When the North Carolina field hockey team takes on Michigan in its season opener Saturday, UNC will face more than the Wolverines. They’ll also be competing against the pressure that comes with the Tar Heels’ potential.
Severe weather and strong winds wreaked havoc at Saturday’s event, causing several stoppages and sending some of the events indoors. Despite Mother Nature’s best efforts, the Tar Heels were able to avoid the rain puddles and claim seven victories during the day.
Many of UNC’s top performers will not participate in this weekend’s meet in order to rest up for the upcoming ACC Outdoor Championships in Durham. “I know this might sound strange, but we don’t really want anybody to have a really big performance this weekend,” coach Dennis Craddock said.
The North Carolina women’s tennis team will put its nine-game winning streak on the line this weekend as the Tar Heels take on Virginia and Virginia Tech in two crucial ACC matches. The No.
GREENSBORO – After playing four games in four days, the UNC women’s basketball team simply didn’t have enough left in the tank down the stretch against Duke, losing 81-66 in the ACC Tournament championship game.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team outlasted a physical Florida State team to win 78-65 in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament.
GREENSBORO — The North Carolina women’s basketball team put one foot on the road toward a record 10th ACC title in style Thursday, defeating Clemson 78-64 in the first round of the ACC Tournament.
At last week’s GaREAT Invitational, freshman Sandi Morris set the UNC school record in the pole vault with a jump of 13-5 3/4. At Saturday’s Dick Taylor-UNC Invitational, with jumps of 13-8 and 13-10, Morris broke her own school record not once, but twice. In doing so, Morris took first place in the pole vault competition.