North Carolina sophomore Evan Henderson threw his arms in the air, sending the crowd into frenzy.
While half the North Carolina women’s tennis team was playing in New York at the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships, the remaining three players were charged with putting on a good show back in Chapel Hill.
Sophomore Brandon Dalinka took charge on the second day of the Wolfpack Intercollegiate on Saturday, firing a six-under 66 to lead the North Carolina men’s golf team to a commanding win.
With two new players and no head coach to guide them, the North Carolina men’s golf team saw a rough start to their season this weekend.
One week after North Carolina swimmer Stephanie Peacock captured an NCAA title in the mile and led the Tar Heel women to a 19th place finish in the NCAA championship meet, the UNC men took their turn and continued the success in the pool.
The North Carolina women’s lacrosse team came out firing Friday night against Albany at Fetzer Field. After an hour and 15 minute rain delay, the Tar Heels struck quickly with three goals in just two minutes.
North Carolina freshman Dominick Glavich knew he needed to pull out a win. The Virginia men’s swim team had won events 10, 11 and 12 in Saturday’s meet against UNC, and the Tar Heels desperately needed to break the streak.
Although the final scores would reflect otherwise, North Carolina did not swim to its potential Monday against Clemson. The Tar Heel men won 178-118 and the women won 183-104. Both teams are now 5-1 on the season and 4-0 in conference play.
The North Carolina swimming and diving team jumped out to a hot start, winning the first nine events in its wins Saturday against Maryland.
Coming into Saturday’s swim meet against Maryland’s undefeated women’s team, North Carolina swimming coach Rich DeSelm was worried about the stiff competition.