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					                                 Championship Facilities




                                                                                                                                                           Championship Facilities
NC State boasts a long rich athletic history in
each of its 22 varsity sports. Over the years,
Wolfpack teams have accumulated 111
conference championships along with eight
national titles and, in turn, have produced many
great teams.
The face of NC State athletics has changed
dramatically since the millineum, as every
Wolfpack facility has either been built a new
home or undergone renovations.
Two recently completed projects are the
renovations on the Doak Field baseball complex
and the Wolfpack’s J.W. Isenhour Tennis Center.
Renovations are well underway on the Weisiger-     Day Field, Vaughn Towers, Murphy Football Center and   RBC Center
Brown Athletics Facility, Reynolds Coliseum and    Dail Practice Complex at Carter-Finley Stadium
Case Athletic Center, as well as the completion
of the short-game golf facility.
The Murphy Football Center and the Dail
Practice Complex both opened in 2003 and the
Vaughn Towers opened this fall at Carter-Finley
Stadium.
Men’s basketball moved to the RBC Center in
1999 and opened the Dail Basketball Complex
this fall. Construction has begun on the Dail
Soccer/Softball Complex and plans are on the
drawing boards for a new 18-hole golf course on
the Centennial Campus.
                                                   Reynolds Coliseum                                      Doak Field




 Dail Basketball Complex                           Casey Aquatic Center                                   Dail Soccer/Softball Stadium & Derr Track




 Golf Short Game Practice Area                     Andrews Indoor Tennis Stadium                          Dail Outdoor Tennis Stadium

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J.W. Isenhour Tennis C enter


                                                J.W. Isenhour Tennis Center



                                    NC State has been ushering in a new era of       facility has state-of-the-art lighting that uses    Outstanding Facility award. One of only four
                                    Wolfpack athletics recently with major           diffuse lighting and reduces glare.                 collegiate complexes to receive the honor,
                                    upgrades and the construction of several         The indoor facility contains four courts.           the home of Wolfpack tennis finds itself
                                    new sport complexes that rival any in the        Having an indoor tennis facility is an              among some top rate playing areas, as only
                                    country. One of these undertakings is the        instrumental part in any successful tennis          15 of the nation’s facilities collect the
                                    30,000 square foot J.W. Isenhour Tennis          program. Opening up on-campus, year-round           prestigious honor.
                                    Center, which officially opened in August        facilities for practice use is very beneficial to   The facility is named in honor of J.W.
                                    2004. The facility, built on West Campus near    the tennis family at NC State. Championship         Isenhour, a former head coach of NC State
                                    newly renovated Doak Field, is one of the        seating for 200 people will provide spectators      men’s tennis from 1968-81. Isenhour also led
                                    nicest indoor and outdoor tennis complexes       a great view in all weather
                                    in the nation. The facility was designed         conditions. In addition, the
                                    exclusively for use by the men’s and women’s     complex provides
                                    tennis program at NC State and it meets all of   lockerrooms for men and
                                    the standards set by the Intercollegiate         women, coaches’ offices and
                                    Tennis Association.                              a luxurious players lounge
                                    The facility upgrades include resurfacing        complete with plush couches
                                    the existing courts and adding an additional     and a large flat-screen
                                    one to bring the total number of outdoor         television.
                                    courts to seven. Renovation of the existing      In September 2004, the
                                    stadium seating will open up spectator           United States Tennis
                                    seating to over 1,000. The indoor lighting       Association (USTA) honored
                                    system has also been designed with the           the newly opened facility with
                                    player’s interests and comfort in mind. The      the organization’s 2004




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                                                           DIRECTIONS TO THE J.W. ISENHOUR TENNIS CENTER




                                                                                                                                                     J .W. Isenhour Tennis C enter
                                                         From I-40 (East or West) take the NC State/Gorman Street exit (Exit 295)
the women through three successful              From the east turn right off the exit ramp and from the west turn left off the exit ramp onto
seasons. He brought NC State tennis from                                                Gorman Street.
near obscurity into the limelight. Isenhour’s
men’s teams compiled back-to-back Atlantic       Stay on Gorman until crossing over Western Boulevard, then turn right at the next light
Coast Conference Championships in 1978 and                                           onto Sullivan Drive.
1979 and advanced in the NCAA                     Take the second road to the left and the tennis courts will be on the left (across from
Championships in 1978.                                                                   Doak Field).
The state-of-the-art J.W. Isenhour Tennis
Center brings an advantage for NC State
tennis that the school has never experienced.
The indoor facility and redesign of the
outdoor facility will help push the tennis
programs at NC State into national
prominence.




                   WOLFPACK CLUB ENDOWMENT
                   DONORS FOR WOMEN’S TENNIS
       Hairr Family Scholarship, Carol B. Hall Scholarship, Harrod Family Scholarship,
                   Hussey Family Scholarship, Ingold Family Scholarship,
              E. Carroll Joyner Family Scholarship, Kretzer Family Scholarship,
   Max & Hilda Morgan No. 1 Player Scholarship endowed by Michael & Barbara Walters,
                 Neeb Family Scholarship, Mark & Ruth Stewart Scholarship

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                                     The Atlantic Coast Conference
The Atlantic Coast Conference




                                                THE TRADITION                                                 spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the
                                                                                                                  seven members met in Raleigh,
                                      Consistency. It’s the mark of true
                                                                                                                    N.C., where a set of bylaws
                                      excellence in any endeavor.
                                                                                                                      was adopted and the name
                                      However, in today’s                                                              became officially the
                                      intercollegiate athletics,                                                         Atlantic Coast Conference.
                                      competition has become so
                                                                                                                         Suggestions from fans for
                                      balanced and so
                                                                                                                         the name of the new
                                      competitive that it is
                                                                                                                         conference appeared in
                                      virtually impossible to
                                                                                                                         the region’s newspapers
                                      maintain a high level of
                                                                                                                         prior to the meeting in
                                      consistency.
                                                                                                                        Raleigh. Some of the
                                      Yet the Atlantic Coast                                                           names suggested were:
                                      Conference has defied the                                                      Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic,
                                      odds. Now in its 53rd year of                                                East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial,
                                      competition, the ACC has long                                             Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont,
                                      enjoyed the reputation as one of the                                   Southern Seven and the Shoreline.
                                      strongest and most competitive
                                                                                                  Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the
                                      intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is
                                                                                               name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast
                                      not mere conjecture, the numbers support it.
                                                                                               Conference, and the motion was passed
                                      Since the league’s inception in 1953, ACC schools        unanimously. The meeting concluded with each
                                      have captured 94 national champion-ships, including      member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for
                                      49 in women’s competition and 45 in men’s. In            conference expenses.
                                      addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC
                                                                                               On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again
                                      student-athletes 120 times in men’s competition and
                                                                                               at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of
                                      60 times in women’s action.
                                                                                               Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first,
                                      The 2004-05 academic year concluded with the             and only, withdrawal of a school
                                      league pocketing three more national team titles
                                                                                               from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the
                                      and seven individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC        University of South Carolina tendered its resignation.
                                      has won 51 national team titles over the last 15
                                                                                               The ACC operated with seven members until April 3,
                                      years.
                                                                                               1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was
                                                                                               admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from
                                                          A HISTORY                            the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964.
                                      The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May         The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991,
                                      8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C.,    with the addition of Florida State University.
                                      with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke,              The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1,
                                      Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State,          2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and
                                      South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the          Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On
                                      conference by-laws.                                      October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an
                                      The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern        invitation to become the league’s 12th member
                                      Conference came early on the morning of May 8,           starting July 1, 2005.
                                      1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual
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                                              Student-Athlete Life




                                                                                                                                                       Student-Athlete Life
                           WOLF VILLAGE
Located on West Campus, the University Housing apartments are an
eight building complex that accommodates 1,212 students. Each fully
furnished four bedroom apartment contains two full bathrooms, four
single bedrooms, living room, kitchen and a washer/dryer unit.
The apartments also feature a fitness room, computer lab, volleyball
courts, and Wolfline bus stops. High speed ResNet connections and
cable TV are also available.
Convenient for many student-athletes, Wolf Village is a short walk
from main campus and just across the street from the J.W. Isenhour
Tennis Center and Doak Field.




                                                                       quality of the Case training table. The friendly Case Dining Hall staff
                                                                       does an outstanding job feeding over 400 athletes three meals a day.
                                                                       The dining hall is located on the bottom floor of Case Athletic Center,
                                                                       which is convenient to main campus, the Weisiger-Brown Facility,
                                                                       Reynolds Coliseum and classrooms.
                                                                       Each meal is designed to give the athlete a number of healthy options.
                                                                       There is a wide array of food selections including a buffet line, potato
                                                                       and pasta bar, salad bar, cold sandwich buffet with a variety of breads
                                                                                                                      and meats, frozen
                                                                                                                       yogurt and desserts.
                                                                                                                       The meal schedule is
                                                                                                                       molded around the
                                                                                                                       class and practice
                                                                                                                       schedules of the
                                                                                                                       athletes, which allows
                                                                                                                       them an extra
                                                                                                                       advantage in budgeting
                 CASE DINING HALL                                                                                      their time.
Proper nutrition is essential to all Wolfpack athletes. The
Case Dining Hall provides well-balanced and appetizing
meals needed to maintain winning performances. NC
State athletes enjoy the convenience and outstanding




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                                      Academic Support
Academic Support




                                                           WOLFPACK WOMEN’S TENNIS ON THE ACC HONOR ROLL

                                     1998                             2000                      Kristen Nicholls                    2003                        Taylor Parker
                               Francie Barragan                Francie Barragan                  Landis Strader                Myrna Bawono                    Virginia Romero
                                Sarah Benhaim                     Brie Glover                   Morgan Whitlock              Jennifer Jassawalla             Danielle Stadelmann
                                  Shani Davis                   Kristen Nicholls                                                Taylor Parker                          2005
                                                                Landis Strader                       2002                      Landis Strader
                                      1999                                                                                                                  Agustina Arechavaleta
                               Francie Barragan                      2001                       Myrna Bawono                         2004                         Allison Barry
                                  Shani Davis                   Myrna Bawono                  Katrina Gildemeister          Agustina Arechavaleta                 Lauren Barry
                                Kristen Nicholls                Amanda Devore                 Jennifer Jassawalla               Allison Barry               Nandita Chandrasekar
                                                              Katrina Gildemeister               Taylor Parker                  Lauren Barry                 Elin Stahl Johansson
                                                              Jennifer Jassawalla               Landis Strader              Nandita Chandrasekar                 Taylor Parker
                                                                Jackie Leskovar                                              Jennifer Jassawalla                   Julia Roach
                                                                                                                                                             Danielle Stadelmann

                                                 ACADEMIC SUPPORT                                          other campus resources as necessary.
                        NC State University is committed to providing its student-athletes with all of     Monitoring of Academic Progress: The academic progress of NC State
                        the tools necessary to achieve excellence on the fields of competition and in      student-athletes is closely and carefully monitored. Monitoring forms are
                        the classroom. Evidence of this commitment is the Academic Support                 used to gather classroom performance information from professors and this
                        Program for Student-Athletes (ASPSA).                                              information is shared with the student-athlete and the coaches.
                        Under the auspices of NC State’s Division of Undergraduate Studies, the            Tutorials: Unlimited personal tutorial services are provided and available for
                        ASPSA complements the university’s substantial faculty advising and                each and every class. These appointments begin at the start of every
                        academic resources, paying special attention to the unique demands and             semester and continue regularly through the end of final exams.
                        expectations of the Division I student-athlete.                                    Supplemental instructional programs and a departmental learning center are
                                                                                                           also available.
                        The degree in which Wolfpack student-athletes are involved in ASPSA varies
                        according to individual needs. Generally, all freshmen are expected to be                                       ASPSA FACTS:
                        heavily involved, as the transition from high school to university life can be a
                                                                                                           The NC State Academic Support Program for student-athletes spent over
                        difficult one.
                                                                                                           $730,000, including $225,000 on tutoring last year alone in comprehensive
                        The purpose of ASPSA is to assist the student-athlete in a move toward             academic support of student-athletes at NC State.
                        academic independence, but the services of the organization are available
                        upon request at any point during a student-athlete’s career. Students who          The ASPSA employes seven full-time academic coordinators in addition to
                        have proven themselves to be self-reliant are allowed more optional use of         director Phil Moses.
                        the program, with only moderate oversight.
                                                                                                                 OPPORTUNITIES PROVIDED BY THE ACADEMIC
                        ASPSA facilities are located in the Weisiger-Brown Building, the Stroud                  SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES:
                        Center and in Reynolds Coliseum. The centers contain modern study areas, as
                        well as computer centers.                                                                                        Tutorial Services
                                                                                                                                      Academic Counseling
                        Phil Moses oversees the program and is one of seven full-time academic                                Study and Computer Skills Development
                        coordinators on the ASPSA staff. Megan Taliaferro is the team counselor.                                       Graduation Planning
                        She works with the team to see that they are taking classes that are                                            Career Counseling
                        advantageous to the student and helps to develop a schedule that will help                                   Leadership Development
                        each team member find the curriculum that is best suited to their needs.                                        Time Management
                                                                                                                                 Academic Information Resource
                                         SERVICES PROVIDED BY ASPSA                                                                      Referral Service
                        Orientation Courses: A training course in college survival and success meets
                        75 minutes each week to cover topics such as adjustment to college, time            MOST STUDENTS ARE GENERALLY ENROLLED IN ONE
                        management, stress management, study skills, test-taking skills, cultural                    OF 10 PROGRAMS OF STUDY:
                        diversity, university policies, and other topics.                                                     College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
                        Academic Advising: The ASPSA’s academic coordinators complement the                                              College of Design
                        university’s departmental advising by providing information regarding policies,                                College of Engineering
                        procedures, course selection, selection of majors and minors, and NCAA and                          College of Humanities and Social Sciences
                                                                                                                                      College of Management
                        NC State guidelines for adequate academic progress.
                                                                                                                          College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
                        Counseling: Individual work is done with students with specific concerns                                         College of Textiles
                        such as decision making, adjustment to college, communications,                                                  First-Year College
                        relationships, test anxiety and study skills. Appropriate referrals are made to                               The Graduate Program



                                HIGHEST OVERALL TEAM GPA AT NC STATE IN 2003-04.
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                              Student-Athlete Services




                                                                                                                                                                                           Student-Athlete Services
                                                                         ImPACK Program
  ImPACK is a “Life Skills” program designed to support the total development of NC State student-athletes. The mission of ImPACK is to provide an unmatched
  comprehensive life skills program for student-athletes that encourages their growth in decision making, enhances their interpersonal relationships, and enables them to
  make meaningful contributions to their communities. The ImPACK program consists of five major components:

        THE ACADEMIC                       THE ATHLETIC                         THE CAREER                        THE PERSONAL                         THE SERVICE
        COMMITMENT                         COMMITMENT                          DEVELOPMENT                        DEVELOPMENT                         COMMITMENT
  The primary goal is to educate        NC State pledges that all              COMMITMENT                         COMMITMENT                          The ImPACK program
    student-athletes so they not         student-athletes will be        The goal of this component is       The ImPACK program focuses          supports the philosophy that
  only obtain a degree, but also     provided with quality facilities,   to explore and develop career         on the individual as a whole           student-athletes gain
    develop an appreciation for                                               options and to prepare             person, and provides a         “leadership through service.”
                                        equipment, coaching and
     learning in addition to the                                              student-athletes for an           system of balanced “life           Through their efforts, they
                                        support services so each
   knowledge and skills that will                                           exciting long-term career.        learning” that addresses the       make a positive contribution
    carry them through life. The     student can achieve his or her                                                                               in an extensive community
                                                                         The goal is to aid our student-     needs of the individual before
   following topics are primarily        maximum potential both           athletes in securing their first         and after graduation.        outreach program as well as
      covered in the first-year      academically and athletically.           professional job in their              The areas that this        develop a commitment to life-
    orientation course taught by     Sensitivity to the dignity of the          chosen career after              commitment addresses                long service. Student-
  academic coordinators in the        student-athlete is vital to the     graduation. Services in this       include: Social Development,       athletes area participanting in
    Academic Support Program           success of the department.              area include: Career          Personal Health, Fundamental           the following programs:
  fro Student-Athletes (ASPSA).                                                 counseling, job fair,           Values, Emotional Health,       School programs, community
                                                                             interviewing workshops,                    Leadership                   outreach, and P.A.C.K.
                                                                           networking, resume writing,             Training/Citizenship.
                                                                               internships, summer
                                                                                 employment, etc.


       THE STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT STAFF                                               made to children at local hospitals.
                                                                                           The ImPack and like shills programs are under the direction of Assistant A.D. Tonya
                     Tonya Washington is the director of student-athlete                   Washington. Washington is in her seventh year at NC State. She and her staff have
                     development. She is responsible for career development and            put in many hours of work to ensure that Wolfpack student-athletes are making an
                     personal development programs for NC State’s student-                 ImPACK in their community.
                     athletes. Washington is also responsible for leadership
                     development programs, Sisters in Sports activities and the
                     Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.                                                              A BRIGHT FUTURE …
                     Washington graduated from the University of South Carolina in
                                                                                           • Of the 20 professions most in demand in the U.S. today, NC State offers degree
                     1989 with a degree in psychology and earned her M.P.A. in
                                                                                             programs in nine of the top 10 and 17 of the top 20.
                     public administration in 1992. After working with the
Leadership Center at UNC Wilmington, she came to NC State in 1996.                         • Over 628 corporations and government agencies were on NC State’s campus last
                                                                                             year interviewing and recruiting NC State students. More than 9,000 individual
                      William “D.D.” Hoggard is the coordinator of                           interviews took place.
                      community/enhancement programs. Hoggard played football              • Many of NC State’s student-athletes participated in a variety of career
                      at NC State and had a successful career in the NFL, playing            development seminars during the past year. Some of the topics included resume
                      with the Cleveland Browns. He graduated from NC State in               writing, job interview techniques, job search strategies and internship information
                      May 1984 with a degree in Political Science.                           sessions. The career fair for student-athletes was held during April, which gave
                                                                                             participants an opportunity to network with employers from a variety of
                     He is responsible for community and enhancement programs,
                                                                                             companies.
                     which include coordinating former student-athlete relations,
                     community outreach and housing, football mentoring and                • Currently, the five largest employers of NC State graduates are DuPont, IBM,
                                                                                             General Electirc, Proctor & Gamble and Westinghouse, all of which are Fortune
                     spiritual guidance programming.
                                                                                             500 companies.
                      Demar Bonnemere is the Program Coordinator for Student-              • The world-famous Research Triangle Park (RTP), which is just five minutes from
                      Athlete Development/Community Outreach. He graduated in                NC State’s campus, houses more than 70 international companies, including IBM,
                      2000 from the State University of New York (SUNY) College at           Norther Telecom/Bell Northern Research, Glazo-Smith Klein, Inc. and Ericsson
                      Brockport with a BS in communication (broadcast) and earned            Cellular.
                      his master’s of education in student affairs from NC State in        • NC State was listed among the universities with the “best career services” and
                      2003. Demar has spent time as a graduate assistant and an              “best academic facilities” in the 2002 edition of “The Unofficial, Unbiased, Insider’s
                      intern before joining the staff full-time.                             Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges.”
                     He is responsible for coordinating the community outreach             • Currently, the five largest employers of NC State graduates are DuPont, IBM,
                    events for the student-athletes, which include speaking                  General Electric, Proctor & Gamble and Westinghouse, all of which are Fortune
engagements, appearances, as well as elementary and middle school visitations.               500 companies.
Demar is also in charge of the distribution of tickets to non-profit charities and         • The world-famous Research Triangle Park (RTP), which is just minutes from NC
organizations and requests for autographed paraphernalia.                                    State’s campus, houses more than 70 international companies, including IBM,
                                                                                             Northern Telecom/Bell Northern Research, Glaxo-Smith Klein, Inc. and Ericsson
                                                                                             Cellular.
                STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT                                                • NC State was listed among the universities with the “best career services” and
ImPACK’s outreach program places special emphasis on touching the lives of Wake              “best academic facilities” in the 2002 edition of “The Unofficial, Unbiased, Insider’s
County’s thousands of school children. NC State student-athletes are encouraged to           Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges.”
provide tutoring and mentoring activities for children. This program seeks to avoid
one-time events such as assemblies, and focuses instead on building long-standing
personal relationships between the children and student-athletes. Also, visits are

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                                          Location…Location…Location
Location…Location…Location




                                                                         RALEIGH IS LOCATED 150 MILES WEST OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
                                                                           AND 190 MILES EAST OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS.




                                   RALEIGH IS JUST A SHORT DRIVE
                                     AWAY FROM MANY EXCITING
                                            LOCATIONS.

                                  Wrightsville Beach, N.C.   135 miles
                                  Topsail Beach, N.C.        149 miles
                                  Atlantic Beach, N.C.       152 miles
                                  Charlotte, N.C.            168 miles
                                  Boone, N.C.                190 miles
                                  Myrtle Beach, S.C.         198 miles
                                  Asheville, N.C.            252 miles
                                  Charleston, S.C.           284 miles
                                  Cherokee, N.C.             297 miles
                                  Savannah, Ga.              326 miles
                                  Atlanta, Ga.               408 miles




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                                                                         Raleigh, N.C.




                                                                                                                                                       Raleigh, N.C.
                    POPULATION                                                                    NOT TOO HOT, NOT TOO COLD
Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina, boasts a                                    The average high temperature in Raleigh is 70
population of 237,000 residents. Almost 600,000                                          degrees, while the average low is 47 degrees. The
people live in Wake County, while over a million                                         mean annual temperature in Raleigh is 59.1 degrees.
populate the area (Raleigh/Durham/ Chapel Hill) that
makes up the Triangle region.                                                                            GETTING AROUND
                                                                                         Raleigh-Durham International Airport is just 15
         DIVERSITY                                                                       minutes from NC State, boasting 600 daily flights to
One-third of Raleigh’s                                                                   more than 53 non-stop destinations. North Carolina
population is made up of                                                                 also has the largest state-maintained highway system
minorities.                                                                              in the nation. Three interstate highways intersect the
                                                                                         Triangle area.
  RESEARCH TRIANGLE
        PARK                                                                                             A COLLEGE TOWN
The Research Triangle Park is the largest planned                                        There are eight colleges and universities within Wake
research and development park in the United States.                                      Counties borders. In addition to NC State, Raleigh is
More than 50 companies and government agencies                                           home to four other institutions of higher learning:
have dedicated research centers in                                                       Meredith College (women’s college), Peace College
computer science, biotechnology,                                                         (women’s college), St. Augustine’s College and Shaw
telecommunications, medicine,                                                            University. NC Central University, UNC-Chapel Hill
environmental science, and the humanities                                                and Duke University are also located within 30
and social sciences. The 7,000-acre site is                                              minutes of the NC State campus.
the home of 136 organizations, and
employs over 43,000 people.
Many cooperative research ventures take
place between these companies and
faculty members and laboratories at the
University. As an NC State student and
graduate, the benefits are all here for you.


             WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT RALEIGH:

        Ranks in the top five for:           “Hottest Cities” in America - Time
                                              magazine, February 2000
  #1 Hottest Job Market - Business 2.0,
                                             “Best Places to Do Business” - World
   March 2004
                                              Trade, March 2000
  #1 Best Place to Live - MSN House &
                                             “Best Cities for Quality of Life” -
   Home, July 2003
                                              Business Development Outlook,
  #1 Best Place to Live and Work -
                                              August 1999
   Employment Review, June 2003
                                             “Fastest Growing Job Market Over the
  #1 Biotech Workforce - Milken Institute,
                                              Past Decade” - American City
   June 2004
                                              Business Journals, April 1999
  #2 Most Educated City - U.S. Census
   Bureau, May 2004                          Also in the past decade, Raleigh
  #2 Best Place for Business and Careers -           has been named:
   Forbes Magazine, May 2004
  #4 City That Rocks - Esquire Magazine,     • The “Best Place to Live in the South”
   April 2004                                 by Money magazine
  #4 Best City for Dating - Sperlings Best   • The “Best Place to Live in America” by
                                              Money magazine
   Places, May 2004
                                             • One of the 10 “Best Places for 20-
  #4 Best City for Entrepreneurs & Small      somethings to live” by Swing magazine
   Business - Gold Guide Rankings, 2004      • The “Best Place for Business in
       Listed in the top 10 among:            America” by Fortune magazine
                                             • One of the top five “Markets for New
  “Most Fun Cities” - Cranium Magazine,       Graduates” by National Employment
   January 2004                               Weekly
  “Best Cities for Singles” - Forbes         • One of the top-20 “Hot Spots to Start a
   Magazine, June 2003                        Business”

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                                                                                                                                        Living on Campus
                                                                                                           The entire campus has 2,240 acres, 20 residence halls, and 295
                                                                                                         apartments. The campus offers full student access to internet and e-
NC State University



                                                                                                         mail from over 2800 computer stations. Most residence halls and off-
                                                                                                                        campus housing have internet access.
  2005-06
  TENNIS




                                                                                                                                                               NC State: Achieve!
                                                                                                                                                         We are a community of achievers in
                                                                                                                                                         education, research, public service
  WOMEN’S




                              NC STATE UNIVERSITY - A CAMPUS OF                                               THE CAMPUS                                            THE TOOLS FOR SUCCESS
                                          ACHIEVERS                                      NC State’s campus is comprised of 2,110 acres, with the        NC State, acclaimed for its outstanding athletics program,
                           Since being founded March 7, 1887, NC State has               main campus located one mile west of downtown                  is also known as one of the country’s top research
  WOLFPACK




                           established itself as a dynamic academic community.           Raleigh, the state’s capital and one of the finest cities in   universities. It is ranked 7th among national research
                           More than 29,000 students from all 50 states and 110          the nation. In fact, Money Magazine named Raleigh "The         universities in non-federal funded research, 12th among
                           foreign countries join to form one of the nation’s most       Best Place To Live In America," while BestJobsUSA.com          national research universities in industry-funded
                           outstanding universities.                                     has recently called Raleigh the No. 1 place to live and        research, and 30th nationally in total expenditures for
                                                                                         work in the nation.                                            research and development. NC State is ranked 1st in total
                           North Carolina State University has emerged as a
                                                                                         The state’s first veterinary school is located nearby on a     research expenditures in the 16-campus University of
                           national leader in science, engineering and technology
                                                                                         182-acre campus near Carter-Finley Stadium, home of            North Carolina system, and 2nd in total state and local
                           while keeping its roots deep in the North Carolina
                                                                                         Wolfpack Football. In addition, the future of NC State is      research funding among national research universities.
                           community through comprehensive extension outreach.
                                                                                         forming around Centennial Campus. A unique venture             NC State’s expenditures for research and sponsored
                           A strong humanities program, a vibrant theater and one
                                                                                         between government, private corporations and NC State,         programs exceed $440 million.
                           of the premier Colleges of Design round out the portrait of
                           NC State.                                                     Centennial Campus is a model of education in the new           The University is ranked 17th in the nation for launching
                                                                                         millennium. Over time, the master plan for the expansion       start-up companies and has received more than 496
                           NC State’s beautiful campus hosts a great diversity of
                                                                                         of the Centennial will more than double the size of NC         patents for beneficial technologies developed by its
                           people, programs and excitement. Student-athletes
                                                                                         State.                                                         world-class faculty. Students interact with and learn from
                           select NC State for many reasons: strong academics,
                                                                                                                                                        industry, government and business partners every day at
                           outstanding athletic opportunity, excellent reputation,
                                                                                                                                                        NC State’s acclaimed Centennial Campus, which is a
                           career advantages, the prospering Raleigh/Triangle
                                                                                                                                                        widely recognized model for how universities can
                           location and many social opportunities.
                                                                                                                                                        construct academic partnerships with the private sector.

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                                                                                                                        Prestigious Honors
                                                                                          NC State has a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and
                                                                                          most prestigious student honorary society. Less that 12 percent of
                                                                                             the nation’s universities have a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.




                                                                                                                                                                                               NC State University
                             QUICK FACTS


                        Founded on March 7, 1887
                        Student Population: 29,957
                          Faculty Population: 1,825




                                                                                                                                                                                              WOLFPACK
              Total Research Expenditures: $444 million
                 Total Federal Research Funding: $109
                                million
                   Number of Patents Held: About 496
                  Land Mass: 2,110 acres on Raleigh
               campus, plus more than 101,000 acres in
                research and extension farms, forests
                  and facilities through out the state


                          Wolfpack Athletics                                                                                              BY THE NUMBERS




                                                                                                                                                                                              WOMEN’S
                          Makes the Grade
             The Sporting News recently rated all of the                                                                        • NC State’s enrollment last year was
             athletic departments in the country, based                                                                           29,957
                       on the following criteria:                                                                               • NC State boasts a Student-to-Faculty
            “Do We Win ”, “Do We Graduate ”, “Do We                                                                               Ratio of 16:1.
                     Rock ”, “Do We Play Fair ”
                                                                                                                                • The average class size is 35 students.
              Based on those four categories, NC State
              was ranked ninth in the country, earning                                                                          • Bachelor’s degrees are available in
              highest marks in the “Do We Rock ” and                                                                              over 100 different fields, master’s in 106
                   “Do We Graduate” categories.                                                                                   fields and doctoral degrees in 59 fields.




                                                                                                                                                                                              TENNIS
                                                                                                                                • Students hail from all 50 states and
                                                                                                                                  approximately 110 countries.
                                                                                                                                • NC State’s 2004 freshman class
              A WEALTH OF CHOICES                                     A GREAT PLACE TO CALL HOME                                  includes 76 valedictorians and 79
Students at NC State have many academic options               In addition to outstanding athletics and academics, NC              salutatorians. They averaged 1193 on
through our degree-granting colleges. NC State offers 92      State offers a chance to grow and learn through a                   the SAT.
baccalaureate degree programs, as well as dual degree         wealth of social opportunities. More than 7,000 students
programs in which students can combine varied                 live on campus, putting them within walking distance to           • NC State ranks 7th nationally among
                                                                                                                                                                                              2005-06
academic interests and increase their career options.         classes, labs, the libraries, theaters, concerts, art               scientific and research schools.
There are over 5,000 course options available at NC State.    galleries and sports facilities. In addition, every dormitory
Together with more than 55 research centers, institutes       room comes with connections to the NC State campus
                                                                                                                                • Among all universities, NC State ranks
and laboratories, the colleges and schools at NC State        computer network.                                                   8th in research support from private
support a broad spectrum of more than 1,200 scientific,                                                                           industry. Annual research
                                                              University Dining has something for everyone and can
technological and scholarly research endeavors.               accommodate most special nutritional needs. NC State
                                                                                                                                  expenditures have increased from
The university is organized into 10 colleges, the School of   operates a nationally recognized dining program that                $65.6 million in 1984 to over $440 million
Design, the Graduate School and the Division of               offers convenience, quality and service. There are 15               in 2004.
Undergraduate Studies. All students will be assigned an       locations around campus, ranging from all-you-can-eat
advisor who will help the students select their courses       Case Dining Hall to the Wolve’s Den to campus
                                                                                                                                • NC State’s libraries have been selected
and prepare for life after NC State. Students may select a    convenience stores and quick food like Chick-Fil-A and              as one of the 6 “Research Libraries of
specific major that they wish to study, or if there is a      Taco Bell.                                                          the Future” by the Association of
general idea of an area of interest, choose the               A 42,900-square-foot Student Health Center opened in
                                                                                                                                  Research Libraries.
undeclared option of the particular college of their          1999 to consolidate counseling, disability services, health
choice. The First Year College option allows students the     education and medical services. Staffed with full-time
opportunity to explore different programs if they are         physicians, nurses, pharmacy and other medical support          medical care to students on an outpatient basis. Regular
undecided about a career choice.                              staff, NC State’s Student Health Services provides routine      student fees cover routine medical services.
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                                                   Letterwinners/Records
Letterwinners/Records




                             Acker, Margie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976         Doiron, Christa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87           Lewis, LeAnna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984        Sell, Jenny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-92
                             Allen, Dana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993-96        Donahue, Stephanie . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-92                  Lewis, Leslie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983-84       Shober, Kirsten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981-82
                             Allen, Gloria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976-77        Elder, Gretchen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984-86             Maddox, Amy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984        Sizemore, Kathy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976
                             Ancalmo, Chila . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988          Ellis, Kathy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983   Marshall, Leslie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993-95          Skillman, Louise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982
                             Anderson, Shannon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977               Fleming, Katie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-89          Mason, Katie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999       Sparboe, Susan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990
                             Arechavaleta, Agustina . . . . . .2004-pres.                      Fleming, Meg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-88            Matzinger, Ellen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982       Sprinkle, Warnie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1987
                             Barnette, Rebecca . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977-80                Getz, Kristen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978      Maybeck, Dawn               . . . . . . . . . . . .1979-81       Stadelmann, Danielle . . . . . . . . . . .2002-04
                             Barragan, Francie . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997-00              Gildemeister, Katrina . . . . . . . . . . .1999-02                 Meiser, Sandra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-88            Stockinger, Helen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976
                             Barry, Allison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004-pres.          Gildemeister, Marissa . . . . . . . . . .1997-00                   Murphy, Maureen “Mo” . . . . . . . .1981-82                      Strader, Landis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-2003
                             Barry, Lauren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004-pres            Glover, Brie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997-00        Nadanyi, Michele . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982-83              Sullivan, Kim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985
                             Bawono, Myrna . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-2003                Green, Peggy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977         Nicholls, Kristen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-02         Sutton, Blair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995-98
                             Benhaim, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998          Gwynn, Karin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-79            Nirschl, Suzanne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977-80            Thomas, Debbie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1979-80
                             Bonacic, Nena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996-99            Hamilton, Patty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-86           Orlay, Barbara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004-pres.           Thomas, Isabel Santo . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984
                             Bunch, Robin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983        Harmer, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-81             Parker, Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-04        Torres, Carmen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-04
                             Callas, Meg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983       Hodges, Mary Lloyd . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87                  Parks, Michelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990-93           Underkofler, Missy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984
                             Campbell, Kim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992         Holt, Stacia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985     Patterson, Melanie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990           Vallandigham, Jill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989
                             Carpenter, Katie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1990-91           Hunt, Kylie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-95       Perry, Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997       Voorheis, Anne-Marie . . . . . . . . . .1985-88
                             Carpenter, Susan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983-84             James, Mary Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . .1981-83                   Peters, Arlene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1988-90          Walker, Barbara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976
                             Causway, Carey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996-97             Jassawalla, Jennifer . . . . . . . . . . .2001-04                  Polonus, Jan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981       Walston, Inza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978,80
                             Chandler, Chastity . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993-96               Johansson, Elin Stahl . . . . . . . .2005-pres.                    Prieto, Alejandra del Valle . . . . . . .1988-90                 Weathers, Kristy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-87
                             Chandrasekar, Nandita . . . . . . .2004-pres.                     Johnson, Jennifer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993            Quinn, Meredith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-95           White, Kathy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976-77
                             Clayton, Heidi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978      Jones, Alicia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976      Rauch, Stephanie . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981-82              Whitlock, Morgan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001
                             Cole, Allison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-93        Karjala, Delphine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-90             Risk, Ashley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-93        Williams, Julia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976
                             Corey, Wendy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-82           Kenny, Margaret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-94               Roach, Julia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005-pres.         Williams, Maggie . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-94
                             Cowman, Laura . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-97              Knapp, Carol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977-78,80             Roberts, Ramsey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998-99             Whitlock, Morgan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001
                             Craig, Debbie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976       Kolehma, Kerri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982-85            Romero, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-04            Woodard, Carol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976
                             Crampton, Laurie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982          Kohr, Kerri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989    Sadri, Susan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-80        Worsley, Loni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-2003
                             Davis, Shani . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998-99         Lam, Kristin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-04        Saunders, Susan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-92             Young, Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1976
                             Devore, Amanda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001            Lancaster, Ginger . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977-78               Schaefer, Beth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-94          Zimmer, Margie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-95
                             Dillon, Megan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998       Leskovar, Jackie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001           Scinicariello, Mina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996


                                                           RECORDS                                                    Chastity Chandler (1993-96) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38                           BEST CAREER WINNING PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                                      Sandra Meiser (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38                              DOUBLES PLAY (ABOVE .500)
                                      OVERALL CAREER SINGLES WINS                                                     Jenny Sell (1988-92) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37                 Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pct.
                                           (minimum three seasons)                                                    Meg Fleming (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34                    Mary Lloyd-Hodges (1986-87) . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..737
                             Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wins             Margie Zimmer(1992-95) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34                       Chastity Chandler (1993-96) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..613
                             Jenny Sell (1988-92) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59                   Loni Worsley ( 1999-2002) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32                      Anne Marie Voorheis (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . ..580
                             Sandra Meiser (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47                        Kerri Kolehma (1982-85) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29                    Kerri Kolehma (1982-85) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..580
                             Katie Fleming (1986-89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46                                                                                                           Katie Fleming (1986-89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..580
                             Blair Sutton (1995- 98) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48                                                                                                         Suzanne Nirschl (1978-80) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..570
                             Marissa Gildemeister (1997-00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41                                                                                                                    Blair Sutton (1995-98) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..567
                             Anne-Marie Voorheis (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40                                                                                                                     Sandra Meiser (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..560
                             Jennifer Jassawalla (2000-2004) . . . . . . . . . . . . .40                                                                                                                     Margie Zimmer (1992-95) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..531
                             Nena Bonacic (1996-99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39                                                                                                              Please note that totals are for matches played
                             Wendy Corey (1979-83) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38                                                                                                             during the spring season.
                             Margie Zimmer (1992-95) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
                                          BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE                                                                                                                                                   TEAM & INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
                                          SINGLES PLAY (ABOVE .500)
                             Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pct.                                                                                                NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAM APPEARANCES
                             Jenny Sell (1988-92) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..650                                                                                                                                               1998
                             Sandra Meiser (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..580
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NCAA TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS
                             Marissa Gildemeister (1997-00) . . . . . . . . . . . . ..569
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1994        Kylie Hunt
                             Jennifer Jassawalla (2000-pres.) . . . . . . . . . . ..560
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1995        Kylie Hunt
                             Sarah Harmer (1979-81) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..560
                             Stephanie Rauch (1981-83) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..550                                                                                                                        ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE
                             Wendy Corey (1979-83) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..540                                                                                                               1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Patty Hamilton
                             Dana Allen (1993-96) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..533                                                                                                            1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jenny Sell
                             Jennifer Jassawalla (2000-2004) . . . . . . . . . . . ..533                                                                                                                     1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jenny Sell
                             Katie Fleming (1986-89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..530                                                                                                             1994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kylie Hunt
                                                                                                                                                                                                             1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kylie Hunt
                                     OVERALL CAREER DOUBLES WINS                                                                                                                                             1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Blair Sutton
                                           (minimum three seasons)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Barbara Orlay
                             Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wins
                             Katie Fleming (1986-89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49                                                                                                                             ACC COACH OF THE YEAR
                             Anne-Marie Voorheis (1985-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41                                                                                                                     1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jenny Garrity
                             Blair Sutton (1995-98) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38                       Danielle Stadelmann


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                                                                                                                                                              2005 Wom en’s Tennis R esults
     2005 Women’s Tennis Results
      9-14 OVERALL, 1-9 ACC, 7-5 HOME, 2-8 AWAY
Feb. 05             v. Louisville (@ Marshall)                L
Feb. 06             @ No. 59 Marshall                         W
Feb. 17             No. 70 v. Davidson                        W
Feb. 19             No. 70 v. UNCW                            W
Feb. 19             No. 70 v. Radford                         W
Feb. 24             No. 70 v. Winthrop                        W
Feb. 27             No. 70 v. Coastal Carolina                W
Feb. 27             No. 70 v. Gardner-Webb                    W
Mar. 06             No. 72 @ UC Santa Barbara                 L
Mar. 08             No. 71 @ Cal. State Northridge            L
Mar. 12             No. 71 v. No. 21 Clemson                  L
Mar. 13             No. 71 v. No. 17 Georgia Tech             L
Mar. 17             @ No. 33 Wake Forest                      L
Mar. 25             @ No. 29 Florida State                    L
Mar. 27             @ No. 11 Miami                            L
Mar. 30             No. 73 v. No. 10 Duke                     L
Apr. 01             No. 73 v. Old Dominion                    W
Apr. 03             No. 73 v. Furman                          L
Apr. 06             No. 75 v. No. 14 North Carolina           L
Apr. 10             No. 75 @ Virginia Tech                    W
Apr. 16             No. 64 @ No. 46 Maryland                  L
Apr. 17             No. 64 @ No. 72 Virginia                  L
Apr. 21             v. No. 15 Duke @ ACC Champ.               L
                                                                                Julia Roach                                Barbara Orlay


                                                                         SINGLES
PLAYER                                                 #1          #2         #3               #4        #5         #6           OVERALL          ACC
Agustina Arechavaleta • So. • Montevideo, Uruguay       -          0-4        1-2              1-3       3-4        4-3            9-16           2-8
Allison Barry • So. • Raleigh, N.C.                     -           -          -                -         -          -               -
Lauren Barry • So. • Raleigh, N.C.                      -           -          -                -         -          -               -
Nandita Chandrasekar • Jr. • Madras, India              -           -          -                -         -          -               -              -
Elin Stahl Johansson • Fr. • Sodertalje, Sweden        0-1         4-5        5-8              0-1        -          -             9-15            2-8
Kristin Lam • R-Sr. • Houston, Texas                    -          2-2         -                -         -          -              2-2             -
Barbara Orlay • Jr. • Budapest, Hungary               12-11         -          -                -         -          -            12-11            2-7
Taylor Parker • Sr. • Marietta, Ga.                     -           -          -                -         -         0-2             0-2             -
Julia Roach • Fr. • Raleigh, N.C.                       -           -         1-1              8-7       3-4        1-0           13-12            2-8
Virginia Romero • Jr. • Madrid, Spain                   -          0-7        2-0               -        0-1        0-1            2-9             0-4
Danielle Stadelmann • Sr. • Westerly, R.I.             1-1        0-2         2-3              2-4       4-3        1-2           10-15            1-9
Carmen Torres • Sr. • Madrid, Spain                     -           -          -                -        1-2        4-7            5-9             0-7
TEAM TOTALS                                           13-13       6-20       11-14            11-15     11-14      10-15          62-91           9-51


                                                                         DOUBLES
COMBOS                                  #1                          #2                          #3              OVERALL                    ACC
Arechavaleta/Lam                         -                           -                          1-0             1-0                        -
Arechavaleta/Stadelmann                 2-1                        7-10                         3-0             12-11                      2-8
A. Barry/Stadelmann                      -                           -                          1-0             1-0                        -
A. Barry/Torres                          -                           -                          1-0             1-0                        -
A. Barry/Roach                           -                           -                          0-3             0-3                        0-3
Johansson/Orlay                         8-9                          -                          -               8-9                        0-6
Johansson/Roach                          -                         2-1                          -               2-1                        0-1
Johansson/Romero                         -                         0-2                          -               0-2                        0-1
Johansson/Torres                         -                           -                          3-1             3-1                        1-1
Lam/Roach                                -                          1-0                         -               1-0                        -
Orlay/Roach                             2-4                          -                          -               2-4                        2-1
Parker/Torres                            -                           -                          0-1             0-1                        -
Roach/Romero                             -                         1-2                          0-2             1-4                        -
Roach/Torres                             -                           -                          3-5             3-5                        0-3
Romero/Torres                            -                           -                          0-1             0-1                        0-1
TEAM TOTALS                            12-14                      11-15                         12-13           35-42                      5-25

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                                                Year-by-Year Results
Year-by-Year Results




                                             1978                     North Carolina                 L     1-8                   1985                                        1988                       at Maryland                    L     3-6
                                      Overall Record 11-10            Duke                           L     1-8          Overall Record 10-10, ACC 2-5               Overall Record 11-15, ACC 1-6       at Virginia                   W      7-2
                                     Coach Ginger Oakman              St. Augustine’s               W      9-0              Coach Crawford Henry                        Coach Crawford Henry            Clemson                        L     1-8
                            Opponent                        R Score   Vassar                        W      9-0   Opponent                        R Score    Opponent                         R Score    Georgia Tech                   L     0-9
                            at Duke                          L  0-9   at Duke                        L     1-8   College of Charleston          W     7-2   North Florida                     L   3-5   East Carolina                 W      9-0
                            Old Dominion                    W   7-2   at UNC-Wilmington             W      9-0   Tennessee                        L   0-9   Georgia Tech                    W     6-3   UNC-Charlotte                 W      5-4
                            at East Carolina                W   8-1   at East Carolina              W      7-2   Peace College                  W     6-3   Michigan                          L   0-9   Peace College                 W      8-1
                            North Carolina                   L  0-9   North Carolina                 L     0-9   UNC-Wilmington                 W     7-2   Peace                           W     8-1   Clemson (ACC)                  L     0-6
                            Wake Forest                      L  4-5   at Meredith                   W      8-1   Richmond                       W     5-4   UNC-Charlotte                   W     9-0
                            Charleston                       L  0-9   at Wake Forest                 L     4-5   North Florida                  W     6-3   at College of Charleston        W     8-1                   1991
                            at Meredith                     W   8-1   Appalachian State             W      5-4   at North Carolina                L   1-8   Tennessee-Chattanooga           W     7-2           Overall Record 8-15, ACC 1-6
                            at Longwood                     W   9-0   High Point                    W      5-4   Purdue                           L   2-7   James Madison                   W     5-4                  Coach Kelly Key
                            James Madison                   W   6-3                                              Texas Christian                  L   0-9   William & Mary                    L   3-6   Opponent                         R Score
                            Virginia                         L  2-5                       1982                   at Duke                          L   2-7   at Georgia Southern             W     9-0   at Virginia Tech                 L   3-5
                            at Davidson                      L  4-5             Overall Record 10-11             Virginia                       W     5-4   Southern Illinois               W     7-2   at Duke                          L   0-9
                            Harvard                         W   6-3             Coach Sarah Harmer               Wake Forest                      L   4-5   South Florida                     L   3-6   UNC-Greensboro                  W    6-0
                            Davidson                        W   6-3   Opponent                      R Score      Virginia Tech                  W     7-2   at Old Dominioin                  L   4-5   at Richmond                      L   2-7
                            Stetson                          L  1-8   East Carolina                 W   8-1      Haverford                      W     9-0   North Carolina                    L   2-7   Ohio State                       L   2-7
                            Scranton                        W   9-0   Duke                           L  1-8      William & Mary                   L   2-7   Ohio                            W     8-1   at West Virginia                 L   3-6
                            Duke                             L  2-7   UNC-Greensboro                W   9-0      at South Carolina                L   2-7   Rollins                         W     7-2   at Arizona                       L   1-8
                            at Appalachian State            W   5-4   Maryland                      W   5-4      at Clemson                       L   0-9   at Maryland                       L   4-5   at Arizona State                 L   0-9
                            at Methodist                    W   6-3   Virginia                       L  1-8      at Furman                      W     5-4   at Virginia                       L   2-7   at Grand Canyon                 W    5-4
                            East Carolina                   W   6-3   Wake Forest                    L  1-8      at Georgia Tech                W     7-2   Duke                              L   2-7   Peace                           W    8-1
                            at Wake Forest                   L  2-7   North Carolina                 L  0-9      Maryland                         L   0-9   at Wake Forest                    L   1-8   Davidson                        W    6-1
                            Clemson                          L  4-5   Clemson                        L  0-9                                                 Clemson                           L   1-8   UNC-Charlotte                   W    5-3
                                             1979                     at Guilford                   W   7-2                      1986                       Richmond                          L   4-5   Virginia                         L   4-5
                                       Overall Record 10-5            James Madison                  L  4-5              Overall Record 13-9, ACC 2-5       at Davidson                     W     5-2   Virginia Commonwealth           W    6-3
                                      Coach Lauri Newman              at North Carolina              L  0-9                  Coach Crawford Henry           Clemson (ACC)                     L   2-7   Wake Forest                      L   2-7
                            Opponent                        R Score   Trenton State                 W   9-0      Opponent                         R Score   Maryland (ACC)                    L   2-7   Maryland                        W    5-4
                            Wake Forest                      L  2-7   Skidmore                      W   9-0      Appalachian State               W    9-0   Georgia Tech (ACC)                L   2-7   at North Carolina                L   1-7
                            at East Carolina                W   9-0   at Meredith                   W   8-1      Georgia Tech                    W    8-1                                               at GeorgiaTech                   L   1-8
                            at Duke                          L  2-7   Minnesota                      L  2-7      at Old Dominion                 W    8-1                    1989                       at Clemson                       L   0-9
                            Maryland                        W   5-4   Virginia Tech                 W   5-4      Peace College                   W    6-0           Overall Record 7-17, ACC 0-7        at Furman                        L   4-5
                            at North Carolina                L  0-9   Furman                        W   5-4      at UNC-Asheville                W    9-0              Coach Crawford Henry             Boston College                   L   2-5
                            at Old Dominion                 W   7-2   at Wake Forest                 L  1-8      at East Tennessee State         W    8-1   Opponent                         R Score    East Carolina                   W    8-1
                            Peace                           W   8-1   Harvard                        L  3-6      at UT-Chattanooga               W    8-1   Furman                          W    6-3    Clemson (ACC)                    L   0-6
                            Virginia Tech                   W   9-0   at East Carolina              W   6-3      at Tennessee                     L   3-6   Virginia Tech                   W    5-4
                            North Carolina                   L  0-9   at Duke                        L  1-8      at Davidson                     W    9-0   Davidson                        W    9-0                    1992
                            Michigan State                  W   6-3                                              UNC-Wilmington                  W    9-0   Peace College                   W    8-1            Overall Record 8-13, ACC 2-6
                            East Carolina                   W   8-1                       1983                   Clemson                          L   2-7   at Riverside College            W    9-0                   Coach Kelly Key
                            Harvard                         W   7-2           Overall Record 5-10, ACC 0-6       at Wake Forest                   L   2-7   at Pepperdine                    L   0-9    Opponent                         R Score
                            Davidson                        W   9-0              Coach Sarah Harmer              Furman                           L   4-5   at Fresno State                  L   3-5    Campbell                         L   4-5
                            Appalachian State               W   6-3   Opponent                         R Score   North Carolina                   L   4-5   at Cal Poly State                L   4-5    Peace                           W    8-1
                            Peace                            L  4-5   Appalachian State               W    8-1   at UNC-Charlotte                W    9-0   at Cal-Santa Barbara             L   1-8    at Davidson                     W    5-1
                            Davidson                        W   8-1   at Tennessee                     L   0-9   at Virginia                      L   4-5   Richmond                         L   4-5    South Florida                    L   2-7
                            Wake Forest                      L  2-7   at Middle Tennessee State       W    5-1   at Maryland                     W    6-3   Old Dominion                    W    8-1    Michigan                         L   1-8
                                                                      Arkansas                         L   0-9   at William & Mary               W    6-3   Virginia                         L   1-5    at Florida State                 L   2-7
                                             1980                     at East Carolina                W    8-1   Duke                             L   4-5   Maryland                         L   4-5    Duke                             L   0-9
                                      Overall Record 6-11             William & Mary                   L   3-6   Virginia (ACC)                  W    5-4   Texas Christian                  L   1-8    West Virginia                   W    5-4
                                      Coach J.W. Isenhour             Iowa                             L   3-6   Duke (ACC)                       L   1-8   Northwestern                    W    5-4    UNC-Charlotte                   W    6-3
                            Opponent                        R Score   Wake Forest                      L   3-6   North Carolina (ACC)             L   2-7   Wake Forest                      L   2-7    at Maryland                     W    7-2
                            William & Mary                   L  1-8   at North Carolina                L   0-9                                              Boston College                   L   3-6    at Virginia                      L   1-5
                            Wake Forest                      L  4-5   Maryland                         L   3-6                   1987                       at Duke                          L   3-6    North Carolina                   L   0-9
                            Duke                             L  4-5   at Duke                          L   1-8           Overall Record 11-8, ACC 2-4       at Clemson                       L   3-6    Virginia Tech                   W    5-4
                            Maryland                         L  2-7   at Clemson                       L   0-9              Coach Crawford Henry            at Georgia Tech                  L   3-5    Richmond                         L   4-5
                            Old Dominion                     L  3-6   UNC-Charlotte                   W    8-1   Opponent                         R Score   at North Carolina                L   1-8    Clemson                          L   0-5
                            Clemson                          L  0-9   Guilford                        W    6-3   Atlantic Christian              W    8-1   Duke (ACC)                       L   2-7    Furman                           L   3-6
                            North Carolina                   L  0-9   Virginia                         L   4-5   Peace                           W    9-0   Wake Forest (ACC)                L   4-5    at Wake Forest                   L   1-8
                            Norh Carolina                    L  0-9                       1984                   at South Carolina                L   0-9   Georgia Tech (ACC)               L   1-8    Baylor                          W    5-4
                            Virginia Tech                    L  1-8           Overall Record 7-11, ACC 1-6       at Clemson                       L   0-9                                               Georgia Tech                    W    5-4
                            at East Carolina                W   9-0               Coach Crawford Henry           at Furman                       W    6-3                    1990                       Virginia Commonwealth            L   3-6
                            at Davidson                     W   7-2   Opponent                         R Score   at Georgia Tech                 W    8-1           Overall Record 10-14 ACC-1-6        Wake Forest (ACC)                L   1-5
                            Appalachian State               W   7-2   Virginia Tech                   W    7-2   at North Florida                 L   3-5                 Coach Kelly Key
                            Skidmore                        W   8-1   Appalachian State               W    9-0   at Guilford                     W    9-0   Opponent                         R Score                    1993
                            at Presbyterian                 W   7-2   Old Dominion                    W    6-3   William & Mary                  W    6-3   at Peace College                W    5-4            Overall Record 7-15, ACC 1-7
                            Appalachian State               W   7-2   Rice                             L   1-8   at Duke                          L   1-8   at South Carolina                L   0-9                   Coach Kelly Key
                            at North Carolina                L  0-9   at William & Mary                L   3-6   Ohio                            W    9-0   Virgina Tech                    W    6-3    Opponent                         R Score
                            Wake Forest                      L  2-7   Charleston                       L   3-6   Davidson                        W    9-0   Duke                             L   0-9    at Virginia Tech                W    6-3
                                                                      UNC-Wilmington                  W    8-1   Old Dominion                    W    7-2   Southern Methodist               L   0-9    at Rice                          L   4-5
                                             1981                     at Maryland                      L   2-7   at North Carolina                L   0-9   at Davidson                     W    8-1    at Houston                       L   1-8
                                      Overall Record 9-10             at Virginia                      L   2-7   Wake Forest                      L   2-7   North Carolina                   L   0-9    at Sam Houston State            W    9-0
                                      Coach J.W. Isenhour             Georgia Tech                    W    6-3   Virginia                        W    7-2   at Southern Methodist            L   0-9    at Georgia Tech                  L   3-6
                            Opponent                        R Score   at Wake Forest                   L   2-7   Wake Forest (ACC)                L   3-6   at Texas Christian               L   2-7    Oklahoma                         L   1-8
                            Wake Forest                      L  2-7   Clemson                          L   0-9   Georgia Tech (ACC)              W    7-2   at North Texas                  W    7-2    Florida State                    L   0-6
                            Richmond                         L  1-8   Duke                             L   1-8   Virginia (ACC)                   L   3-6   at Baylor                        L   3-6    Maryland                        W    7-1
                            William & Mary                   L  1-8   North Carolina                   L   0-9                                              Atlantic Christian              W    8-1    at Clemson                       L   0-9
                            Maryland                         L  4-5   UNC-Greensboro                  W    8-1                                              Furman                          W    5-4    Peace                           W    8-1
                            Clemson                          L  0-9   at High Point                    L   4-5                                              Northwestern                     L   1-8    Furman                           L   2-7
                            Georgia State                   W   8-1   at Richmond                      L   1-8                                              Arkansas                         L   1-8    Virginia                         L   1-8
                            Georgia Tech                    W   9-0   Salem College                   W    9-0                                              at William & Mary                L   1-8    Wake Forest                      L   0-9
                                                                                                                                                                                                        at William & Mary                L   3-6

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at Richmond                     L    4-5                     1997




                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Year-by-Year Results
at Virginia Commonwealth
at North Carolina
                                L
                                L
                                     1-7
                                     3-6
                                                    Overall Record 9-15, ACC 2-6                    WOMEN’S TENNIS COACHING RECORDS
                                                         Coach Jenny Garrity
UNC-Charlotte                  W     6-3    Opponent                         R Score                             Ginger Oakman                                                  Kelly Key
Davidson                       W     5-4    Tennessee                         L  1-8                           Head Coach 1977                                         Head Coach 1990-95 (6 seasons)
at Duke                         L    0-9    at Clemson                        L  1-8        Year           Overall      Pct.                              1990           10-15       .400        1-6          5th
Maryland (ACC)                 W     6-0    at Georgia Tech                   L  2-7        1977           11-10        .529                              1991           8-15        .348        1-6          5th
Duke (ACC)                      L    0-6    South Carolina                    L  1-5                                                                      1992           8-13        .381        2-6          5th
                 1994                       at Virginia Commonwealth         W   6-0                             Lauri Newman                             1993           7-15        .318        1-7          5th
        Overall Record 11-8, ACC 3-5        College of Charleston             L  2-7                            Head Coach 1978                           1994           11-8        .579        3-5          5th
               Coach Kelly Key              Old Dominion                     W   8-1        1978           10-5         .667                              1995           15-6        .715        4-4          5th
Opponent                         R Score    at Duke                           L  1-8                                                                      Total          59-72       .450        12-34
UNC-Greensboro                  W    9-0    San Diego                        W   4-2                            J.W. Isenhour
at Davidson                     W    7-2    San Diego State                   L  2-5                    Head Coach 1979-81 (3 seasons)                                         Jenny Garrity
at UNC-Charlotte                W    9-0    at UNLV                           L  2-5        1979          6-11         .353                                            Head Coach 1996-98 (3 seasons)
Virginia Tech                   W    5-2    Oregon                            L  2-6        1980          9-10         .474                               1996           7-14        .333        1-7          8th
Georgia Tech                    W    9-0    Florida State                     L  3-6        1981          10-11        .476                               1997           9-15        .346        2-6          8th
at Furman                       W    5-4    at William & Mary                 L  0-9        Total         25-32        .439                               1998           16-8        .667        5-3          3rd
Winthrop                         L   4-5    at North Carolina                 L  3-6                                                                      Total          32-37       .464        8-16
at Florida State                 L   2-7    UNC-Greensboro                   W   6-3                            Sarah Harmer
at South Florida                 L   2-7    Virginia                         W   5-4                    Head Coach 1982-83 (2 seasons)                                         Kay Louthian
at Virginia                      L   2-7    Wake Forest                       L  1-5        Year          Overall     Pct.        ACC       Finish                    Head Coach 1999-2001 (3 seasons)
at Maryland                     W    5-0    East Carolina                    W   5-2        1982          7-6         .538                                1999           10-12       .455        0-8          9th
North Carolina                  W    5-4    Maryland                         W   5-4        1983          5-10        .333        0-6           7th       2000           5-15        .250        0-8          9th
Campbell                        W    6-3    at Richmond                       L  2-7        Total         12-16       .429        0-6                     2001           8-14        .364        1-7         t8th
Richmond                        W    5-3    Furman                           W   7-2                                                                      Total          23-41       .365        1-23
at Wake Forest                   L   0-9    Virginia (ACC)                   W   5-3                            Crawford Henry
Virginia Commonwealth           W    5-4    Duke (ACC)                        L  0-5                    Head Coach 1984-89 (6 seasons)                                        Hans Olsen
Clemson                          L   1-8                                                    1984          7-11         .389       1-6           7th                Head Coach 2002-present (4 seasons)
Duke                             L   0-8                     1998                           1985          9-10         .474       2-5           7th       2001         10-13        .437        1-7     9th
Florida State (ACC)              L   1-5            Overall Record 16-8, ACC 5-3            1986          13-9         .591       2-5           4th       2002         7-11         .389        0-8     9th
                                                        Coach Jenny Garrity                 1987          11-8         .579       2-4           6th       2003         7-12         .368        0-8     9th
                 1995                       Opponent                         R Score        1988          10-15        .400       1-6           8th       2004         9-14         .391        1-9    10th
        Overall Record 15-6, ACC 4-4        at Furman                       W    6-3        1989          7-17         .292       0-6           8th       Total        33-50        .398        2-32
               Coach Kelly Key              Kansas                           L   1-8        Total         57-70        .449       8-32
Opponent                         R Score    William & Mary                   L   4-5
UNC-Greensboro                  W    8-1    Georgia Tech                    W    5-4
at Virginia Tech                W    9-0    Old Dominion                    W    4-3
Campbell                        W    5-1    at Jacksonville                 W    7-2                    2000                                          2002                                      2004
Maryland                        W    9-0                                                        Overall Record 5-15, ACC 0-8              Overall Record 10-13, ACC 1-7                 Overall Record 7-12, ACC0-8
                                            at Florida State                W    5-4
at Richmond                     W    5-2                                                            Coach Kay Louthian                          Coach Hans Olsen                             Coach Hans Olsen
                                            College of Charleston           W    5-0
at Virginia Commonwealth        W    5-4                                                Opponent                         R Score   Opponent                        R Score      Opponent                        R Score
                                            at UNC-Wilmington               W    8-1
at Georgia Tech                 W    7-2                                                Appalachian State               W    9-0   at UNC Greensboro              W     6-1     UNC Wilmington                  W   7-0
                                            North Carolina                  W    6-3    Michigan                         L   0-9   at North Carolina                L   7-0     Appalachian State               W   7-0
at Middle Tennessee State       W    6-0    Clemson                         W    5-4
at Vanderbilt                    L   4-5                                                UNC Greensboro                  W    7-2   at Wofford                     W     6-1     Davidson                        W   4-3
                                            Virginia Commonwealth            L   3-6    Georgia State                   W    7-2   at Furman                        L   7-0     Virginia Commonwealth            L  4-3
at North Carolina               W    5-4    Duke                             L   0-9    South Carolina                   L   0-9   Coastal Carolina                 L   5-2     Virginia Tech                   W   6-1
Minnesota                       W    6-3    Southern Methodist              W    6-0    Georgia Tech                     L   1-8   Charlotte                      W     4-3     Old Dominion                     L  5-2
Furman                          W    9-0    Richmond                        W    5-4    at Miami                         L   0-6   South Carolina                   L   7-0     Clemson                          L  7-0
Davidson                        W    9-0    UNC-Greensboro                  W    7-2    Marshall in Miami, Fla.         W    7-2   Priceton                       W     7-0     Georgia Tech                     L  4-3
at Clemson                       L   4-5    at George Washington            W    5-2    at Clemson                       L   1-8   UNC Wilmington                 W     7-0     Stetson                         W   7-0
Wake Forest                      L   3-6    at Maryland                     W    5-4    at Furman                        L   1-8   at Clemson                       L   6-1     Furman                           L  4-3
Virginia                        W    5-4    at Virginia                      L   0-9    at Duke                          L   0-6   at East Tennessee State        W     7-0     Florida State                    L  7-0
UNC-Charlotte                   W forfeit   at Wake Forest                   L   1-8    Florida State                    L   1-8   Georgia Tech                     L   6-1     Duke                             L  6-1
at Duke                          L   0-9    East Carolina                   W    7-0    at North Carolina                L   0-6   at Duke                          L   7-0     Richmond                        W   6-1
Florida State                    L   4-5                                                at Richmond                      L   3-6   at Richmond                    W     5-2     North Carolina                   L  7-0
                                            Clemson (ACC)                   W    5-4
Clemson (ACC)                   W    5-4                                                at Old Dominion                  L   4-5   Florida State                    L   5-2     UNC Greensboro                  W   6-1
                                            Wake Forest (ACC)                L   0-5
Duke (ACC)                       L   0-5                                                at East Carolina                W    6-3   Indiana                          L   5-2     Wake Forest                      L  5-2
                                            South Carolina (NCAA)            L   2-5
                                                                                        Wake Forest                      L   0-9   Richmond                       W     5-2     Maryland                         L  5-2
                 1996                                        1999
                                                                                        Virginia                         L   3-6   Virginia Commonwealth            L   6-1     Virginia                         L  5-1
        Overall Record 7-14, ACC 1-7                                                    Maryland                         L   4-5   at East Carolina               W     6-1     Maryland (ACC)                   L  4-0
                                                    Overall Record 10-12, ACC 0-8       North Carolina (ACC)             L   0-5   Wake Forest                      L   6-1
            Coach Jenny Garrity
Opponent                         R Score
                                                         Coach Kay Louthian                                                        Winthrop                       W     4-3                     2005
at Kentucky                      L   1-8
                                            Opponent                         R Score                    2001                       Virginia                       W     4-3             Overall Record 9-14, ACC1-9
                                            Appalachian St.                 W     6-0           Overall Record 8-14, ACC 1-7       Maryland                         L   6-1                  Coach Hans Olsen
at Miami of Ohio                W    5-2    Elon College                    W     5-1               Coach Kay Louthian                                                          Opponent                        R Score
at UNC-Greensboro               W    9-0    at Davidson                     W     7-2   Opponent                         R Score   Duke (ACC)                     L     4-0     Louisville                       L  5-2
at Furman                       W    9-0    at UNC Charlotte                W     5-1   Wofford                         W    7-0                      2003                      Marshall                        W   4-3
at South Carolina                L   2-6    Middle Tenn. St.                W def.      South Carolina                   L   2-5            Overall Record 7-11, ACC0-8         Davidson                        W   6-1
Richmond                        W    7-2    Old Dominion                    W     5-4   Marshall                         L   3-4                Coach Hans Olsen                UNCW                            W   7-0
Campbell                        W    7-0    at UNC Greensboro               W     6-0   Richmond                         L   3-4   Opponent                         R Score     Radford                         W   7-0
Georgia Tech                    W    6-2                                                Charlotte                       W    7-0   UNC Greensboro                   W   7-0     Winthrop                        W   4-3
                                            at Georgia Tech                   L   2-7
Duke                             L   1-7                                                Furman                          W    4-3   Coastal Carolina                 W   4-3     Coastal Carolina                W   6-1
                                            at Georgia St.                  W     6-3
at South Florida                 L   2-7                                                Clemson                         W    4-3   at VCU                            L  7-0     Gardner-Webb                    W   6-1
                                            Texas A&M                         L   3-6
at Florida State                 L   1-8                                                Central Florida                  L   1-4   at South Carolina                 L  6-1     UC Santa Barbara                 L  5-2
                                            Furman                          W     7-2   Georgia State                   W    7-0   Boston                           W   6-1     Cal. State Northridge            L  4-3
Vanderbilt                       L   2-6    at South Florida                  L   3-6
Virginia Commonwealth            L   2-7                                                Georgia Tech                     L   0-7   Duke                              L  6-1     Clemson                          L  7-0
                                            at Florida St.                    L   0-9   Florida                          L   1-6   Clemson                           L  5-2     Georgia Tech                     L  7-0
Auburn                           L   3-6    Duke                              L   0-9   Florida State                    L   1-6   at Georgia Tech                   L  5-2     Wake Forest                      L  7-0
at Maryland                      L   1-5    at South Carolina                 L   1-8   Maimi                            L   2-5   Stetson                          W   5-2     Florida State                    L  7-0
at Virginia                      L   2-7    East Carolina                   W     8-1   Wake Forest                      L   1-6   Appalachian State                W   6-1     Miami                            L  7-0
at Wake Forest                   L   0-9    North Carolina                    L   0-1   Virginia Tech                   W    4-3   at Florida State                  L  6-1     Duke                             L  5-2
Clemson                          L   0-9    at Clemson                        L   3-6   Elon                            W    1-0   Old Dominion                     W   4-2     Old Dominion                    W   5-2
North Carolina                   L   3-6    at Wake Forest                    L   1-6   Duke                             L   0-7   East Carolina                    W   5-2     Furman                           L  4-3
Georgia Tech (ACC)              W    6-3    at Maryland                       L   4-5   East Carolina                   W    4-3                                                North Carolina                   L  6-1
Duke (ACC)                       L   0-5    at Virginia                       L   0-9   North Carolina                   L   0-7                                                Virginia Tech                   W   5-2
                                            Georgia Tech (ACC)                L   2-6   Maryland                         L   3-4                                                Maryland                         L  6-1
                                                                                        Virginia                         L   0-7                                                Virginia                         L  6-1
                                                                                        Clemson (ACC)                    L   2-4                                                Duke (ACC)                       L  4-0


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Preparing You for Success


                                               Preparing You for Success
                                    PRODUCING                                                                   PROMINENT LEADERS
                                     LEADERS                                                     LEADERSHIP
                                  • According to the                                             • Former North Carolina governor James B. Hunt
                                    General Officers                                             • North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Burley
                                    Management                                                   Mitchell
                                    Branch in
                                                                                                 • UCLA Chancellor Albert Carnesale
                                    Washington, D.C.,
                                    NC State has                                                 • Former Vice Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator
                                    produced more                                                John Edwards (N.C.) and U.S. Congressman J.D.
                                    four-star generals                                           Hayworth (Arizona) and Walter Jones (N.C.)
                                    than any other                        Bill Cowher                                                                                         Julius Hodge
                                                                Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach   • Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Four-star            First-round NBA draft pick
                                    institution (other
                                    than West Point) in                                          General Henry “Hugh” Shelton
                                    America with eight.                                          • Four-star general Maxwell Thurman led the U.S. forces in
                                  • Four-star General                                            the invasion of Panama in 1989.
                                    Henry “Hugh”
                                                                                                 BUSINESS
                                    Shelton is the
                                    former Chairman of                                           • James Goodnight, founder and CEO of SAS, one of the
                                    the Joint Chiefs of                                          world’s largest computer software companies
                                    Staff and four-star                                          • USA Today senior editor Richard Curtis
                                    general Maxwell                                              • Wendell Murphy, former CEO of Murphy Family Farms
                                    Thurman led the
                                    U.S. forces in the                                           • Jim Owens, CEO of Caterpillar
                                    1989 invasion of                                             SPORTS
                                    Panama.
                                                                      Albert Carnesale           • Julius Hodge, first-round NBA draft pick of the Denver                      Torry Holt
                                  • NC State alumni                   UCLA Chancellor            Nuggets                                                              First-round NFL draft pick
                                    head more of the
                                    state’s top 100
                                                                                                 • ABC Sports commentator Terry Gannon
                                    companies than                                               • Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Bill Cowher
                                    graduates of any                                             • 1996 Olympic gold medalist swimmer David Fox
                                    other institution in                                         • Pro Bowl wide receiver Torry Holt of the St. Louis Rams
                                    the state and the
                                                                                                 • NFL first-round draft pick Philip Rivers of the San Diego
                                    university ranks
                                    among the top 30                                             Chargers
                                    institutions in the                                          ENTERTAINMENT
                                    nation for the
                                    number of
                                                                                                 • Physician and ESPN sportscaster Dr. Jerry Punch
                                    graduates who                                                • Entertainment Tonight host and Emmy-winning composer
                                    serve as CEOs of                                             John Tesh
                                    Fortune 500                                                  • Mark Zenow, Director of Public Relations for the rock                  John Edwards
                                                                        Hugh Shelton                                                                                   2004 Democratic Vice
                                    companies.                        Four-Star General          band “Hootie and the Blowfish”                                        Presidental Candidate



                                                           Following her sophomore year, Nandita Chandrasekar spent 10 weeks in New York City as part of an
                                                           internship with Citigroup. Chandrasekar, a business major, was selected from over 300 applicants for the
                                                           internship. Her responsibilities included:
                                                           • Assisting in preparing new business presentations for merger, acquisition and IPO deals.
                                                           • Conducting fundamental industry research and quantitative analysis.
                                                           • Reviewing and organizing financial data.
                                                           • Helping to develop company valuation for “on the market” firms.
                                                           • Assisting in the management of firm resources.
                                                           • Advising clients on when to buy, sell and hold securities, in addition to helping them
                                                           manage their assets.
                                 “Playing tennis at NC State has helped me build character and confidence,” Chandrasekar said. “That is definitely going to help me
                                 face the challenges of the everyday work environment because being on a team and working in an office are very similar. The things
                                 that you learn in one environment can definitely be applied in the other setting. When I’m on the tennis court, I want to give my team
                                 the best that I can and I feel the same way when I’m sitting at my desk working.”
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