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With Clay Donato's doubles contest at match point a hard-flying return came from James Madison's Jared Robinson. Effortlessly Donato calmly stepped forward and whipped a liner perfectly inside the left baseline.
Freshman Luke Mojica had already fulfilled his normal duties of playing the fifth court with a straight-set victory against Kenneth Wong of Georgetown early Friday. But an hour before the second match of a doubleheader his duties increased dramatically.
As deuce after deuce piled up in the fifth game of the third set between North Carolina's Brennan Boyajian and Cal's Jonathan Dahan the players on the court adjacent to them couldn't help but pause for a moment and sneak a glance at the drama.
The No. 2 North Carolina baseball team took one win out of a three-game series with No. 20 Florida State over the weekend. Friday FSU got a walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth to earn a 3-2 win. UNC scored 12 consecutive runs en route to a 12-7 win on Saturday.
Baseball - Dustin Ackley hit two homers on top of four runs as No. 5 North Carolina beat No. 3 Georgia Tech 13-10 in the series finale Sunday in Atlanta. The Tar Heels (24-7 9-5 ACC) took two of three on the weekend with pitcher Alex White allowing two runs in eight innings on Friday — a 4-2 UNC victory.
Men's Tennis | COLLEGE STATION Texas — Though the North Carolina team lost earlier in the NCAA Tournament senior Taylor Fogleman and junior Clay Donato continued play in the doubles' realm.
The NCAA tennis tournaments weren’t televised last spring. So the association, instead of reworking its agreement with ESPN or changing its marketing strategy, decided the tennis championship itself needed a makeover.
Esben Hess-Olesen can book a flight to the Big Apple.
The North Carolina men’s tennis team had a rough outing as the hosts of the Big Jim Russell Memorial Invitational this past weekend in Chapel Hill with a 7-8 singles record and 2-7 doubles record. The inaugural tournament honoring long-time NCAA and ITA tournament official Jim Russell,who recently passed away, featured 24 players representing five schools.
The No. 18 North Carolina men’s tennis team kicked off its spring season Saturday in commanding fashion.
Paving the way for the North Carolina men’s tennis squad’s 2-0 start to the season Saturday was a 22-year-old sophomore from Billund, Denmark, whose English is as fluent as his impressive backhand.
The No. 18 North Carolina men’s tennis team fell short in the championship game of the ITA Kick-Off, losing 4-1 to No. 19 Tennessee on Saturday in Urbana, Ill.
Emotions were palpable Saturday night at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center, shouts and expletives echoing off the walls.
No. 23 North Carolina finished a long doubleheader day at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center Saturday with two team victories and without conceding a single match. The men’s tennis team shut down Navy 4-0 early in the day and then held off James Madison 7-0 later in the evening to cap off a near-12-hour day of tennis. The long day gave the Tar Heels an opportunity to demonstrate their strength and stamina throughout the roster.
For North Carolina men’s tennis players, four wins in one day is an accomplishment to be proud of — but it’s a rare opportunity.
The North Carolina men’s tennis team had its second doubleheader in a row on Sunday.
Though some of the players on the North Carolina men’s tennis team come from across the Atlantic Ocean, they’ve come to call Chapel Hill their second home.
After a four-match winning streak against unranked opponents, the No. 37 North Carolina men’s tennis team finally matched up against significant competition.
At Ohio State, men’s tennis player Nelson Vick didn’t feel he was receiving the playing time his hard work deserved.