The Wolfpacker

March 2012

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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WE Design Your Tomorrow Your best defense at home and at the game. 919.781.0200 • 800.849.0200 AUTO • HOME • BUSINESS • LIFE & HEALTH SINCE 1924 After scoring in double figures just 10 times during his first three seasons at NC State, Williams has achieved that feat 16 times in 28 outings and was averaging 11.6 points per game this year. PHOTO BY KEN MARTIN games at historic Reynolds Coliseum while growing up. "I don't want to tell her age, but she's [been a fan] for a long time," Williams said. "She has always loved State. She is the type to just say, 'Hey C.J., just stick with it.' There were times during my career where I've been challenged mentally and have gotten to the point where [I thought], 'Is this what I want to do?' They've always told me to stick with it. I'm very glad to have that support." Williams has a ritual involving his family • Comprehensive financial planning and investment advisory services for individuals. • Full service Plan management for Profit Sharing/401k plans. • Consulting for Corporate Retirement Plans and Non-profits. PROUD SUPPORTER OF THE WOLFPACK SINCE 1996 PH: (919)782-7619 3948 BROWNING PLACE, SUITE 200 • RALEIGH, NC 27609 TOLL FREE: (800) 948-6761 E-MAIL: GUARDIAN CAPITAL ADVISORS, LLC SECURITIES OFFERED THROUGH TRIAD ADVISORS, MEMBER FINRA/SIPC AND ADVISORY SERVICES OFFERED THROUGH GUARDIAN CAPITAL ADVISORS, LLC, A REGISTERED INVESTMENT ADVISER. 58 ■ THE WOLFPACKER before each game. "I don't know if anybody knows this, but every game, I always look to see and make sure my family is there," Williams said. "There was actually a game last year where they weren't there until the third or fourth minute mark, and I didn't feel comfortable at all." Wood has enjoyed getting to know Wil- liams' parents over the years and receive their support. "We've been through it all and our fami- lies are real close," Wood said. "It would be nice to send him out on a good note. The first person I get a hug from, even when my mom is here, is from Mrs. Williams. She's the first one to find me. She's been my second mom for me."

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