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CNBC Ranks NC State as 1 of Top-15 Colleges with Biggest Pay Off in Big Cities

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CNBC recently made a list of the Top-15 schools with the biggest pay off located in big cities, and NC State was one of them. Earlier this summer, they ranked 22nd on their list of Top-50 colleges with the biggest pay off.

Here’s a list of the Top-15 colleges with the biggest pay off in big cities.

Baruch College (New York)
Columbia University (New York)
Duke University (Durham)
Georgia Tech (Atlanta)
NC State (Raleigh)
Rice University (Houston)
The Cooper Union (New York)
University of Chicago (Chicago)
University of California, Irvine (Irvine)
University of California, Los Angeles (Los Angeles)
University of California, Riverside (Riverside)
University of California, San Diego (San Diego)
University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
University of Washington (Seattle)
Vanderbilt (Nashville, TN)

NC State

NC State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, is a public university that enrolls roughly 35,479 students. The public university is known for its veterinary medicine program.

Location: Raleigh, NC
Census population estimate: 469,298
CNBC Make It ranking: 22, public schools

Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $13,244
Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $55,800
Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $104,700
Salary average, early and mid career: $80,250 (CNBC)

Matthew is Publisher and Co-Owner of Pack Insider. He is also the Lead Pastor of The Point Church in Cary, NC.

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NC State Track & Field Commit Sadie Engelhardt Named Gatorade National Player of Year

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NC State Track & Field 2025 commit Sadie Engelhardt was named the Gatorade National Women’s High School Player of the Year at the Espy’s on ESPN on Thursday night.

Engelhardt is a rising Senior at Ventura High School in California. This past year as a Junior, she

Sadie Engelhardt: California’s three-time Gatorade Girls Track & Field Player of the Year, Engelhardt finished as the national leader in four events this past season and sparked the Cougars to a second-place team finish at the state meet. She crossed the line in 4:28.46 seconds to break the national high school record in the mile at the HOKA Festival of Miles, and clocked a 4:08.86 in the 1500-meter run while competing against pros at the Portland Track Festival—that time ranks No. 5 in U.S. girls prep history and qualified her for the U.S. Olympic Trials.

Also the Gatorade State Girls Cross Country Player of the Year from 2022-24, she broke the California record in the 1600 with a 4:32.06 at the state meet, the fastest time ever in the event in a meet with high school-only competitors.

Earlier in the season at the Azusa Pacific Meet of Champions, she broke the tape in the 800 in 2:03.46, which is the nation’s No. 1 time by a prep girl in 2024.

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Diana Shnaider will be the 1st Former NC State Women’s Tennis Player to Compete in the Olympics

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Former NC State Women’s Tennis player Diana Shnaider will be competing in the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, becoming the first former Wolfpack Women’s Tennis player to go on to be an Olympian.

She will be an Individual Neutral Athlete in Paris.

Shnaider spent one year at NC State (2022-23) before turning professional. In that one season, she boasted a record of 20-3, earning 1st Team All-ACC honors, as well as earning the ACC Freshman of the Year Award. She advanced to the NCAA Tournament, and was named an ITA All-American in both Singles and Doubles. She finished her one year at NC State ranked 4th nationally. Shnaider helped the Wolfpack Women win their first ever ACC Championship.

Since turning professional, Shnaider has advanced to the 2nd Round of the Australian Open and French Open and the 3rd Round at Wimbledon. In Doubles, she advanced to the 2nd Round at Wimbledon, the 3rd Round at the Australian Open and the Quarterfinals at the French Open.

Shnaider is currently ranked 30th in the world in Singles. She has won 2 WTA Titles (Thailand Open & the Bad Homburg Open).

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NC State Finishes the 2023-24 Athletic Year Ranked 21st in the Directors Cup

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The 2023-24 Athletic Year has come to a close, and NC State finished 21st in the Final Directors’ Cup Standings.

The ACC had 8 schools rank in the Top-25, which ranked 2nd.

5) Virginia,
7) UNC
10) Notre Dame
12) Florida State
17) Duke
21) NC State

NC State has finished in the Top-25 the past 4 years consecutively under Boo Corrigan’s watch.

For a reminder, the Director’s Cup started during the 1993-94 season, with the goal of measuring the success of athletic programs, instead of just glorifying individual sports.

93-94 : 59th
94-95 : 32nd
95-96 : 34th
Les Robinson becomes Athletic Director
96-97 : 57th
97-98 : 43rd
98-99 : 63rd
99-00 : 40th
Lee Fowler becomes Athletic Director
00-01 : 56th
01-02 : 46th
02-03 : 43rd
03-04 : 39th
04-05 : 51st
05-06 : 34th
06-07 : 44th
07-08 : 56th
08-09: 74th
09-10 : 89th
Debbie Yow becomes Athletic Director
10-11 : 67th
11-12: 37th
12-13 : 34th
13-14 : 41st
14-15 : 27th
15-16 – 32nd
16-17 – 29th
17-18 – 15th
18-19 – 26th
Boo Corrigan becomes Athletic Director
20-21 – 23rd
21-22 – 17th
22-23 – 19th
2023-24 – 21st

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Three More Former NC State Swimmers Earn Spots on 2024 Olympic Teams

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Former NC State Swimmers Katharine Berkhoff and Ryan Held will represent the United States this Summer in Paris at the 2024 Summer Olympics.

Three other former Wolfpack Swimmers will represent their respective countries in Paris as well.

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This marks the 3rd time Sophie Hansson has made the Swedish Olympic Team (2016 & 2020). She will be swimming in the 100 & 200 Breaststroke. Hansson still holds the NC State record in both events, setting the records back in 2022. She was also a part of the team that set the school record in the 4×100 Medley Relay, which included Berkhoff. Hansson also was a part of the team that set the school record for the 200 Free Relay.

At NC State, Hansson was a 22-time All-American. She was a 4-time ACC Champion in the 100 Breaststroke, and a 3-time Conference Champ in the 200 Breaststroke. Hansson was also a part of ACC Champion Relay teams in the 400 Medley Relay, 200 Medley Relay and 200 Freestyle Relay.

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This is Nyls Korstanje’s 2nd time representing the Netherlands in the Olympics (2020). He will be swimming in the the 100 Butterfly.

Korstanje ranks 2nd in NC State history in the 50 Free & 100 Butterfly. As a member of the Wolfpack, he was a 22-time All-American. In 2020, Korstanje won the ACC Championship in the 50 Free & 100 Free, and was a 10-time ACC Champ when you include Relays.

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This marks the 4th time that Andreas Vazaios has represented Greece in the Olympics (2012, 2016, 2020, 2024). Vazaios has been to the Olympics more than any other former NC State Swimmer.

Vazaios was a 14-time All-American at NC State. He ranks 1st in NC State history in the 200 Butterfly, the 200 IM and the 800 Free Relay. Vazaios ranks 2nd in the 200 Free. While at NC State, Vazaios was the ACC Champ 2x in Men’s 200 IM and the Men’s 200 Butterfly, and was a part of 3 ACC Championship Relay Teams.

NC State Swimming & Diving Olympians

22 former NC State Swimmers and Divers have been Olympians. Only 8 of the 22 have represented their countries as Olympians 2+ times, with Ryan Held, Sophie Hansson, Nyls Korstanje & Andreas Vazaios being 4 of them.

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