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North Carolina softball loses to Arizona State after giving up five runs in first

The start was bright. But after the top of the first inning, things went downhill fast for the North Carolina softball in its first NCAA Tournament game on Friday in Oxford, Miss. UNC lost to Arizona State, 9-3, as its pitching staff struggled against Sun Devil hitters while its offense went cold after showing some promise early on.

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Three-star recruit Chris Collins commits to North Carolina football

Three-star recruit Chris Collins commits to North Carolina football

The North Carolina football team welcomed another player to its 2018 recruiting class in three-star Chris Collins.

"First, I would like to thank God for giving me the ability to play the sport that I love ..." Collins said on Twitter. "I am extremely grateful for all of the college coaches that have offered me an opportunity to play at the next level."

"With that being said I have decided to further my academic and athletic career at the University of North Carolina!!"


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West Charlotte honors alumnus and NCAA champion Kennedy Meeks

West Charlotte honors alumnus and NCAA champion Kennedy Meeks

CHARLOTTE — Nowadays, he’s an urban legend.

Kids in the neighborhood ask for his autograph. They wear his jerseys. They want to be like him.

But in 2010, Kennedy Meeks was just a West Charlotte High School first-year trying to get through try-outs like the rest of the team.




Swimming & Diving

West Charlotte honors alumnus and NCAA champion Kennedy Meeks

West Charlotte honors alumnus and NCAA champion Kennedy Meeks

CHARLOTTE — Nowadays, he’s an urban legend.

Kids in the neighborhood ask for his autograph. They wear his jerseys. They want to be like him.

But in 2010, Kennedy Meeks was just a West Charlotte High School first-year trying to get through try-outs like the rest of the team.




Field Hockey

West Charlotte honors alumnus and NCAA champion Kennedy Meeks

West Charlotte honors alumnus and NCAA champion Kennedy Meeks

CHARLOTTE — Nowadays, he’s an urban legend.

Kids in the neighborhood ask for his autograph. They wear his jerseys. They want to be like him.

But in 2010, Kennedy Meeks was just a West Charlotte High School first-year trying to get through try-outs like the rest of the team.





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