The third-quarter woes continued for the North Carolina women’s basketball team Sunday afternoon in Tallahassee, Fla., as the Tar Heels lost 94-63 at the hands of No. 10 Florida State.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team has had trouble finishing in the second half all season.
For a bit, it looked like it would be the same old story for the North Carolina women's basketball team (14-12, 4-7 ACC). But led by dynamic first-year guard Stephanie Watts, the Tar Heels held on in the second half for a 71-67 win.
For the second time this season, the North Carolina women's basketball team had to play without Coach Sylvia Hatchell.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team had lost six consecutive games before its Thursday matchup with No. 13 Louisville, which was riding a 14-game winning streak.
Coming off a six-game skid, the North Carolina women’s basketball team did not start on the right foot Thursday evening.
Twenty-one chairs sat to the left of the scorers' table inside Broughton High School on Sunday afternoon.
Without its emotional leader, the North Carolina women's basketball team crumbled.
UNC women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell will serve a one-game suspension issued by UNC and a one-game suspension issued by the NCAA, according to a news release.
It took 33 minutes and 58 seconds for Sylvia Hatchell to erupt.
First-year guard Stephanie Watts recorded her fifth foul, sending her out of the game with over a minute left in the fourth quarter. Despite her early exit from Thursday's contest at Wake Forest, she had lived up to the high standards she has set for herself this season.
This season hasn’t gone the way Coach Sylvia Hatchell planned, but the play of North Carolina first-year Stephanie Watts has surpassed all expectations.
As North Carolina fell to No. 21 Miami, Xylina McDaniel watched from the sideline.
The North Carolina’s women’s basketball team's inexperience was prevalent in its Thursday night loss to Georgia Tech.
In a flash, it was all gone.
Before its game against No. 3 Notre Dame, its toughest opponent of the season so far, the young North Carolina women's basketball team did not know what to expect. And in the confusion, the Tar Heels broke their six-game winning streak with an 88-54 loss to the Fighting Irish in South Bend, Ind.
Before the North Carolina women’s basketball team had even put a point on the scoreboard, it had committed four turnovers against Syracuse's press defense and had spotted the Orange 10 points.
From the opening tip on Sunday, the North Carolina women’s basketball made it clear it would not be denied a win in its ACC opener.
With 3:41 left in Sunday's game, the North Carolina women's basketball team trailed Southern Miss for the first time since the first half.