All they needed was one inning. The No. 13 North Carolina baseball team scored five of their eight runs in the first inning during the Tar Heels' 8-1 win over High Point on a chilly Tuesday night in Boshamer Stadium.
Maybe they were just waiting to hit 1,000. Heading into the bottom of the fifth inning of the North Carolina baseball team’s 10-2 victory over Davidson on Tuesday night, the Tar Heels had failed to scratch through a single run — extending their scoreless streak to 14 innings, dating back to Friday's win against Georgia Tech.
When Eli Sutherland led off the bottom of the seventh inning for the North Carolina baseball team Wednesday afternoon, the Winthrop Eagles led the Tar Heels 5-3.
With 7:59 remaining in the second quarter Sunday afternoon in Carmichael Arena, the North Carolina women’s basketball team led N.C. State by a score of 33-16.
Harrison Lancaster scored 10 points during his junior season of high school basketball. Not 10 points per game, 10 points. For the entire season.
It took 33 minutes and 58 seconds for Sylvia Hatchell to erupt.
After losing its first two games of the season by a combined three points, the North Carolina women’s basketball team was in no mood for another close contest on Tuesday night in Carmichael Arena.
Zach Wright was everywhere for the No. 2 North Carolina men’s soccer team on Saturday night against Duke.
One second remained.
Friday was a night of firsts for the No. 5 North Carolina men’s soccer team. The first game for seven freshmen, the first chance to try and replace UNC’s top four scorers from a year ago, the first game of the new season, and the first victory of the 2015 campaign.
Despite his team’s straight-sets victory against George Washington Friday night in the first game of the Carolina Classic, North Carolina volleyball coach Joe Sagula knew his squad had a lot to improve on. He also knew that the James Madison Dukes would provide more of a threat to UNC’s undefeated record in an early afternoon affair at Carmichael arena.