Wood, Kastanek in 3-point Championship

RALEIGH – Two of NC State's most prolific long-range shooters, Scott Wood and Marissa Kastanek, will compete in the 25th annual State Farm Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships on Thursday, April 4 from Georgia Tech's McCamish Pavilion.

The event will be aired live on ESPN at 7 p.m.

During his four-year career, Wood hit a program-best 334 3-pointers, eclipsing the mark previously held by Rodney Monroe (1988-91). This season, Wood's 44.1 3-point field goal percentage and his 3.0 3-point field goals made per game led the ACC. Wood's 41.3 career 3-point field goal percentage is seventh best in school history. Wood finished with 1,467 career points, the 18th most in program history.

In the ACC Tournament, Wood hit a career-high seven 3-pointers, the most by an NC State player in a tournament game. It also tied for the fourth-most 3-pointers made by a player in a tournament contest.

This season, Kastanek made a career-high 69 3-pointers during her senior season. Her 240 career three-pointers ranks second in school history and is 11th in ACC history.

Kastanek concluded her Wolfpack career with 1,655 career points, the eighth-highest total in program history. She was a first team Academic All-American and first team All-ACC selection as a senior.

Veteran announcer Brad Nessler will call the action with analysis provided by Dan Dakich and Jimmy Dykes. Samantha Ponder will serve as the sideline reporter.

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