The Wolfpacker

September 2018

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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76 ■ THE WOLFPACKER return after racing in six meets a year ago. "For so many of them, last year was their first real experience at this level," Henes said. "They'll learn a lot with that experience." Henes is also hopeful for potential con- tributions from sophomore Julia Zachgo and redshirt sophomore Anna Vess. Zachgo Greensboro Raleigh Fayetteville Rocky Mount 336-996-6060 919-782-8785 910-483-5975 252-442-1175 The Wolfpack's dealer for the award-winning Hino Truck F I N A N C I A L G R O U P 3110 Edwards Mill Road, Suite 340 • Raleigh, NC 27612 919.861.8212 • WE SEE FINANCIAL BLIND SPOTS. DO YOU? Advisory Services offered through Olde Raleigh Financial Group, a Member of Advisory Services Network, LLC. Website: Phone: 770.352.0449. Securities offered through Calton & Associates, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. 2701 North Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607. Advisory Services Network, LLC and Calton & Associates, Inc. are separate and unrelated entities. Registered representatives of Calton & Associates, Inc. may only conduct business with residents of the states and/or jurisdictions for which they are properly registered. Therefore, a response to a request for information may be delayed. Please note that not all of the investments and services mentioned are available in every states. Runners To Watch Redshirt sophomore Dominique Clairmonte In her first season in cross country, Clairmonte was NC State's top finisher in three meets, in- cluding the ACC Championships and the NCAA Southeast Regional. Clairmonte is a former Ohio state champ in cross country while running at Lexington High. Junior Elly Henes The winner of The Wolfpacker's Female Athlete of the Year for 2017-18 followed up a stellar sophomore season in cross country by being named the 2018 ACC Women's Indoor Track Performer of the Year and earning All-America status in the indoor and outdoor 5,000 meters. Henes is a local product from Green Hope High in Cary. Junior Beth Taye The Silver Spring, Md., native saved her best for last, running a personal best time in the 6K at the NCAA Championships and finishing second best on the team. She was also an All-Regional performer. Redshirt sophomore Dominique Clairmonte (right) was named the ACC Cross Country Freshman of the Week three times last fall. PHOTO COURTESY NC STATE MEDIA RELATIONS

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