Web Run: Davis doesn't wait to alter plans

Once again, Larry Davis didn't see the need to wait. In the summer of 2005, the 6-foot-3 shooting guard who played at New York's Christ the King High School committed to N.C. State, the first school he had visited.

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"I really don't know coach Lowe. He's not going to be here in June. It's just not good going into a new thing like that, not knowing what you're getting into." - NC State signee Larry Davis jumping ship



State recruit doesn't wait to alter plans
Jim Young * News-Record
Once again, Larry Davis didn't see the need to wait. In the summer of 2005, the 6-foot-3 shooting guard who played at New York's Christ the King High School committed to N.C. State, the first school he had visited. This time around, after reopening his recruitment in the wake of Herb Sendek's departure, Davis again acted decisively. On Thursday, he chose Seton Hall, rather than wait to give new Wolfpack coach Sidney Lowe a chance to recruit him. Until Lowe passes an NCAA exam on rules and procedures, he can't contact recruits like Davis. Read More

Wolfpack nips Cavs for 2nd straight upset
The Associated Press
Jonathan Still's two-run single highlighted a 3-run fifth inning, which was enough to carry North Carolina State to a rain-delayed, 4-3 win over Virginia in a matchup of unbeatens at the ACC baseball tournament. It was the second consecutive upset for the seventh-seeded Wolfpack, who surprised No. 2 seed North Carolina the day before. North Carolina State (37-19) made the most of three hits and a costly Virginia error in the fifth inning to score its three runs. The first run came across on a throwing error by Cavs' third baseman Jeremy Farrell, who threw wildly on a sacrifice bunt attempt with two runners on base. Aaron Bates followed with a ground out for the second out, but Still laced a single down the left field line to score Matt Camp and Ramon Corona and give the Wolfpack a 4-2 lead. Virginia (46-12) threatened in the seventh inning when Greg Miclat singled and stole second, but was called out at home on a close play following a single up the middle by Brandon Marsh. The game was delayed two hours and 25 minutes due to rain and lightning at the top of the eighth inning. When play resumed, North Carolina State relief pitcher Sam Walls walked two batters to load the bases, but got pinch hitter Tim Henry to bounce into a force out. Read More



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