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Breaking ground on the Baseball Enhancement Project

Nov 14, 2022

Safran Family Pledges $1.1M to Baseball Enhancement Project

NC State graduate and longtime Wolfpack supporter Perry Safran and his wife, Susan, have pledged $1.1 million to the Baseball Enhancement Plan. This is the seventh major commitment for the project, which will impact NC State baseball’s competitive future and significantly enhance the game-day experience at Doak Field at Dail Park. 

Katelyn Tuohy

Oct 18, 2022

Q&A: Running With the Pack

Katelyn Tuohy is racking up accomplishments as a member of NC State’s outstanding women’s cross country and women’s track and field teams. Learn how her athletics scholarship enabled her to join the Pack and more. 

a baseball diamond

Oct 11, 2022

Anna and Brad Sullivan Make Significant Gift to NC State Baseball Enhancement Project

The future of the #Pack9 and Doak Field at Dail Park continues to be bright thanks to NC State alumni, longtime Wolfpack Club donors and season-ticket holders Anna and Brad Sullivan. This is the sixth major commitment announced for the project, which will impact NC State baseball’s competitive future and enhance the game-day experience. 

NC State’s women’s basketball team with Gayle and Dwain Lanier

Sep 27, 2022

Lanier Family Makes Generous Gift to NC State Women’s Basketball Locker Room Enhancement

NC State alumni and loyal Wolfpack women’s basketball supporters Gayle and Dwain Lanier have made a generous $250,000 donation toward the program’s locker room enhancement plan. In appreciation of this gift and its commitment to strengthening the Pack, NC State's Board of Trustees has approved the naming of the upgraded space to the Gayle and Dwain Lanier Women’s Basketball Locker Room. 

Aerial view of plans for remodeling of Doak Field

Aug 29, 2022

Russ and Cara McLauchlan Make $1M Donation to Baseball Enhancement Fund

The future continues to be bright for fans of #Pack9, as Russ and Cara McLauchlan have committed $1 million to the Baseball Enhancement Fund. This is the fifth major commitment announced for the project that will impact NC State baseball’s competitive future while also significantly enhancing the spectator experience. 

Art and Mary Bethel in the Howling Cow Creamery

Aug 22, 2022

Still Part of the Pack

For Art and Mary Bethel, giving back to NC State has been an invaluable way to stay connected with their alma mater — for 50 consecutive years! 

Carter-Finley Stadium

Jul 11, 2022

TowneBank Makes $5 Million Gift to Enhance NC State Athletics

TowneBank has committed $5 million to Wolfpack Athletics that will support key upgrades and improvements within Carter-Finley Stadium. In recognition of the gift, the 117,000-square-foot West Side Tower that stretches from endzone to endzone (previously known as C. Richard Vaughn Towers) is being renamed TowneBank Center for a 10-year period beginning July 1, 2022. 

Sophomore Katelyn Tuohy shows off her trophy after winning the NCAA 5,000-meter championship in Eugene, Oregon.

Jun 27, 2022

Wolfpack Racks Up NCAA Titles

It was a remarkably successful year for NC State Athletics, which finished 2021-22 with a record-setting collection of NCAA hardware. The most recent title came June 11 at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, when sophomore distance runner Katelyn Tuohy won the 5,000-meter race with a time of 15:18.39 — the second consecutive title in that event for a Wolfpack runner. 

#Pack9 logo on a baseball base

Jun 20, 2022

Don Sherrill Makes Significant Donation Toward NC State Baseball Enhancement Project

Don Sherrill of Charlotte has made the fourth major commitment to the NC State baseball program’s enhancement plan for Doak Field at Dail Park. The three-phase plan will strategically meet program and budgetary priorities including field improvements, player performance facilities and game day/fan experience enhancements. 

Dereck Whittenburg and James Valvano

Apr 26, 2022

Wolfpack Great Dereck Whittenburg Continues to Build a Legacy

The former NC State basketball player, coach and documentary producer launched the Dereck Whittenburg Foundation in 2015 with his wife, Jacqueline, to provide scholarship funds to college juniors and seniors facing financial hardship.