#14 NC State (11-4-1) vs. Presbyterian (2-10-2)
Tuesday, November 3 • 7:00 p.m.
Dail Soccer Field
RALEIGH, N.C. – The 14th-ranked NC State men’s soccer team will celebrate senior day tomorrow night, as the Wolfpack will host Presbyterian at 7:00 p.m. at the Dail Soccer Field. The Pack puts its perfect 9-0 record against non-conference foes on the line, as NC State prepares for next week’s ACC Tournament.
NC State enters the contest at 11-4-1 on the season, after falling to Clemson this past weekend, 1-0. In the national polls this week, the Pack fell to No. 14 on CollegeSoccerNews.com and No. 16 in Soccer America.
Before the game, the Pack will honor its nine-member senior class.
• Korede Aiyegbusi – Has started every game this season as an outside defender. Has posted three assists on the season.
• Chrystel Bakong – Playing as a defensive central midfielder this season, he has one goal and one assist on the year.
• Amar Brkic – A reserve forward, he has played in 12 games this season. Scored a pair of goals in the Pack’s win over Centenary last week.
• Ronnie Bouemboue – Has started all 16 games at forward, leads the Pack in goals (7) and points (22), and tied for the team lead with eight assists.
• Chris Franczkowski – A reserve defender, has seen action in three contests.
• Romulo Manzano – Has started every game but one as a central defender, notched one assist this season.
• Federico Nachmann – Has returned from injury to start at outside midfield. Has one goal and four assists on the year, including a pair of assists against Centenary.
• Alan Sanchez – Started every game in the midfield, is tied for the team lead with eight assists and ranks second on the team in goals (6) and points (20).
• Christopher Widman – Has played every minute in goal for the Pack this season, setting new career-highs with seven shutouts and a GAA of just 0.84.
Presbyterian enters the contest at 2-10-2 on the season, and 1-4-2 in Big South Conference play. The Blue Hose were off this past weekend, and fell at Duke in their last game, 6-0.