The North Carolina volleyball team defeated Maryland Eastern Shore, 3-0, on Saturday afternoon, its second sweep in a row after defeating UNC-Greensboro on Friday.
North Carolina started out strong, winning its first set in dominating fashion, 25-13. Junior transfer Skylar Wine led the offense throughout the whole game, while libero Mia Fradenburg helmed a defense that only allowed seven kills in the opening set.
The second set was equally one sided, although the Tar Heels allowed the Hawks to go on a three score rally late to close the gap, before North Carolina won 25-18.
The third set was tightly contested as well and saw the Hawks lead for much of the opening scores. At one point, Maryland Eastern Shore went up on UNC 10-5. The Tar Heels came back, however, eventually tying up the score at 21-21 before closing out the match on a 4-1 run.