The North Carolina men's basketball defeated Gonzaga 71-65 in the NCAA National Championship to claim the title only a year after losing to Villanova in the title game.
The North Carolina men's basketball team defeated Oregon 77-76 in a Final Four matchup. The Tar Heels will play the Gonzaga Bull Dogs for the National Championship on Monday night, a year after losing to Villanova.
The North Carolina men's basketball team defeated Kentucky 75-73 in their Elite Eight matchup in Memphis on Sunday. Forward Luke Maye (32) hit a game winning shot to give the Tar Heels a two-point lead with 0.3 seconds remaining. The team will travel to Phoenix and face the Oregon Ducks in the Final Four on Saturday.
Like a proud father ready to brag about his children, John Swofford had a lot to talk about as the Atlantic Coast Conference kicked off its football media day in Charlotte on Thursday.
North Carolina senior forwards Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks will have a chance to continue their careers at the next level after being passed on in Thursday night’s NBA Draft.
Former UNC athletes seeking compensation from the university for its long-running academic fraud suffered another loss Tuesday.
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.
The North Carolina men’s tennis team — with its 4-1 win over South Carolina Saturday afternoon — is Sweet 16-bound for the fourth year in a row.
In one of the loudest and most intense matches of the year, the Tar Heels did not break.
The North Carolina women’s tennis team (33-3, 13-1 ACC) and Stanford (26-2, 10-0 PAC 12) entered Sunday’s match ready for a battle.
After just over four hours of competing at the Lindsey Hopkins Indoor Courts in Athens, Georgia, Stanford proved to have more magic left in its tank, as the Tar Heels fell for the third and final time in the NCAA quarterfinals, 4-2.
Kenny Selmon runs the fourth-fastest 400-meter hurdle time in the world this year at ACC Championships
Kenny Selmon is a junior hurdler for the North Carolina track and field team who won his first ACC championship over the weekend in Atlanta, Ga. His 48.76 in the 400-meter hurdles is an NCAA No. 1 mark and ranks No. 2 in the United States and No. 4 in the world this season.
Selmon spoke with staff writer James Tatter about the significance of his title, the nerves of running in front of his hometown crowd, his future ambitions in the event and his text to UNC 400-meter hurdles record-holder Ken Harnden after his race.
It was the summer of 2013, and Ezra Baeli-Wang wasn’t doing anything.
It has not been an easy year for the North Carolina swimming and diving team. Earlier this season the Tar Heels fell to Duke for the first time in head coach Rich DeSelm’s 10-year UNC career.
The UNC gymnastics team competed in the NCAA regionals against Florida (197.125), Georgia (196.775), Missouri (196.100), Penn State, (195.325) and New Hampshire (194.175). The Tar Heels placed fifth out of the six teams with a final score of 194.425.