For the first time in the history of the event, the North Carolina track and field teams swept the Dick Taylor Carolina Cup in Chapel Hill on Friday and earned two team championships.
Facing N.C. State, Duke and East Carolina, the Tar Heels proved their strength in numbers with multiple first-place finishes.
For the women, first-year jumper Nicole Greene came in first overall in the women's high jump with a clearance of 1.81 meters — which ranks fourth in the nation this season. Junior Emily Godwin took second in the event at 1.78 meters, matching her personal best.
First-year Katlin Sherman and sophomore Natisha Dixon placed first overall in the women's 200-meter dash and the women's 60-meter hurdles, respectively. Sherman's time of 24.24 and Dixon's time of 8.42 rank first in the ACC.
The UNC women capped the event with a first-place finish in the women's 4x400-meter relay. The team of Cierra Dunston, Kristin Hall, Jewel Christian and Dixon earned five team points, giving the Tar Heels' 60 overall.