Last Saturday night I went behind enemy lines at Krzyzewskiville, the tent village outside of Cameron Indoor Stadium, for the final night of tenting.
Mike Fox has won 582 games in his 13 seasons as head baseball coach at North Carolina, but he’d never mention a single one to his players.
At the age of 16, Luis Somoano immigrated to the United States as a political refugee from Cuba.
After two and a half months of waiting, North Carolina finally has a new men’s soccer coach. On Monday, the University tapped interim coach Carlos Somoano as the fifth head coach in program history.
Carlos Somoano will be the next head coach at the University of North Carolina, athletic director Dick Baddour announced today.
The No. 13 North Carolina baseball team returned home Tuesday evening stuck in a rut after a demoralizing three-game sweep at the hands of N.C.
It was a comedy of errors for the North Carolina baseball team Saturday night at N.C. State’s Doak Field, but UNC coach Mike Fox wasn’t even remotely amused by the proceedings. Two batters after his team committed the third of its three errors in the seventh inning of what would be a stomach-churning 8-7 loss, Fox sauntered onto the field toward home plate umpire A.J. Lostaglio.
During the first two games of its home series against Duke, the No. 12 North Carolina baseball team fell behind early, but managed to respond with big innings late in the game. The third time, it seemed, would do them harm.
If Chris Munnelly was a little shaky during the first of three scoreless innings Wednesday against High Point, it might have been the scheduling change.
The Daily Tar Heel’s assistant sports editor Aaron Taube spent one night at Duke University’s Krzyzewskiville to find out why some Duke students chose to camp out for tickets to this year’s North Carolina vs. Duke game at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Tonight’s game is shaping up to be quite the match between the Marquette Golden Eagles and UNC’s Tar Heels. Here are our predictions: Backcourt The matchup between UNC shooting guard Dexter Strickland and Marquette’s leading scorer Darius Johnson-Odom could be crucial. Strickland was able to hold prolific Washington guard Isaiah Thomas II to 33-percent shooting, but DJO has been too much to handle lately. Edge: Marquette Frontcourt The Marquette frontcourt is led by small forward Jimmy Butler, who ranked in the top 20 of the Big East in scoring, rebounding and steals. But UNC has Harrison Barnes to match him and a pair of All-ACC big men. Expect Mssrs. Zeller and Henson to get their grown men on. Edge: UNC Click through to see our final score prediction.
The athletic department announced this morning that it will be promoting Amy Herman to associate director of athletics for compliance, effective Feb. 1.
Four seniors from the North Carolina men’s soccer team parlayed their run to the NCAA semifinals into professional careers Thursday. Defenders Jalil Anibaba and Eddie Ababio were selected in the first round of the three-round MLS SuperDraft, while midfielders Stephen McCarthy and Michael Farfan were selected in the second.
After being suspended for this coming season due to academic reasons, North Carolina sophomore outfielder Brian Goodwin has decided to transfer to Miami Dade College, a community college in Miami, Fla., team spokesman Dave Schmidt confirmed.
The North Carolina men’s soccer team opened its 2010 campaign at Fetzer Field just as it concluded the 2009 season in the NCAA semifinals in Cary — with a loss to the Akron Zips. Though No. 1 Akron needed penalty kicks to defeat the Tar Heels in last year’s College Cup, tonight’s result was not left in doubt nearly as long, as the Zips coasted to a 3-0 victory.
The North Carolina men’s soccer team trails No. 1 Akron 2-0 at the half at Fetzer Field. The No. 4 Tar Heels have played well in the midfield and have developed a few scoring chances. They’re outshooting Akron 6-3, and have four shots on goal.
Although college basketball season is still three months away, roundball junkies will be pleased to hear that ESPN has announced the schedule for its third-annual College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon, which will take place this year on Nov. 16. The marathon will begin at midnight when Memphis hosts Miami and continue for 25.5 consecutive hours of live college basketball to be televised on ESPN, ESPN 2 and ESPN U.