NC State Wolfpack softball

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NC State Wolfpack softball
North Carolina State University Athletic logo.svg
Founded2004
University North Carolina State University
Head coach Jennifer Patrick-Swift (2nd season)
Conference ACC
Location Raleigh, NC
Home stadium Curtis & Jacqueline Dail Softball Stadium
Nickname Wolfpack
ColorsRed and White [1]
         
NCAA Super Regional appearances
2015
NCAA Tournament appearances
2006, 2007, 2013, 2014, 2015
Conference Tournament championships
2006, 2013
Conference championships
2006

The NC State Wolfpack softball team represents North Carolina State University in NCAA Division I college softball. The team participates in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Wolfpack are currently led by head coach Jennifer Patrick-Swift. The team plays its home games at Curtis & Jacqueline Dail Softball Stadium located on the university's campus.

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History

Coaching history

YearsCoachRecord%
2004-2012Lisa Navas
2013-2018Shawn Rychcik
2019–Present Jennifer Patrick-Swift 31-27.534

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Year-by-year results

SeasonTeamOverallConferenceStandingPostseason
Lisa Navas(Atlantic Coast Conference)(2004–2012)
2004Lisa Navas32-273-75th
2005Lisa Navas41-257-74th
2006Lisa Navas50-2114-61st NCAA Regional
2007Lisa Navas42-2115-62nd NCAA Regional
2008Lisa Navas31-278-135th
2009Lisa Navas23-255-136th
2010Lisa Navas28-279-125th
2011Lisa Navas26-237-126th
2012Lisa Navas23-315-157th
Lisa Navas:296–227 (.566)73–91 (.445)
Shawn Rychcik(Atlantic Coast Conference)(2013–2018)
2013Shawn Rychcik35-20-113-72nd NCAA Regional
2014Shawn Rychcik36-1816-84th NCAA Regional
2015Shawn Rychcik38-2213-85th NCAA Super Regional
2016Shawn Rychcik23-336-1811th
2017Shawn Rychcik18-3810-147th
2018Shawn Rychcik23-315-186th (Atlantic)
Shawn Rychcik:173–162–1 (.516)63–73 (.463)
Jennifer Patrick-Swift (Atlantic Coast Conference)(2019–Present)
2019 Jennifer Patrick-Swift31-279-154th (Atlantic)
2020 Jennifer Patrick-Swift
Jennifer Patrick-Swift:31–27 (.534)9–15 (.375)
Total:500–416–1 (.546)

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Championships

Conference Championships

SeasonConferenceRecordHead Coach
2006 Atlantic Coast Conference 14-6Lisa Navas

Conference Tournament Championships

YearConferenceTournament LocationHead Coach
2006 Atlantic Coast Conference Chapel Hill, NC Lisa Navas
2013 Atlantic Coast Conference Tallahassee, FL Shawn Rychcik

Coaching staff

NamePosition coachedConsecutive season at
NC State in current position
Jennifer Patrick-Swift Head coach 2nd
Patrick SwiftAssistant Coach2nd
Chelsea WilkinsonAssistant Coach2nd
Monica TaylorDirector of Operations2nd
Reference: [3]

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References

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