Experience can be overrated. In the one-and-done era of college basketball, veteran-laden teams are often viewed as inferior because they lack NBA talent.
With the North Carolina football team losing so many offensive contributors from last season, it had to find a way to add some experience while developing its underclassmen.
Whatever name Mitchell Trubisky goes by won’t matter once he steps onto the field. With just one month until the NFL Draft, the Mitch versus Mitchell debate has taken on a life of its own during Trubisky’s quest to prove he can lead a professional franchise.
While it’s only February, the North Carolina women's lacrosse match against Maryland might have previewed what could happen in the NCAA title game on Memorial Day weekend.
After upsetting rival N.C. State in Chapel Hill earlier this season, the North Carolina women's basketball team looked to do the same in Raleigh on Thursday. But a layup and two 3-pointers from the No. 18 Wolfpack to open the game sent the crowd in Reynolds Coliseum into a frenzy and UNC never recovered.
After trailing 2-1 for the opening nine minutes in its game against High Point, the No. 1 North Carolina women’s lacrosse team closed the half on an 8-1 scoring run and defeated the Panthers by a final score of 16-6.
With a 12-3 lead over Virginia, it looked like the North Carolina wrestling team was finally going to put it all together.
No matter what the North Carolina men's basketball team did, it kept getting worse.
Even with the bright lights and packed crowd, the North Carolina wrestling team couldn’t pull off the upset against No. 9 N.C. State (9-1, 2-0 ACC) in the “Brawl at the Hall.” While the Tar Heels (5-5, 0-2 ACC) were competitive, the Wolfpack still came away from Memorial Hall with a comfortable 19-11 victory.
Despite getting a scare on the road from Boston College, the No. 9 North Carolina men’s basketball team was able to hold off the Eagles and secure a 90-82 victory in Chestnut Hill on Saturday.
The next-man-up strategy had been working for the North Carolina men's tennis team. But it was no match for the talent of the Louisville Cardinals on Friday.
RALEIGH — Sunday night’s series finale between the No. 1 North Carolina baseball team and No. 13 N.C. State has been rained out. The game will not be made up.
North Carolina’s Saturday baseball game against N.C. State looked like a tough matchup from the start.
Kent Emanuel rebounded from his worst game of the season and shut down Duke for all nine innings as the No.
Kent Emanuel kept Clemson’s bats in check despite some control issues, and the No. 1 North Carolina baseball team beat the Tigers 10-3 in Saturday night’s series opener. A crowd of almost 4,000 — by far Boshamer Stadium’s biggest of the season — saw the Tar Heels (24-1, 8-1 ACC) jump out to an 8-1 lead by the third inning.
The Tar Heels played two, and they won two. North Carolina baseball (21-1, 7-1 ACC) beat Boston College (3-17, 0-8 ACC) 5-2 on Saturday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium to complete a sweep of its doubleheader against the reeling Eagles.
North Carolina is trailing No. 3 Duke 42-24 at halftime in its regular-season finale at the Smith Center. James Michael McAdoo leads the Tar Heels with nine points, and Seth Curry is pacing the Blue Devils with 18 points. Any momentum UNC had built up during its six-game winning streak disappeared immediately.
The North Carolina baseball team completed a two-game season-opening sweep of Seton Hall on Sunday, beating the Pirates 17-2. After Saturday’s game was canceled due to snow, No.
Virginia Tech leads North Carolina 32-26 at halftime at the Smith Center. Marcus Paige leads UNC with nine points, all from 3-pointers.
The North Carolina women’s soccer team is tied 1-1 with Penn State at halftime of the women’s College Cup national championship game. No.