RALEIGH – NC State Athletics has announced its plan to enhance the Wolfpack women’s basketball locker room inside of Reynolds Coliseum.
The plan celebrates NC State’s historic women’s basketball program with upgrades that will strengthen the experience of the student-athletes and help the team continue competing for and winning championships at the highest level.
Enhancements to the team’s locker room will include:
- Expanded player lounge and nutrition areas
- New player lockers
- Renovated shower and restroom areas
- Sleeping pods and water massage tables
- New sound system and monitors, along with color-changing LED lighting
NC State’s women’s basketball program has enjoyed a rich history of success. In 48 seasons, the team has completed earned 27 NCAA Tournament appearances and won 13 ACC regular-season or tournament titles.
The Wolfpack is coming off of a 2021-22 campaign that ended with a 32-4 overall record and the program’s first Elite Eight appearance since 1998. NC State won the ACC regular-season crown for the first time in over 30 years, claimed its third-straight championship at the 2022 conference tournament and was a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row
Fans who are interested in supporting this project may do so here or contact the Wolfpack Club for more information on how to give.
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