142 helped pace the Blue Devils to 14-over 590 on the par 72, 7,363-yard course. N.C. State (18-over 594 thru 36) was in fourth and North Carolina (23-over 599) fifth when play was stopped due to darkness.


Campbell 14-7, N.C. Central 2-1: Junior Raven Lee connected on three home runs and nine RBIs in a doubleheader sweep of N.C. Central, 14-2 in five innings and 7-1, in Buies Creek.

Saint Augustine’s: Centerfielder Daja White was named CIAA player of the week after batting .571 with six home runs, 22 RBIs and 12 runs scored in seven games last week, and second baseman Ramadana Simmons was named CIAA defensive player of the week after recording 13 putouts and 11 assists at second base in seven games last week.

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