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North Carolina advances in ACC Tournament with 16-15 win over Syracuse

No. 18 North Carolina (7-7) shot out to a massive lead in the semifinals of the ACC tournament over top ACC seed and No. 1 ranked Syracuse (11-2). After a furious comeback by the Orange, UNC hung on for a dramatic 16-15 win to keep their season alive and advance to the ACC championship game.

What happened?

With their season on the line, the fourth-seed Tar Heels shot out of the gates with an aggressive offensive front.

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Wrestlers face added pressures to cut weight

Wrestlers face added pressures to cut weight

NCAA regulations and improving attitudes among coaches have made wrestling safer, but problems persist with cutting weight. Studies have found that male wrestlers have a higher risk of developing eating disorders than other men the same age.




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North Carolina men's tennis falls in ACC Tournament

The No. 12 North Carolina men’s tennis team lost, 4-3, to No. 3 Virginia on Saturday, in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, after defeating No. 32 Florida State, 4-1, in the quarterfinals the day before, at the Rome Tennis Center in Rome, Georgia.

The Cavaliers (27-1) have been a thorn in the side of the Tar Heels (24-4) this season, with Virginia winning all three matchups, the last two by 4-3 scores.


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UNC track and field performs well in split meet

North Carolina sent athletes to the Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville, VA and to the Duke Invitational in Durham, NC over the weekend.


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