DURHAM — The opponent — one the North Carolina baseball team had faced almost 300 times dating back to 1895— was familiar. The setting was not.
The baseball players have stepped up and had a successful season so far, despite a rocky start and an injury to one of their starting players.
This past weekend, the UNC rowing team had a strong showing at the Sunshine State Invitational in Sarasota, Florida. Competing against seven other schools, including conference foes Clemson and Miami in the 2,000-meter events, the Tar Heels earned gold in the 3V8 race and placed second in two other fixtures. As the end of the season draws near, the team has a goal of coming in sixth place in this year's ACC Championship - which is certainly a possibility, having beaten both Clemson and Miami in competitions over the weekend.
The North Carolina baseball team had a successful weekend, beating the Miami Hurricanes twice in three tries to give the team it's first series win in Coral Gables since 2008.
After a lacrosse filled childhood, Chris Cloutier put his nose to the grind and made his way to a lacrosse high school power house, making his way from canada to Chapel Hill. After he graduates, Cloutier will leave a legacy full of championships.
It has been a long week for Jordyn Adams: He could either attend UNC, potentially starting in two sports and playing for his father, or forego his eligibility by signing with the MLB team that drafts him.
The North Carolina baseball team will embark on its toughest battle of the season this weekend when it takes on a formidable top-10 opponent in Florida State.
Ingrid Wicker McCree is a successful and inspirational woman in the sports administration field, which is why she was chosen to speak at the Chapel Hill Sports Club meeting.
After getting shut out by Gardner-Webb on March 14 and sporting a modest 9-8 record, Mike Fox issued a challenge to his team.
The North Carolina baseball team picked up its first ACC home-opening series sweep since 2011 with a 13-2 win over Pittsburgh in Sunday’s finale.