DURHAM — After an unexpected loss that eliminated the North Carolina baseball team from contention in the ACC Championship, many questions linger about the team moving forward.
DURHAM — The No. 1 seeded North Carolina baseball team dropped the ACC Championship opening game against No. 12 seed Pittsburgh, 5-4, in a well-fought game that eliminated the Tar Heels from contention in the conference tournament.
In a back and forth battle, the Tar Heels advanced with a 19-14 win to their third final four in four years and seventh in the last 10 years. With redshirt first-year Taylor Moreno in goal and a balanced offensive attack, the Wildcats couldn't keep up.
The North Carolina track and field teams had a long three days of competition at the ACC Championships in Coral Gables, Fla.
The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team did not disappoint on Saturday afternoon, posting a dominant 4-0 victory against a solid Mississippi State team in the second round of the NCAA Championship.
On Friday and Saturday, the North Carolina track and field teams split the weekend’s events in the Virginia Challenge, held in Charlottesville, and the Duke Invitational, held in Durham.
After falling to No. 2 Boston College on Saturday, the North Carolina women's lacrosse team knew it needed to bounce back. With No. 17 Virginia Tech coming into town, it was a chance for the No. 5 Tar Heels to take down a quality opponent.
The North Carolina softball team (5-10) snapped an eight-game losing streak in its 5-0 win over Hampton on Wednesday afternoon.
The No. 8 North Carolina women’s lacrosse team narrowly defeated No. 1 Maryland, 16-15, in overtime on Saturday afternoon in Kenan Stadium.