Honoring a Leader on Her Retirement
For nine years, Debbie Yow has strengthened the foundation of NC State sports. In addition to stronger finishes in competition and increased success in the classroom, the program, supported by many donors, has enjoyed several facilities openings and upgrades during Yow's time as athletics director.
Corrigan Introduced as New Athletics Director
After leading the athletics program at the U.S. Military Academy for eight years, Boo Corrigan will become NC State's next director of athletics. Helped by private support from thousands of Wolfpack Club members, Corrigan will lead an program that includes 23 teams, revenue of about $86 million and more than 200 full-time employees.
Arena at Reynolds Coliseum to Be Named for Legendary NC State Men’s Basketball Coach Jim Valvano
Historic William Neal Reynolds Coliseum will now share its name with another icon of NC State Athletics, as former men’s basketball head coach Jim Valvano will join Hall of Fame women’s basketball coach Kay Yow in being recognized at the famed venue. At a ceremony on December 5 prior to NC State’s Heritage Game, James. T. Valvano Arena will be formally dedicated to the legendary coach who guided the Wolfpack to the 1983 national championship.
Strength in the Pack: A Pictorial Look Back at the 2017-18 Season
NC State Athletics enjoyed a historic year in 2017-18, including a first-ever Top 25 national ranking in the Learfield Directors' Cup at No. 15 and a best-ever graduation success rate. Thousands of donors to the Wolfpack Club helped NC State Athletics make "Wolfpack Unlimited: Refuse to Accept the Status Quo" a reality.
A Legacy of Leadership
From serving as chair of the NC State Foundation Board to establishing planned gifts to benefit Poole College of Management and the Wolfpack Club, Charlie Stallings is passionate about giving back to NC State.
Cassius Williams Honored with 2018 Godwin Red Torch Award
NC State alumnus Cassius Williams has been recognized for his long record of voluntarism and support of the university with the 2018 Jerry and Elizabeth Godwin Red Torch Award, given annually in appreciation of individuals or families that have volunteered with leadership, dedication and distinction to advance the university and to further the foundation’s mission.
A Family Tradition
Since getting married their sophomore year at NC State, Henry Lamb and Linda McClay have stayed loyal to the Pack, raising four Wolfpackers and giving back to support the institution.
Filling the Opportunity Gap
Susan Colby loves NC State University. She loves supporting and guiding students, too.
Randy and Tiffany Ramsey are turning their personal success into the single largest athletics endowment gift in Wolfpack Club history, and the single largest gift to the Equine Sports Medicine Program in the College of Veterinary Medicine.