The North Carolina women's tennis team defeats the University of Miami to capture the ACC Championship
The UNC women's tennis team defeated the University of Miami 4-2 to capture the ACC Championship on Sunday in Cary.
The North Carolina Tar Heels defeated William & Mary 17-2 Wednesday evening at Boshamer Stadium.
The 2016 Rammy Awards were held in Memorial Hall on Monday.
Wednesday evening brought both an exciting and emotional game at Anderson Softball Stadium. Coming off a series win on senior weekend, many members of the North Carolina softball team would play their final game at home against Campbell.
For some Tar Heel alumni living in Washington, D.C., there's always another Blue Cup.
GREENSBORO — Jamie Cherry has nothing left to give.
After an 18-2 start to the season, the North Carolina baseball team entered its final two games of April with a 6-11 record this month.
It may have been Kristen Brown’s last game at Anderson Softball Stadium on Wednesday, but the senior shortstop for the North Carolina softball team isn’t finished just yet.
With 10 conference championship teams from the 2015 outdoor season and 11 conference championship teams from the 2016 indoor season, the Virginia Challenge featured elite competition all around.
Just like that, it was over.
After securing a fourth consecutive ACC regular-season title on Friday, the North Carolina women's tennis team carried a 27-game conference win streak into Sunday’s match against Georgia Tech.
The North Carolina women’s golf team looked for consistency at the Bryan National Collegiate tournament in Brown Summit, N.C., this weekend.
Despite being the top seed in the ACC Tournament, the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s spot in the NCAA Tournament was shrouded in doubt.
The North Carolina women’s lacrosse team mounted two furious comebacks, survived a miracle last-second goal from Syracuse that sent the game to overtime, killed a two-man down penalty at the start of the overtime period and ended up coming out on top 15-14 to win the ACC title inside Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va. on Sunday.
On Saturday, the No. 18 North Carolina men’s swimming and diving team wrapped up their season with a 26th place finish in the 2016 NCAA Division I Championships.
This weekend, sophomore sabre Meredith Bozentka and first-year sabre Matthew Garrelick represented the North Carolina fencing team at the NCAA Tournament at Brandeis University.
It seems as though injuries have defined the North Carolina gymnastics’ team’s season.