The Wolfpack will play eight sets during the day-long event.
The two squads both went 6-2 in Saturday's nine-team tournament, hosted at Reynolds Coliseum. Sophomore Morgan Cormier had 27 kills and junior Alesha Wilson had 11 blocks.
The fourth-place Wolfpack will face the third-place Tar Heels in a 2 p.m. contest at Carmichael Arena in Chapel Hill. Admission is free for all spectators.
Sophomore Dariyan Hopper led the Wolfpack in kills and hitting in wins over Virginia and Virginia Tech.
NC State's volleyball team (17-3, 7-2) returns home from a four-match road trip for back-to-back matches against Boston College on Friday and Maryland on Saturday. Friday's contest is the annual Kay Yow Pink Match, which raises money for the cancer fund named for the legendary women's basketball coach, who also coach volleyball and slow-pitch softball early in her NC State career.
2013: Redshirted the season after suffering a season-ending injury in preseason practice
2012: Played in 22 of the team's matches as a freshman ... Appeared in 63 of the team's 122 sets ... Posted season-highs in kills and blocks in the match against UNCW with 13 and seven, respectively ... She was rewarded for her efforts with the ACC Freshman of the Week Award on Sept. 17 ... Recorded 21 digs and 39 blocks on the season ... Finished the season with 99 kills, one assist and a service ace
Prep: Well-decorated prep middle blocker who played for coach Kelly Drobek at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego ... First-team Division III all-state selection and all-state championship tournament selection in 2011 ... Had 449 kills, 35 aces, 121 blocks, 203 digs, 22 assists and 3.8 kills per game as a high school senior ... Led team to a 36-4 record as a senior ... Cathedral Catholic won three California Division III state titles during Cormier's career ... Three-time MaxPreps Player of the Week ... 2011 Nike Tournament of Champions most outstanding player ... 2010 Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions all-tournament team ... Ranked 14th best player in California and 37th best recruit in the nation by MaxPreps