On Saturday, after the dedication of Karen Shelton Stadium earlier that morning, the No.1 Tar Heels defeated No.16 Wake Forest, 5-1 to improve to 12-0 on the team's annual Vs. Cancer game.
UNC field hockey head coach Karen Shelton will be permanently honored by having the Carolina Field Hockey Stadium renamed after her.
Despite UNC's women's golf team being one of the few North Carolina teams able to play this week, their tournament was still affected as Hurricane Florence looms.
The North Carolina women's golf team hopes that a combination of fresh faces and old blood can help them make it to the NCAA Championship after failing to qualify last season.
The No. 2 North Carolina field hockey team defeated No. 10 Princeton, 1-0, on Friday, remaining undefeated for the season.
“I think this game was a really good baseline and we can only go up from here,” said junior forward Megan DuVernois. “We just have to keep building our confidence and our team chemistry."
“It's actually been a little weird being able to play in Chapel Hill,” said Goetz. “I had a surreal moment. I looked up midway through practice and was like ‘Oh my gosh, I’m not in Durham. I don’t have to ride home after this.’"
Two current North Carolina field hockey players were chosen to join the U.S. Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup team, which will compete in London from July 21 to August 5.
Five members of the North Carolina Track & Field team competed at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship, in Eugene, Oregon and four of them walked away with All-America honors.
The North Carolina men’s golf team finished 15th in the NCAA Championship on Monday, its highest finish since 2003. However, the team failed to advance to the quarterfinals match play, ending its spring season after four rounds of play.