2009–10 NC State Wolfpack men's basketball team

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2009–10 NC State Wolfpack men's basketball
North Carolina State University Athletic logo.svg
Glenn Wilkes Classic Champions
NIT, Second Round
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
2009–10 record 20–16 (5–11 ACC)
Head coach Sidney Lowe
Assistant coach Monte Towe
Assistant coach Larry Harris
Assistant coach Pete Strickland
Home arena RBC Center
Seasons
« 2008–09 2010–11 »
2009–10 ACC men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#3 Duke 13 3   .813     35 5   .875
#20 Maryland 13 3   .813     24 9   .727
Florida State 10 6   .625     22 10   .688
Virginia Tech 10 6   .625     25 9   .735
Wake Forest 9 7   .563     20 10   .667
Clemson 9 7   .563     21 11   .656
Georgia Tech 7 9   .438     23 13   .639
Boston College 6 10   .375     15 16   .484
Virginia 5 11   .313     15 16   .484
North Carolina 5 11   .313     20 17   .541
NC State 5 11   .313     20 16   .556
Miami (FL) 4 12   .250     20 13   .606
ACC Tournament winner
As of March 19, 2010; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2009–10 NC State Wolfpack men's basketball team represented NC State University in the 2009–10 men's college basketball season. The team was coached by Sidney Lowe and played its home games at the RBC Center in Raleigh, NC. The Wolfpack is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The 2009–10 season marked the 100th season of Wolfpack men's basketball.[1] NC State finished the season 20–16 (5–11 in ACC play). The team advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2010 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament before losing to Georgia Tech. They were invited to the 2010 National Invitation Tournament and advanced to the second round before being defeated by UAB.

2009–10 Roster[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed.

No. Position Player
1 United States F Richard Howell
4 Germany G Enrico Kufuor
5 United States F DeShawn Painter
10 Puerto Rico G Javier Gonzalez
12 United States G Farnold Degand
14 Australia C Jordan Vandenberg
15 United States G/F Scott Wood
21 United States F C. J. Williams
22 United States F Josh Davis
23 United States F Tracy Smith
24 United States G Julius Mays
25 United States F Kendall Smith
30 United States F Johnny Thomas
31 United States F Dennis Horner
40 United States F Kaycee Obi-Gwacham

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2009–10 Schedule[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
Exhibition
Thu, Nov 5*
7:00pm
St. Paul's College W 84–42 
Reynolds Coliseum
Raleigh, NC
Regular Season
Thu, Nov 12*
7:00pm
Georgia State W 69–53  1–0
RBC Center (9,502)
Raleigh, NC
Fri, Nov 20*
3:30pm
vs. Akron
Glenn Wilkes Classic
W 66–45  2–0
Ocean Center (416)
Daytona Beach, FL
Sat, Nov 21*
8:15pm
vs. Austin Peay
Glenn Wilkes Classic
W 66–59  3–0
Ocean Center (457)
Daytona Beach, FL
Sun, Nov 22*
8:15pm
vs. Auburn
Glenn Wilkes Classic
W 60–58  4–0
Ocean Center (616)
Daytona Beach, FL
Sun, Nov 29*
2:00pm
New Orleans W 69–52  5–0
RBC Center (11,027)
Raleigh, NC
Tue, Dec 1*
7:00pm, ESPNU
Northwestern
ACC – Big Ten Challenge
L 53–65  5–1
RBC Center (11,913)
Raleigh, NC
Sat, Dec 5*
3:00pm
at Marquette W 77–73  6–1
Bradley Center (15,803)
Milwaukee, WI
Sat, Dec 12*
2:00pm
Georgia Southern W 75–57  7–1
Reynolds Coliseum (4,297)
Raleigh, NC
Thu, Dec 17*
7:00pm
Elon W 79–76  8–1
RBC Center (12,892)
Raleigh, NC
Sun, Dec 20
7:45pm, FSN
at Wake Forest L 59–67  8–2
(0-1)
LJVM Coliseum (14,255)
Winston–Salem, NC
Wed, Dec 23*
10:30pm, FSN
at Arizona L 74–76  8–3
McKale Center (12,809)
Tucson, AZ
Tue, Dec 29*
7:00pm
Winthrop W 68–52  9–3
RBC Center (13,233)
Raleigh, NC
Thu, Dec 31*
6:00pm, FSN
at UNC Greensboro W 89–67  10–3
Greensboro Coliseum (5,072)
Greensboro, NC
Sun, Jan 3*
3:00pm, FSN
Florida L 61–62 OT 10–4
RBC Center (17,207)
Raleigh, NC
Wed, Jan 6*
7:00pm
Holy Cross W 87–70  11–4
RBC Center (10,205)
Raleigh, NC
Sat, Jan 9
12:00pm, Raycom
Virginia L 62–70  11–5
(0-2)
RBC Center (16,289)
Raleigh, NC
Tue, Jan 12
7:00pm, FSN
at #25 Florida State W 88–81  12–5
(1-2)
Donald L. Tucker Center (9,709)
Tallahassee, FL
Sat, Jan 16
12:00pm, Raycom
#24 Clemson L 70–73  12–6
(1–3)
RBC Center (17,984)
Raleigh, NC
Wed, Jan 20
9:00pm, Raycom
#7 Duke W 88–74  13–6
(2–3)
RBC Center (18,925)
Raleigh, NC
Sat, Jan 23
6:00pm, ESPN2
at Maryland L 64–88  13–7
(2–4)
Comcast Center (17,950)
College Park, MD
Tue, Jan 26
9:00pm, Raycom
North Carolina
NC State – North Carolina Rivalry
L 63–77  13–8
(2–5)
RBC Center (19,700)
Raleigh, NC
Sat, Jan 30*
2:00pm
North Carolina Central W 77–42  14–8
RBC Center (2,217)
Raleigh, NC
Wed, Feb 3
7:00pm, ESPNU
at Virginia L 47–59  14–9
(2–6)
John Paul Jones Arena (10,092)
Charlottesville, VA
Sat, Feb 6
4:00pm, Raycom
at #21 Georgia Tech L 71–73  14–10
(2–7)
Alexander Memorial Coliseum (8,760)
Atlanta, GA
Wed, Feb 10
9:00pm, ESPNU
Virginia Tech L 52–72  14–11
(2–8)
RBC Center (14,024)
Raleigh, NC
Sat, Feb 13
4:00pm, ESPN
at North Carolina
NC State – North Carolina Rivalry
L 61–74  14–12
(2–9)
Dean Smith Center (19,786)
Chapel Hill, NC
Wed, Feb 17
9:00pm, FSN
Maryland L 58–67  14–13
(2–10)
RBC Center (14,288)
Raleigh, NC
Sat, Feb 20
2:00pm, Raycom
#23 Wake Forest W 68–54  15–13
(3–10)
RBC Center (15,324)
Raleigh, NC
Sat, Feb 27
4:00pm, Raycom
at Miami (FL) W 71–66  16–13
(4–10)
BankUnited Center (4,358)
Coral Gables, FL
Wed, Mar 3
7:00pm, Raycom
at Virginia Tech L 59–71  16–14
(4–11)
Cassell Coliseum (9,847)
Blacksburg, VA
Sun, Mar 7
2:00pm, Raycom
Boston College W 66–54  17–14
(5–11)
RBC Center (15,104)
Raleigh, NC
ACC Tournament
Thu, Mar 11
9:00pm, Raycom
vs. Clemson
First Round
W 59–57  18–14
Greensboro Coliseum (23,381)
Greensboro, NC
Fri, Mar 12
9:00pm, Raycom/ESPN
vs. Florida State
Quarterfinals
W 58–52  19–14
Greensboro Coliseum (23,318)
Greensboro, NC
Sat, Mar 13
3:30pm, Raycom/ESPN
vs. Georgia Tech
Semifinals
L 54–57  19–15
Greensboro Coliseum (23,381)
Greensboro, NC
National Invitation Tournament
Tue, Mar 16*
8:00pm, ESPNU
at South Florida
First Round
W 58–57  20–15
USF Sun Dome (3,502)
Tampa, FL
Sat, Mar 20*
5:00pm, ESPNU
at UAB
Second Round
L 52–72  20–16
Bartow Arena (4,096)
Birmingham, AL
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Wolfpack Opens 100th Basketball Season
  2. ^ [2] 2009–2010 Roster
  3. ^ [3] 2009–2010 Schedule

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