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Women's Golf Finishes 2nd in South Carolina

Duke overcame a two-shot deficit entering the day to win the event with a team score of 887 (23-over-par).

For the Tar Heels, junior Beth Lever led the way, finishing in 19th place with a 16-over-par 232.

Gymnastics Finishes Fourth in Fla.

The North Carolina gymnastics team finished fourth with a score of 192.275 at the Florida Invitational in Gainesville, Fla. on Saturday

Senior Brooke Wilson finished fourth in the all-around with a score of 39.050. Wilson finished 12th on vault, 12th on balance beam and 12th on floor exercise.

Softball Goes 1-4 in Kia Klassic

The North Carolina softball team fell to No. 2 Arizona 6-1 on Friday evening and 2-0 to seventh-ranked Fresno State Saturday afternoon in the Kia Klassic, hosted by Cal State-Fullerton.

The Tar Heels (17-10-1) finished 1-4 in the tournament, playing five opponents ranked among the nation's top 11 teams.

Rowing Has Successful Spring Training

The novice squad remained undefeated and the varsity squad continued to show improvement as the North Carolina women's rowing team competed on Indian Creek in Miami Beach, Fla., on Friday.

The racing -- against Central Florida, Miami, Navy and Syracuse -- came at the end of a week of spring training in Florida for the UNC team.

In Friday's action, the novice four rowed to an open-water win and the novice eight won both of its races.

Women's Tennis Improves to 9-2

No. 16 North Carolina, playing its second match in three days, defeated South Florida 6-1 in women's tennis action on Thursday.

The Tar Heels (9-2) won all three doubles matches against South Florida and won five of the six singles matches, dropping just one set overall.

South Florida's only point came when UNC's Marlene Mejia retired with a pulled muscle.

Men's Golf Places Second

The North Carolina men's golf team finished the final round of the Seminole Intercollegiate Golf Tournament on Wednesday in second place.

The Tar Heels combined for a two-over-par 290 in the final round, completing the tournament, which Virginia won, at 875 (11-under par).

Tar Heel Rob Simmons finished tied for second place with a 213 three round total (three-under par). UNC's Dustin Bray finished fourth after shooting at 215.

Men's Tennis Splits vs. Texas Foes

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Rice rallied from a 3-1 deficit and overcame two match points to defeat North Carolina 4-3 in men's tennis last Monday in Houston.

In its other match in the past week, UNC (4-5) lost at Texas on March 10 by a score of 5-2.

Wrestling Falls at NCAA Finals

The North Carolina wrestling squad struggled at the NCAAs. Corey Bell and JohnMark Bentley led the Tar Heels, but did not make it to the final day of competition.