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Surprise! Wolfpack will host Elizabeth City State on Sunday

Posted by on Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 12:00 PM

N.C. State has announced the scheduling of an additional women’s basketball game.

N.C. State coach Kellie Harper
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  • N.C. State coach Kellie Harper
Faced with a huge hole in the schedule after Fairfield was unable to get to Raleigh for their scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Kellie Harper’s club will host CIAA member Elizabeth City State on Sunday at 2 at Reynolds Coliseum.

Admission will be free to the general public.

NCSU, which last played on Dec. 21 and wouldn’t have played again until its ACC opener against visiting Clemson on Thursday night, is 7-6 and on a three-game winning streak.

ECSU (7-2), which otherwise would not have played between Dec. 21 and its CIAA opener with Livingstone on Thursday night, has won seven straight.

It has also been announced that instead of being outright canceled, the Fairfield game has been simply postponed until further notice and that it is the schools’ intent to make it up later in the season.

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