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Hot shooting propels the Wolfpack Women past NC Central, 108-70

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: MAR 08 ACC Women’s Tournament - Florida State v NC State Photo by William Howard/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

NC Central kindly filled the void left when Radford couldn’t make its scheduled trip to Raleigh, and for that favor the Eagles were greeted by an NC State team playing to the peak of its ability at the offensive end. The Wolfpack posted the second-best shooting percentage in school history (.683) on the way to a 108-70 victory.


Four Factors NC State Central
Four Factors NC State Central
eFG% 75.0 46.3
TO% 23.2 20.8
OR% 36.4 20.0
FTR 38.3 17.6

Pace and Efficiency

Central 70 82 85.4 131.7
NC State 108 82 131.7 85.4

The Wolfpack absolutely dominated the paint, shooting over 78% on twos, led by Elissa Cunane’s 6-6 shooting performance. Cunane scored 17 points to lead the team despite playing only 20 minutes. The game was over after the first quarter with the Pack holding a 32-11 lead, and Wes Moore was able to spread the minutes across the roster. Nobody played more than 25 minutes.

Six State players scored in double figures: all five starters, plus Raina Perez, who scored 15 on 6-7 shooting off the bench. The graduate transfer point guard was outstanding and the offense came easy, as it did for just about everybody in a State uniform.

Next up for the Wolfpack is a road trip to No. 1 South Carolina on Thursday—that’ll be a heck of an early litmus test.