Three national championships, six national semifinals appearances, two national players of the year, over a dozen first-team All-Americans.
To have won all those accolades over the course of the entire history of an athletic program would be considered an impressive accomplishment for almost any university.
Not at the University of North Carolina — that's just what UNC sports brought in last year.
Maybe you missed seeing Austin O'Connor capture the 149-pound NCAA wrestling title back in March, or the women's tennis duo of Makenna Jones and Elizabeth Scotty claim the doubles championship in May. Perhaps you haven't even heard about the UNC field hockey dynasty that has now won back-to-back-to-back championships.
The unfortunate truth is that not many self-proclaimed Tar Heel fans paid heed to the world-class athletes who added to UNC's trophy cases this year, for the simple reason that they weren't on the basketball or football teams.
If you're an incoming student, you may have the preconception that North Carolina is a "basketball school," a label that in no way represents the true nature of UNC athletics.
Trust me, that's just the tip of the iceberg.
If you really wanted to single out one team to define the vast array of varsity sports at UNC, you would want to start by looking at the women's programs.
For too long, the triumphs of women's sports at UNC have gone unacknowledged by the average sports fan.