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Although Sunday afternoon was North Carolina's Kids Club Day at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center UNC's Sanaz Marand and Sophie Grabinski found their doubles match anything but child's play.
After four hours and 10 minutes of tennis Sophie Grabinski simply bent over — resting her head and body weight on her racket. The defeated expression came after the UNC women's tennis player watched her backhand shot sail into the net — the final point in her singles loss. The play clinched a 4-3 victory for No. 9 Duke in a marathon match against No. 18 North Carolina.
CARY — The North Carolina women's tennis team had no problems Thursday in its 4-0 shutout of Maryland in the first round of the ACC Tournament — unless you count showing up for the match on time. At 3:07 p.m. the entire Maryland team stood on the courts at the Cary Tennis Center already having waited on the Tar Heels for several minutes.
The North Carolina women's tennis team crushed a pair of nonconference foes in its first weekend of team action dropping Gardner-Webb and UNC-Greensboro by identical 7-0 scores. The only drama in Saturday's matches was whether either opponent would be able to capture a single set against the Tar Heels — a feat neither managed to accomplish.
Coach Brian Kalbas could do no wrong Saturday. Anyone he put in the lineup for his team's doubleheader against Gardner-Webb and UNC-Greensboro made him look smart trouncing their foes in two collective routs.
A surprising run for the North Carolina women's tennis team came to an end Saturday against Duke. On Friday sixth-seeded North Carolina toppled No. 11 Clemson the third seed to make the semifinals but the Tar Heels met their match against No. 3 Duke's top talent.
Swimming & diving - UNC swimmer Joe Kinderwater earned first-team All-America honors and set a new UNC record in the 1650-yard freestyle this weekend in the NCAA championships. His time of 14:46.06 placed him eighth overall.
Fresh off a disappointing ITA National Team Indoor Championships the No. 13 North Carolina women's tennis flexed its muscles Thursday against a pair of overmatched foes crushing Davidson and Elon by 7-0 scores.
Field HockeyCOLLEGE PARK Md. — The North Carolina field hockey team saw the second-worst loss in UNC history Saturday falling 7-0 to No. 1 Maryland in a conference battle at the Terrapins' Field Hockey &?Lacrosse Complex.
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.
After defeats that cost the No. 18 North Carolina women's tennis team only its third doubles point in 23 matches this season Laura Reichert and Katrina Tsang bounced their rackets on the court in anger and frustration.
Sanaz Marand's junior year of tennis hadn't exactly been going according to plan. After posting a 23-1 record in dual match play for North Carolina last year Marand's numbers dropped. At 15-7 this season she was in danger of missing the NCAA individual tournament after her singles ranking dropped from as No. 8 last season to a current No. 61 ranking.
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 North Carolina women’s tennis team lost a heartbreaker to Northwestern on Friday in a battle between two of the top-15 teams in the country.
Eight months after surgery to repair her torn ACL, North Carolina senior Shinann Featherston came through with a win Friday against the highest-ranked opponent she’s faced this season.
It’s good to be home. After almost three weeks of road matches, including a trip to Puerto Rico during spring break, that’s exactly how the No. 11 North Carolina women’s tennis team felt. That home-court advantage showed Wednesday with a convincing 6-1 victory against N.C. State.
The No. 11 North Carolina women’s tennis team is on a roll.
The No. 8 North Carolina women’s tennis team is on a roll.
Easter weekend brought long-awaited redemption for the No. 8 North Carolina women’s tennis team in its convincing 4-0 win against No. 31 Florida State and a close, emotional upset in a 4-3 victory against No. 7 Miami.
It was a battle of ACC’s unbeaten on Thursday when the No. 5 North Carolina women’s tennis team traveled to Durham to take on No. 3 Duke. Prior to their showdown, the two teams were tied for first in the ACC. But only one of them could emerge from this match with that ranking, and their unblemished record, still intact.