Charlise Dunn was on a tear.
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Charlise Dunn was on a tear.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The Blue Devils’ first goal never came. But when the buzzer sounded, the Tar Heels’ 26th ACC title did.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — With a 2-0 win over No. 3 Duke (16-4, 5-1) Friday night, the No. 2 North Carolina field hockey team (14-3, 5-1 ACC) captured its seventh consecutive ACC Championship and 26th overall in program history. The Tar Heels’ defense came up with three consecutive game-defining stops on penalty corners in the third quarter that typified the Tar Heels’ lock-tight defense on the night.
How do you get a group of 15 highly competitive athletes to come together as a team and bond in just a few months? You let them compete against each other.
The UNC men’s basketball team lost nine of its 13 scholarship players after last season.
On Sunday, the No. 2 North Carolina field hockey team (8-1, 2-0 ACC) knocked off No. 13 Saint Joseph’s (9-3, 3-0 Atlantic 10) on the road, 4-1. Sophomore midfielder Sietske Brüning's goal with no time left to end the first half proved to be the most vital play of the game, as it lifted the Tar Heels to a 2-1 lead.
Welcome to a new season of Hark The Pod from The Daily Tar Heel! Sports editor Shelby Swanson, assistant sports editors Daniel Wei and Gwen Peace, sports managing editor Lucas Thomae and sports staff writer Ben McCormick discuss Drake Maye's performance during the UNC football season opener and talk predictions for the upcoming game against App State. Listen now to get your weekly dose of UNC sports updates and banter.
The North Carolina football team will welcome fans back to Kenan Stadium on Saturday as it hosts Appalachian State in its home opener.
When Mack Brown took the podium at the 2023 ACC Kickoff in Charlotte, he made one thing clear about UNC’s schedule:
If you've ever wished that you had a dollar for every time you predicted that UNC was going to win or lose, you might be in luck.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Early last season, a negative feeling arose around UNC football’s defense.
It’s no secret that UNC men’s basketball fell short of expectations last season. It’s also widely known that the Tar Heels were the first preseason AP No.1 team to miss the NCAA Tournament.
“The timeline of players has sped up dramatically,” UNC men’s basketball head coach Hubert Davis said.
As the men's and women's basketball teams navigate recruiting and the transfer portal heading into next season, here is a look at how the rosters are shaping up.
On Thursday night, the No. 6 seeded North Carolina softball team (26-28, 13-11 ACC) fell to the No. 3 seeded and No. 10 nationally ranked Clemson Tigers (46-8, 19-6 ACC), 2-1, in the 2023 ACC Tournament, hosted by Notre Dame at Melissa Cook Stadium.
The No. 6 North Carolina women’s lacrosse team (14-3, 8-2 ACC) defeated the No. 2 Syracuse Orange (16-2, 8-2) 15-9 at American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., on Friday afternoon, sending the Tar Heels to the ACC championship game.
It can feel like the whole world is caving in when the nerves kick in and the knot in your stomach tightens, when you feel the piercing gaze of the crowd, when you start to shake, sweat and stumble, when your knees start to buckle and your heart begins to beat faster and faster.
The No. 3 North Carolina women’s lacrosse team (9-1, 5-0 ACC) defeated the No. 22 Clemson Tigers (9-4, 1-4), 17-8, at Dorrance Field in Chapel Hill on Sunday afternoon.
DURHAM, N.C. - The No. 14 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team (4-3, 1-1 ACC) fell to the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils (7-1, 2-0), 15-8, at Koskinen Stadium in Durham on Friday evening.
The No. 12 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team (3-2, 1-0 ACC) fell to the Denver Pioneers (3-2), 9-8, at Dorrance Field Saturday morning.