Efficiency was the name of the game.
Efficiency was the name of the game.
The North Carolina women’s golf team finished ninth in the NCAA San Francisco Regional on Wednesday, failing to advance to the NCAA Championships and ending its spring season.
“I’m competitive and I want to win, right?” Aney said. “Does your opponent want to see you chucking your racket into the back fence, or does your opponent want to see you looking like you’re in a good mood, looking like you’re loving life?”
The No. 4 North Carolina baseball team fell to Coastal Carolina, 5-2, in Conway, S.C., on Wednesday night, snapping a nine-game win streak.
The No. 4 North Carolina baseball team defeated Richmond, 6-2, on Tuesday night to win its ninth consecutive game as closer Josh Hiatt returned to the mound from his indefinite suspension.
After losing just one conference match in the regular season, the No. 6 North Carolina men's tennis team swept through the 2018 ACC men's tennis player awards on its way into postseason play.
For the third year in a row, the North Carolina women’s tennis team claimed the ACC Championship.
“It’s definitely something I’ve always dreamt about,” Jamie Ortega said. “Of course, I’m always nervous, but my team trusts me with the ball and I just always show them that they can look up to me. They give me the opportunities and I just take them.”
The North Carolina baseball team continued its hot play over the weekend, marching to Raleigh and sweeping N.C. State in a three-game series for the first time since 2006 to take sole possession of first place in the ACC.
CARY — It wasn’t the fairytale ending they were hoping for.
This past weekend, the North Carolina softball team (28-25, 15-8 ACC) split a two-game affair in New York against Syracuse (28-19, 9-12 ACC) in its final conference series of the regular season.
In its last regular-season meet of the season, the North Carolina track and field teams performed well and racked up a number of notable individual performances.
They came in together as two wide-eyed first-years and now will leave the North Carolina football team having accomplished every young football player's dream — hearing their names called in the 2018 NFL Draft.
CARY — Kids were running around the tennis park as a sea of light blue and garnet flanked the concrete steps next to the courts.
The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team defeated No. 4 Georgia Tech in a regular season rematch, defeating the Yellow Jackets 4-3 to advance to the ACC Championship match. Earlier this season, Georgia Tech handed UNC just its second loss of the season.
It was a record-breaking day for the North Carolina women's lacrosse team in its 21-12 victory over Syracuse on Thursday night.
The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team faced off against Wake Forest in its first match of the ACC Championship after a double-bye. The No. 3 seeded Tar Heels defeated No. 11 seed Wake Forest 4-1.
“This deception and manipulation is not exclusively in Russia," said Canadian law professor Richard McLaren. "It’s a problem we all have throughout the world. Corruption is in our society at all levels, so we’ll also find it in sports. "Sport is, after all, just a microcosm of society at large.”
As UNC golf team member, William Register, heads into his final collegiate NCAA Tournament, he reflects on his golf career and how it all began. Growing up in a family that valued sports, he learned to love the game of golf from his older brother, and has never stopped since.
In the summer of 2012 in Boca Raton, Fla., 14-year-old Alexa Graham ran into Jessie Aney, one of the other seven girls she was with in her dorm at a USTA camp. Their fast friendship later transformed into one of the strongest women's collegiate tennis duos.