N.C. State’s disappointments in its annual Hoops 4 Hope women’s basketball games continued on Sunday.
Sydney Wallace rang up 26 points while Tyaunna Marshall chipped in 22, leading Georgia Tech to a 79-70 win over the Wolfpack at Reynolds Coliseum.
The victory, which avenged a 78-66 loss to the Wolfpack two weeks ago, improved the Yellow Jackets to 11-14 and 4-10 in the ACC.
It was State’s third straight loss in the Hoops 4 Hope game, played in memory of its late Coach Kay Yow and to raise breast cancer awareness.
State (13-13, 5-9) got a career-high 30 points from Myisha Goodwin-Coleman, who was 9-for-14 outside the 3-point line.
Georgia Tech also got 11 points from freshman Aaliyah Whiteside, while classmate Roddreka Rogers had a season-high 16 rebounds.