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Women's roundup: Wolfpack wants to extend streak, Eagles to break one

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N.C. State will look to extend its winning streak to four games, while N.C. Central is still looking for its first win of the season in women's basketball action tonight.

The Wolfpack (4-1) will face off with Northwestern State (2-2) in the Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament, while the Eagles (0-4) visit George Mason (2-2) for the first meeting between the two schools.

Duke is still at the Caribbean Challenge in Cancun, and will take on Marquette tonight.

Bonae Holston (pictured) is N.C. State's scoring leader. The Wolfpack will play either host Vanderbilt or Austin Peay on Saturday.

Today's games

N.C. State vs. Northwestern State

[Today, 5 p.m. (EST), Memorial Gym, Nashville, Tenn.]

NCSU leads series 2-1

Records: NCSU 4-1, NSU 2-2.

Audio: WKNC-88.1 FM, GoPack.com

Coaches' records - NCSU: Kellie Harper 101-66, 4-1 at NCSU; NSU: Jennifer Graf 73-67.

Leading scorers - NCSU: Bonae Holston 13.0; NSU: Brittiany Houston 11.2.

Leading rebounders - NCSU: Bonae Holston 7.6; NSU: Sherrion Thomas 8.2.

Assist leaders - NCSU: Marissa Kastanek 2.4; NSU:  Lyndzee Greene 3.0.

N.C. Central at George Mason

[Sunday, 3 p.m., McLendon-McDougald Gym]

First meeting

Records: NCCU 0-4, GMU 2-2.

Audio: GoMason.com.

Video: GoMason.com.

Coaches' records - NCCU: Joli Robinson 197-173; GMU: Jeri Porter 161-156, 4-26 at Mason.

Leading scorers - NCCU: Joanna Miller 15.5; GMU: Brittany Poindexter 13.0.

Leading rebounders - NCCU: Brittany Myatt 6.0; GMU: Angela LaTouche 7.5.

Assist leaders - NCCU: Joanna Miller 3.3; GMU: Rahneeka Saunders 3.8.

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