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Find Howling Cow Ice Cream at your Local Harris Teeter

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Maybe you’ve tasted the glory of NC State’s Howling Cow Ice Cream on campus, or at the North Carolina State Fair on an annual basis.

Some of you might have found the best ice cream in the Triangle in a local Harris Teeter.

Good News!

They just expanded to Howling Cow being served in 30 additional Harris Teeter’s.

  • Haddon Hall Commons, 750 West Williams St., Apex
  • Carrmill Mall, 310 N Greensboro St., Carrboro
  • Village Square, 885 Walnut St., Cary
  • Harrison Pointe, 270 Grande Heights Dr., Cary
  • University Mall, 2110 S Estes Dr., Chapel Hill
  • Chapel Hill North, 1800 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., Chapel Hill  
  • Meadowmont Village, 116 W Barbee Chapel Rd., Chapel Hill        
  • Chatham Downs, 88 Chatham Downs Dr., Chapel Hill                                
  • Crescent Commons, 2080 Kildaire Farm Rd. ,Cary
  • Tryon Village, 1151 Tryon Village Dr., Cary
  • Stonebridge Village, 3430 Ten Ten Rd., Cary
  • Stone Creek Village, 98 Cornerstone Dr., Cary
  • Parkside Town Commons, 7145 O’kelly Chapel Rd., Cary              
  • Cary Park Town Center, 10140 Green Level Church Rd., Cary       
  • Flowers Crossroads, 67 Flowers Crossroads Way, Clayton
  • 1371 East Broad St., Fuquay-Varina
  • Sunset Lake Rd, 5277 Sunset Lake Rd. Holly Springs                                 
  • Southpark Village, 324 Village Walk Dr., Holly Springs     
  • McCrimmon Corners, 4093 Davis Dr., Morrisville   
  • Heritage Lake, 3638 Rogers Rd., Wake Forest
  • Harris Crossing, 13686 Capital Blvd., Wake Forest
  • Creedmoor Village, 1432 Brogden Woods Dr., Wake Forest
  • Kings Grant, 8101 Fayetteville Rd., Raleigh 
  • Cameron Village, 500 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh
  • Plaza West, 5563 Western Blvd., Raleigh
  • Glenwood Village, 2603 Glenwood Ave. Suite 101, Raleigh           
  • North Hills East, 120-100 St. Albans Dr., Raleigh
  • North Ridge, 6024 Falls of the Neuse Rd., Raleigh  
  • Creedmoor Road, 2051 W. Millbrook Rd., Raleigh
  • Old Raleigh Village, 3201-123 Edwards Mill Rd., Raleigh
  • Leesville Towne Center, 13210 Strickland Rd., Raleigh                              
  • Stonehenge Market, 7400 Creedmoor Rd., Raleigh
  • Wakefield, 14520 John Rex Blvd., Raleigh
  • Falls Pointe, 9600 Falls of the Neuse Rd., Raleigh
  • The Corners at Brier Creek, 4221 Corners Pkwy., Raleigh  
  • Willowhaven, 1501 Horton Rd., Durham                                                     
  • Erwin Square, 2107 Hillsborough Rd., Durham
  • Commons at University Place, 1817 Martin Luther King Jr Pkwy., Durham
  • Hope Valley Commons, 1125 West NC 54 Hwy. Suite 310, Durham
  • Westridge Village, 3679 Sunset Ave., Rocky Mount
  • Heritage Crossing, 3401 Raleigh Road Pkwy. W, Suite 10A, Wilson
  • Highland Centre, 2800 Raeford Rd., 
    Fayetteville                                                     
  • Hope Mills, 3050 Traemoor Village Dr., Fayetteville                      
  • Center Park Plaza, 11109 US 15-501 Hwy. Unit 1804, Aberdeen
  • Mill Creek, 400 Mill Creek Rd., Carthage
  • Pine Croft, 305 Ivey Ln., Pinehurst (Link)

Howling Cow has been produced for 70 years now by NC State.

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FULL HIGHLIGHTS: NC State obliterates #6 Duke, 88-66

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NC State played their most complete game of the season, out-playing the #6 Blue Devils from tip to buzzer, resulting in a stunning 88-66 victory.
Three Pack players scored over 20 points, led by senior Markell Johnson with 28 (Daniels had 25 and Funderburk had 21. The Pack shot a solid 45% from the floor and a sizzling 60% from beyond the arc. NC State outrebounded Duke 36-27.

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Elly Henes Becomes 1st ACC XC Performer of the Year in School History, Mom Laurie Wins ACC Coach of the Year 5th Time

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Senior Elly Henes was named the ACC Women’s Cross Country Performer of the Year yesterday, becoming the first person in NC State history to do so. Her mother, Laurie Henes, who happens to be the Wolfpack Women’s Cross Country head coach, was named the ACC Coach of the Year for the 5th time.

Elly Henes, of Cary, North Carolina, entered the 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships as the 13th multi-year cross country All-American in NC State program history and delivered a career-best 10th-place finish of 20:20.7 on the 6K course.

Earlier, Henes had claimed 2019 ACC and Southeast Regional gold medals with respective winning times of 20:37.4 and 19:48.9. Henes is just the fifth runner in NC State women’s cross country history to earn All-America honors three or more times.

Laurie Henes, in her 14th year as the Wolfpack women’s cross country head coach, led NC State to its fourth consecutive ACC championship and 25th overall. Henes’ Wolfpack placed fifth at this year’s NCAA Championships, marking the program’s fifth consecutive top-15 finish and the highest since 2016. In addition to her daughter Elly, Henes coached freshman Kelsey Chmiel to an All-America finish at the NCAA finals (22nd place).

Henes, a former NC State All-American who ran on four ACC championship teams and was the conference’s gold medalist in 1991, was also recognized as the USTFCCCA Southeast Region Coach of the Year for the fourth consecutive season and the fifth time overall. (ACC)

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NC State Women’s Cross-Country Finish 5th at NCAA’s, Men Finish 26th

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Yesterday, NC State’s Women’s Cross-Country team finished 5th in the NCAA Championships, and the Men’s team finished 26th.

Last year, the Women’s team finished 13th, but the Top-5 isn’t abnormal for the Pack, finishing there 3 out of the last 5 years.

This was a step back for the Men’s team, finishing 11th in 2018.

Senior Elly Henes finished 10th in the nation, and earned All-American honors for the third time in her career, making her only 1 of 5 women in school history to do so. The last time a member of NC State’s Women’s team earned 3 consecutive All-American honors was in 1982-84 (Connie Jo Robinson).

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Freshman Kelsey Chmiel earned All-American honors, finishing 21st, which is the highest finish by a Wolfpack rookie since 2010.

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Junior Ian Shanklin finished 39th, earning the first All-American honors for the Men’s team since 2013.

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NC State Women’s Basketball Defensively Smothers Maine 62-34

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#14 NC State’s Women’s Basketball team improved to 4-0 yesterday, defeating Maine (1-3) 62-34.

It wasn’t the Wolfpack’s best shooting day, but fortunately, their defense was stifling, holding Maine to 24.6% shooting from the field and 34 points on the day.

Sophomore Elissa Cunane had a double-double for the 2nd consecutive game, with 12 points (4-8) and 10 rebounds. The double-double was the 6th of her career.

Freshman Forward Jada Boyd had a career-high 16 rebounds (team high), as well as 3 assists (team high), 3 blocks (team high) and 8 points (4-8).

Senior Guard Aislinn Konig shot 50% from three (3-6), which marks her best performance on the year. Considering the fact that “Ace” started the year in a shooting slump, this was extremely encouraging to see.

 

Redshirt Senior Grace Hunter was held out of this game after tweaking her knee a couple of days ago. They are hopeful she will be able to play against St. Mary’s on Sunday. Hunter is coming off of an ACL surgery, and had 15 points last game.

The Wolfpack will play their first road game of the season on Sunday at St. Mary’s at 5pm.

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