The North Carolina gymnastics team fell to No. 3 Florida 194.300-197.325 in its home opener in Carmichael on Friday night.
All it took was one quarter for North Carolina. The UNC women’s basketball team won its fourth straight game Wednesday night, defeating Marshall 75-53 at Carmichael Arena.
The No. 15 North Carolina women’s soccer team picked up another conference win, defeating Syracuse 3-1 on Sunday.
The North Carolina women’s soccer team was defeated by Notre Dame, 1-0, on Friday night at Alumni Stadium.
The No. 15 North Carolina women's soccer team defeated the Miami Hurricanes, 3-1, on Thursday at Fetzer Field.
The No. 16 North Carolina faced No. 7 Virginia on Sunday in an ACC matchup that was crucial for a Tar Heel team coming off a grueling matchup against Clemson. And much like they did against the Tigers, UNC came away with a 1-1 draw.
As the No. 3 North Carolina field hockey team traveled north to take on No. 18 Boston College and No. 20 Maine, one player had even more motivation.
Sophomore Morgan Lane outscored eleven gymnasts to capture first place on the balance beam, but the most important competitor she beat was herself.
It was a night of firsts and lasts. With multiple season-high scores and one career best, the North Carolina gymnastics team showed its ability to continue to improve throughout the season in a 193.550-191.225 loss to Rutgers.