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NC State Baseball Selected as #2 Seed in Greenville Regional

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RALEIGH – For the ninth time in 10 years, NC State baseball will be competing in NCAA Regional play. The Wolfpack has been selected as the No. 2 seed to the Greenville Regional, hosted by East Carolina at Lewis Field at Clark-LeClair Stadium, in Greenville, N.C.

The Pirates will play host as the top seed in the regional and will face fourth-seeded Quinnipiac in its opening-round game Friday at 6 p.m. Meanwhile, The Wolfpack will take on third-seeded Campbell at 12 p.m.

NC State will be making its 31st postseason appearance and fifth consecutive, as the Pack has earned an NCAA bid in 15 of the last 17 years. 

Beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday, sales open for the general public. All-session ticket books are available for $90, $72 and $60 depending on seat locations, while tickets for single sessions (games) – priced at $15, $12 and $10 – will go on sale Friday at 11 a.m. Tickets can be purchased in person or over the phone by calling (800) DIAL-ECU or (252) 737-4500 during normal business hours from Tuesday through Thursday. The ECU Athletics Ticket Office is closed on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day.

2019 NCAA Baseball Greenville Regional

Lewis Field at Clark-LeClair Stadium – Greenville, N.C. (All Times Eastern)

Friday, May 31st

Game 1 – No. 2 NC State vs. No. 3 Campbell @ 12 PM

Game 2 – No. 1 East Carolina vs. No. 4 Quinnipiac @ 6 PM

Saturday, June 1

Game 3 – Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2 – TBD

Game 4 – Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2 – TBD

Sunday, June 2

Game 5 – Winner Game 4 vs. Loser Game 3 – TBD

Game 6 – Winner Game 3 vs. Loser Game 5 – TBD

Monday, June 3rd (If Necessary)

Game 7 – Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6 – TBD

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NC State Baseball Rankings Update After Another Undefeated Week

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The NC State Baseball team is now 7-0 through two weeks of play, going 4-0 last week, defeating Coastal Carolina 16-4 on the road in a midweek game, and sweeping Belmont at home this past weekend (11-4, 7-0, 7-1).

The Wolfpack remain ranked 21st in the D1Baseball Top-25.

(NCAA)

The Wolfpack moved up 11 spots to #19 in the Collegiate Baseball Poll, up 2 spots to #20 in the Coaches Poll, and up 1 spot to #24 in the Baseball America poll.

NC State will host Longwood today at 3pm in their next matchup.

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NC State Sticks at #21 After Opening Weekend Sweep

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NC State’s Men’s Baseball team stayed put at #21 in the D1Baseball Top-25 after an opening weekend sweep of Wagner.

(NCAA)

NC State also stayed put at #25 in the Baseball America’s new poll, and stayed put at #30 in the Collegiate Baseball Poll.

The Wolfpack will play Coastal Carolina on the road this Wednesday at

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NC State Picked 3rd in the Atlantic in the 2023 ACC Baseball Preseason Poll

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The 2023 ACC Preseason Poll was released yesterday, and NC State is projected to finish 3rd in the Atlantic.

NC State finished 5th in the Atlantic Division in 2022, with a 14-15 record in Conference play.

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The Doak is getting its renovation…and NC State fans aren’t exactly loving it

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I was just about to write a piece about the Doak renovation going down.

But while I was over on Twitter, I saw a ton of comments on it, all of them NC State fans, and almost all of them critical of the new look.


Look, I don’t know what’s going on here. Maybe it’ll look a lot better once it’s done, or maybe the grass will match up a lot better when it greens up. But right now, it’s a little jarring. Here is how it used to look…

And here is how it’s looking right now…

Again, I’m going to wait until it’s really done before I cast judgement, but I think the official tweet from the school marketing it and drawing attention to it, has people thinking it’s in it’s final form. And maybe it is. But I hope it’s not.

I remember this being shared a while back…

This shows grass in foul territory and dirt in the 1st/3rd baselines. So I’m not sure when this turf thing came along. And while we’re on the subject, aren’t we a turf management school? Shouldn’t we be turning up our noses at artificial turf?

Apparently, this is a thing now, where foul territories are artificial turf and fair territory is grass. Here is Mississippi State’s baseball field doing the same thing.

Can’t say I like it there either, honestly. It just seems like one of those fads. Remember when everyone was going crazy with field/court colors?

Did anyone ever really like those? Do people like them now? Have they ever gotten a recruit to come to the school? Have they ever scared a recruit away?

I don’t know. You tell me. I’ll hold final judgment, but things NC State fans don’t seem like they’re going to follow along.

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