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    Head coach Wes Moore and the Wolfpack are off to a 3-0 start in 2013-14
    Head coach Wes Moore and the Wolfpack are off to a 3-0 start in 2013-14
     

    Nov. 17, 2013

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    RALEIGH, N.C. – Shortly after improving its record to a spotless 3-0 on Saturday afternoon, the NC State women’s basketball team gets back in action on Monday night, hosting the Morgan State Bears. The teams will tip off from Reynolds Coliseum beginning at 7 p.m.

    Monday’s game will be broadcast live on WKNC 88.1 FM. It can also be viewed and heard on Go Pack All-Access.

    LAST GAME

    A WIN ON MONDAY WOULD...
    -Be the 780th win in program history
    -Be the program’s 407th win at Reynolds Coliseum (528th game)
    -Be the 562nd win of Wes Moore’s head coaching career
    -Be NC State’s first win over Morgan State (first meeting)
    -Be NC State’s 11th win in its last 12 home nonconference games
    -Mark the third straight season in which NC State has started a campaign at 4-0

    SCOUTING THE BEARS
    -Morgan State enters Monday’s game the owner of an 0-1 record
    -The Bears lost their season opener to Lincoln-Pa. in overtime, 94-86
    -Tracey Carrington led the way offensively for the Bears in the loss, scoring a game high 34 points
    -The Bears were outrebounded by a 63-42 margin
    -Morgan State is coached by Donald Beasley, who is in his ninth season at the helm of the program. Beasley has posted a 112-132 record
    -The Bears went a 13-19 last season with a 9-7 mark in MEAC play

    NC STATE - MORGAN STATE SERIES HISTORY
    Monday’s game will serve as the first-ever meeting between NC State and Morgan State.

    ON FIRE FROM DISTANCE
    NC State was unstoppable from three-point range during the win over Presbyterian. The Wolfpack connected on 14 of 30 three-pointers (46.7 percent) to achieve the second high­est single-game mark in program history. Freshman Ashley Williams had the best day of all, going a near-perfect 4-5 from beyond the arc.

    THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE REYNOLDS
    Since the program’s first season in 1974-75, Reynolds Coliseum has served as a fortress for NC State. The Wolfpack has posted a home record of 406-121 (.770) in 39+ seasons in the historic facility.

    ALWAYS IN FRONT
    Through 120 minutes of basketball in the 2013-14 season, NC State has never once trailed. The Wolfpack has outscored its opponents 224-138 and has never played from behind.

    MULTI-FACETED ATTACK
    Through the first three games of the 2013-14 season, NC State has eight student-athletes who are averaging at least 5.0 points per game. Four of them (Myisha Goodwin-Coleman, Len’Nique Brown, Ashley Williams, and Markeisha Gatling) are averaging 8.0 points or more each outing.

    FAST FINISH
    State ended its win over Presbyterian by sinking six of its final nine three-pointers. The Wolfpack ended the contest on a 20-9 run.

    JUDICIOUS IN POSSESSION
    Junior point guard Len’Nique Brown has been very judicious in possession this season. Through the first three games of the year, she has dished out a team high 12 assists while commit­ting just three turnovers.

    BENCH BUNCH
    NC State’s bench outscored its Towson counterpart by a 22-2 margin on Nov. 11. Factoring in the Nov. 8 St. Bonaventure game and the Nov. 16 Presbyterian contest, the Wolfpack bench has outscored the opposing reserves by a 99-37 margin to begin the 2013-14 season.

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