Another home match, another win.
When Jalek Felton, the 6-foot-3 playmaking nephew of farmer Tar Heel standout Raymond Felton, committed to play for the North Carolina men's basketball team in December 2014 as a sophomore in high school, he had to endure a long wait for his college career to begin.
After missing nearly seven weeks with a concussion, Mia Fradenburg would be forgiven if there was an element of rust to her game.
Whatever adjective could be used to describe North Carolina’s 52-point loss to Virginia Tech from a week ago, this was not that.
CARY — Taking corner kicks normally is not one of her jobs, but as the final seconds of the second half ticked off the clock, Jessie Scarpa was the closest to the ball.
North Carolina’s football fortunes have changed drastically since the last time the Tar Heels played in Blacksburg, Va.
CARY — The guy who hadn’t appeared in a game for two weeks won the match for the North Carolina men’s soccer team on Tuesday, as the fourth-ranked Tar Heels defeated Old Dominion, 2-1.
The stage was significantly bigger for the North Carolina volleyball team Friday night. But there was no stage fright shown by the Tar Heels.
Myles Dorn’s career day wasn’t enough.
The last time it took the field, the North Carolina women’s soccer team found the back of the net seven times in a thrashing of Syracuse, the most goals the team had scored in an ACC contest since 1999.