The top-ranked North Carolina women’s tennis team breezed past Clemson on Sunday, winning its sixth straight contest, 7-0.
The No.1 North Carolina women’s tennis team faced off against Louisville on Sunday and defeated the Cardinals 6-1 in Bass-Rudd Tennis Complex.
The No. 5 North Carolina Men’s tennis team fell to No. 1 Wake Forest in front of a large crowd at Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center on Wednesday. The Tar Heels were defeated 4-3 in a match that came down to the third set on Court Three.
For the second year in a row, the No. 6 Georgia Tech women’s tennis team came into the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center and downed No. 1 North Carolina.
UNC women's tennis has played four top-10 teams in 12 games this season. It beat every single one of them.
The North Carolina gymnastics team competed in its second quad meet of the season on Saturday night and finished third with a score of 196.050. The Tar Heels ended well ahead of Brown (192.450) and slightly behind Michigan (196.775) and N.C. State (196.575).
The North Carolina gymnastics team faced off against the reigning national champions on Sunday. The Tar Heels fell to the No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners, 198.15 to 195.75.
Before this season, the North Carolina women’s tennis team had to reshape its identity.
The North Carolina swimming and diving teams traveled to Charlottesville, Va.,to take on Virginia on Saturday. Both the men’s and women’s teams were defeated by the Cavaliers. The No. 21 UNC women were dominated by No. 8 Virginia, losing, 196-104. The UNC men lost to No. 23 Virginia, 192.5-101.5.
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