ACC Championships


    In just his first season as head coach of the Wolfpack, head coach Shawn Rychcik led the squad to the 2013 ACC Championship crown - becoming the first coach in the history of the conference to win the tournament title in their first season. The squad set various program records en route to earning an automatic bid to an NCAA Regional, after winning the ACC Championship. Rychcik and his staff led the team to a 35-20-1 record on the season, highlighted by a 13-7 record in conference play. Emily Weiman became the first Wolfpack softball player to earn the ACC Pitcher of the Year award, after leading the league in wins (33). As a team, the Pack smashed a conference leading and school record 88 home runs, breaking the previous record of 35 by more than 50 homers. Weiman along with Renada Davis, Caitlin Dent and Kirsty Grant earned All-ACC honors following the season.


      Preseason picked to finish fifth in the league, the NC State softball team overcame the odds during the 2006 season to win the ACC regular season title and claim the conference championship crown in the tournament. The squad finished the campaign with a 50-21 overall record, including a 14-5 mark in ACC play. It was the program's first and only 50-win season. Head coach Lisa Navas earned ACC Coach of the Year after guiding the team to its most successful season in program history. The 2006 squad had three players earn All-ACC honors as Jen Chamberlin, Shaina Ervin and Abbie Sims all claimed the accolade. A 4-1 win against Florida State in the championship game sealed the ACC crown for the squad. The team earned the program's first-ever trip to the NCAA Regionals it collected a 1-0 win versus Princeton.

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