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Wolfpack travels to Clemson today

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N.C. State will try to end its two-game women's basketball losing streak today when the Wolfpack visits Clemson.

Kellie Harper's club, which has lost four of its last five games, has not had a three-game losing streak this season.

Clemson, coached by NCSU alumna Cristy McKinney, is coming off a big 68-65 win Friday night over visiting Boston College, the Tigers' first ACC victory this season.

The Wolfpack has won two straight at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Lucy Ellison (pictured) the rebounding leader for the Wolfpack, which after today will not play again until a Feb. 7 home game against Virginia Tech.

N.C. State at Clemson

[Sunday, 2 p.m., Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson]

NCSU leads series 47-28.

Records: NCSU 12-9, 2-4 ACC; CU 10-12, 1-5.

Audio: WKNC-FM 88.1; GoPack.com; ClemsonTigers.com.

Video: ClemsonTigers.com.

Coaches' records - NCSU: Kellie Harper 109-74, 12-9 at NCSU; CU: Cristy McKinney 272-226, 56-87 at CU.

Leading scorers - NCSU: Bonae Holston 12.3; CU: Lele Hardy 13.7.

Leading rebounders - NCSU: Lucy Ellison 6.2; CU: Lele Hardy 8.5.

Assist leaders - NCSU: Amber White 3.0; CU: Keyrra Gillespie 5.0.

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