North Carolina baseball’s game at UNC-Wilmington had dragged on into the 12th inning and into the fifth hour of play.
North Carolina women’s tennis coach Brian Kalbas can sum up what senior Caroline Price means to his program succinctly: Everything.
North Carolina freshman Cassandra Vazquez had only played singles twice heading into Friday’s match between the No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team and No. 12 Virginia, but she stepped up at a critical moment to clinch a 4-3 victory.
After dropping back-to-back games, the No. 18 North Carolina baseball team rebounded to take the weekend series at Georgia Tech behind strong starting pitching and the bat of Korey Dunbar.
On Feb. 7, the No. 5 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team (3-0) completed a feat it hadn’t accomplished in six years.
North Carolina men’s tennis sophomore Jack Murray walked off court two at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center to sparse applause, one unceremonious singles win richer.
In Tarboro, just east of Raleigh, Louisville junior Montrezl Harrell grew up in the backyard of Tobacco Road.
GREENSBORO — North Carolina sophomore forward Emily Bruder walked off the field Friday at UNC-Greensboro’s Soccer Stadium at halftime after 45 minutes of futile attempts to break Virginia’s defense. No matter what, the girl with a team-high five goals in four games, couldn’t find one opening.
Five-star recruit Theo Pinson out of High Point, N.C., made his college decision Wednesday, choosing the Tar Heels over Georgetown, Indiana and Louisville. He also received interest from Duke and NC State, among other schools. He made the decision at his school, Wesleyan Christian Academy, in front of family and friends.
The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament Friday in Urbana, Ill., after a 4-1 win against No. 15 Nebraska.
When the North Carolina women’s tennis team went to sleep early Thursday night in Boston, they were just preparing for a match Friday against Boston College. They woke up alarmed and shocked with the news from their coach, Brian Kalbas, that the hotel was on lockdown.
The No. 1 North Carolina women’s tennis team defeated No. 27 Georgia Tech 4-0 and No. 16 Clemson 4-3 this weekend to raise its record to 19-2 (5-1 ACC). Here are a few notes from the weekend: Facing familiar faces When UNC took on the Yellow Jackets on Friday, sophomore Caroline Price saw some opponents who she’s known for quite some time having grown up in Georgia. “I’ve been playing with the girls in doubles since I was 10 years old,” Price said.
The North Carolina women’s tennis team won the program’s first national title on Monday after defeating No. 2 UCLA 4-3 in the ITA National Team Indoor Championships in Charlottesville, Va. The Daily Tar Heel covered the weekend’s tournament, but there were a few extra storylines worth noting.
Huge. That’s how associate head coach Cary Kolat responded when asked about the 30-6 wrestling win against N.C.