The North Carolina softball team went 1-3 over the weekend in the Carolina Classic tournament, splitting a pair of games with Harvard and losing to Kansas and Elon. The team left the tournament with a record of 7-13 on the season.
The North Carolina women's tennis team refocus and regroup after losing several doubles games early on to come out on top.
“You just don’t know how hard it is for me to sit over there and take it whenever we’re not rebounding and whenever we’re not playing like we’re used to,” said head coach Sylvia Hatchell.
The No. 3 North Carolina men’s tennis (2-0) defeated Wofford, 4-0, on Saturday for its second win of the day.
Football is dead. Long live basketball. It may seem unlikely, but American football’s reign as the nation’s premier sport is coming to an end. It has gone the way of the bullfight: a barbaric thrill ride that won’t be able to survive. The evidence that shows the longer you play the sport, the more likely you are to develop serious brain injuries.
Four North Carolina fencing team members participated in the North American Cup this weekend, a series of fencing tournaments that included both men’s and women’s Division I Foil, Sabre and Epee events.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team extended its win streak to five after an assertive victory over Presbyterian College that saw the Tar Heels score a season-high 91 points and make a season-high 12 shots from behind the arc.
Paris Kea could have been the name in everyone’s mouths after scoring 31 points, one short of her career high, to go along with a career-high 11 assists for an excellent performance against Southern Alabama. Perhaps it should have been Janelle Bailey, whose efficient inside scoring kept North Carolina afloat on a night when many of its normal shots weren’t falling.
Members of the North Carolina men’s tennis team competed in the Wake Forest Invitational this past weekend.
All new beginnings have rough patches, as well as signs of promise. This was the case for Janelle Bailey and Jaelynn Murray.