Thanks to balanced scoring and steady interior defense, the North Carolina women’s basketball team won its fifth game in a row, defeating Presbyterian, 91-56, on Tuesday night at Carmichael Arena.
The first time my father apologized for forcing me to follow his fandom was Sept. 30, 2007.
On his first shot, everything seemed back to normal for Joel Berry II. One minute and 39 seconds into the No. 9 North Carolina men’s basketball team’s 93-81 win over Bucknell, Berry caught a swing pass from Theo Pinson and fired off his first shot since being named the Final Four Most Outstanding Player in Glendale, Ariz., in early April. Nothing but net. But Berry’s first made field goal since April would also be his last of the night. The senior guard shot just 1-11 from the field, tallying only eight points as he made his first appearance of the season after missing the Tar Heels’ (2-0) season opener against Northern Iowa due to a broken right hand.
When first-year Tony Bradley decided to enter the NBA Draft in May, he left the North Carolina men's basketball team with a gaping hole in its frontcourt.
The North Carolina volleyball team closed out a perfect weekend on Sunday afternoon, sweeping Syracuse (25-23, 25-16, 26-24) at Carmichael Arena.
Both the North Carolina Cross Country men’s and women’s teams finished 11th at the ACC Championships in Louisville, Ky., as two Tar Heels earned All-ACC honors for the women’s team.
There was no mistaking the frustration in Larry Fedora’s voice. For the sixth time in seven games this season, the head coach stood in front of the media trying to explain or make sense of his North Carolina football team’s loss.
The No. 5 North Carolina women’s soccer team maintained its perfect ACC record on Sunday evening, winning 2-0 at No. 15 Wake Forest.
In a season where the North Carolina football team’s injury report is nearly long enough to field a complete team, it’s only natural for production to fall off.
CARY — Through a combination of high-pressing defense and transitional offense, the No. 7 North Carolina men's soccer team maintained its momentum on Tuesday night, defeating George Washington, 4-1.