Wolfpack women’s soccer drops ACC opener to Pitt 2-0
PITTSBURGH The N.C. State women’s soccer team dropped its ACC opener on Sunday afternoon, falling at Pittsburgh by a final score of 2-0.
Jackie Stengel, Jenna Kalwa, and Rachel Cox led the Wolfpack (4-6-0, 0-1-0 ACC) offense with two shots each. State generated seven total shots, and redshirt junior goalkeeper Mackenzie made four saves.
East Carolina: Junior forward Lana Spitler scored her fifth goal of the season in the 59th minute as East Carolina defeated Old Dominion 1-0 in its non-conference finale at Johnson Soccer Stadium.
Duke: The No. 22 team played to a 0-0 draw against No. 2-ranked Florida State at Koskinen Stadium.gainst two top-five ranked opponents as Duke moves to 6-2-2 on the season and 0-0-1 in ACC play. Florida State is now 7-1-1, 0-0-1 on the season.
Campbell: Bradley Farias ran his goals coring streak to five matches as the Camels defeated Stetson 1-0 at the Eakes Athletic Complex.
North Carolina: Junior All-America Hayley Carter reached the singles final of the Oracle/ITA Masters but was unable to compete because of an injury suffered Saturday night during a consolation bracket doubles match at Malibu Racquet Club.
Duke: Freshmen Jessica Ho and Kaitlyn McCarthy remained unbeaten in singles play throughout the weekend at the Duke James Bonk Invite in Cary.
Saint Aug’s: The team defeated Elizabeth City State 3-0 in the CIAA Volleyball Round-Up I at Emery Gymnasium.
Shaw: The team lost 3-2 to Chowan in CC Spaulding Gymnasium to conclude the CIAA Round-Up.
Duke: The team beat No. 15 Old Dominion 3-1 at Jack Katz Stadium.
North Carolina: The No. 3 team won 3-0 against visiting Miami of Ohio.
Duke: Sophomore Nicolas Alvarez placed second at the Oracle/ITA Masters, and freshman Vincent Lin won the Duke James Bonk Invite black draw consolation finals.
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