Heading down to Rio Grande, Puerto Rico for the Puerto Rico Classic, the North Carolina men’s golf team had high hopes.
Heading into the 500-yard freestyle on Friday night, the North Carolina men’s swimming team needed a spark.
For North Carolina men and women’s swimming and diving head coach Rich DeSelm, defining his senior class is a difficult task.
If it is at all possible to have gymnastics swag, North Carolina senior gymnast and co-captain Michelle Ikoma has it.
After a historic swim in the Saturday morning session at the 2013 Janis Hape Dowd Nike Cup, Saturday night brought about a feeling of deja vu for the North Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.
For the North Carolina men’s cross country team, the ACC Championships could not come soon enough. After a disappointing finish at the Wisconsin Invite two weeks ago, the Tar Heels were looking to get the bad taste out of their mouths.
After a heartfelt Senior Day during the weekend, the team returned to its normal introductions, calling out the squad and starting line-ups. The familiar names echoed over the PA system as the starters took the field, but one name was missing — Charlotte Craddock.
Last season, the North Carolina women’s tennis team had one of the most successful campaigns of any team in recent memory, finishing 28-4 to go along with an ITA National Championship.
Heading into the dual meet versus the Citadel Sunday afternoon, the North Carolina wrestling was prepared to continue moving forward. After a satisfying 24-12 win against Duke earlier in the week, the Tar Heels were looking to build on the performance and have a positive end to the dual meet season.
After watching her team stumble through the first few holes in the second round of the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational Saturday morning, North Carolina women’s golf coach Jan Mann was not too pleased.