Going into the final event of the ACC Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday, the North Carolina men’s team needed a miracle. After a furious comeback, high on momentum, in front of a raucous crowd in Chapel Hill, anything seemed possible.
Senior day typically marks the last time a team will play at home for the rest of a given season. The North Carolina track and field team, however, has an interesting advantage this season — it plays host to the ACC Outdoor Championships next weekend.
It’s been five weeks and a day since the No. 6 North Carolina women’s tennis team dropped a match, but it’s the next two and half weeks that could decide its fate.
After a tough weekend against Virginia and Virginia Tech, the North Carolina men's tennis team faced a road trip this weekend that began at Boston College and ended with a showdown at No. 9 Notre Dame.
All Brayden Schnur needed to get by was a little help from his friends.
Cameron Overstreet is not a prototypical pole-vaulter.
On Friday, the North Carolina men’s tennis team had a chance to go into Columbus, Ohio, and take down senior Nelson Vick’s former school, No. 1 Ohio State, who came into the match with a 181-game home winning streak on the line.
April 5, 2003. That’s the last time the Ohio State men’s tennis team lost a home match.
In her first match since pulling her hip flexor, freshman for the North Carolina women’s tennis team Hayley Carter was in a deep hole.
The North Carolina men’s tennis team had gone 13 days since its last match before sweeping a doubleheader on Saturday against Navy and The Citadel. If there was any rust, it didn’t show.