It seems as though injuries have defined the North Carolina gymnastics’ team’s season.
Gymnastics is a sport of little things. Small point deductions. Tiny wobbles. Toes stepping outside the lines.
It may have been playing the same opponent, but nothing in No. 2 North Carolina’s ACC semi-final match-up against Syracuse resembled its fast-paced, high-scoring regular season win.
Buying in and believing — that’s what it takes to win, according to varsity eight coxswain Kylee Wooten.
Just like any other team needs a full game of good competition, a gymnastics team needs consistency and poise throughout an entire meet to bring home a victory.
Under overcast skies and 33-degree weather, the bundled crowd at Navy Field on Saturday was cold. But the No. 4 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s attack certainly wasn’t.
In gymnastics, every point counts.
The North Carolina volleyball team — No. 7 in the country and No. 1 in the ACC — has a target on its back.
If there was one thing that could match the energy of the 4,610-person crowd in Carmichael Arena during the No. 8 North Carolina volleyball team's 3-1 win over No. 3 Florida State (24-2, 12-2 ACC), it was Paige Neuenfeldt.