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NC State will put its seven-game winning streak on the line this weekend when UCLA pays a visit to Doak Field for a three-game series. Game times are 4 p.m. on Friday, and 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

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NC State 10-5 21-7
Florida State 8-7 18-8
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Wake Forest 2-12 14-14



"We still have the mind frame game by game. We know that the NCAA tournament is out there. But these games will help us prepare a little bit more for the NCAA tournament. I mean, we would like to get the ACC tournament first before we get to the NCAA's." - NC State women's basketball player Ashley Key after helping her team beat Clemson in the opening round of the ACC Tournament



NC State Continues Baseball Homestand With Three-Game Series Vs. UCLA
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NC State will put its seven-game winning streak on the line this weekend when UCLA pays a visit to Doak Field for a three-game series. Game times are 4 p.m. on Friday, and 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. NC State has a 13-1 record, while UCLA, in the midst of a rebuilding project under second-year coach John Savage, are 6-9. All three games will be broadcast live on-line at gopack.com through Yahoo's subscription service, but conflicts with the NC State women's basketball team at the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament could knock the baseball broadcasts off of WKNC-FM (88.1). Fans hoping to hear the games on the radio are advised to check gopack.com for the game times for both the women's basketball game and the baseball games. Read More

Gary Hahn's Scouting Report: Wake Forest
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Wake Forest had no answer for the Boston College frontcourt duo of Craig Smith and Jared Dudley. The star forwards combined for 45 points and Eagles pulled away from the Deacons for an 80-65 win Tuesday night at Conte Forum. Wake Forest enjoyed an early 19-11 lead before Dudley scored seven points during a 10-0 BC run to put the Eagles up 21-19. Dudley and Smith combined for 26 of the team's 34 first-half points as the Eagles went into the break with a five-point advantage. Smith continued to assert himself after the intermission by helping BC to a 47-36 lead when he scored on a layup and was fouled. However, a short time later, the senior had to leave the game with a sore shoulder when he collided with Deacons' reserve Kyle Visser during a loose ball scramble. Smith, who scored 23 points, did not return until 9:46 to play. Read More



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