RJ Davis couldn't wait to call his parents.
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RJ Davis couldn't wait to call his parents.
Behind a career-high 42-point game from senior guard RJ Davis, the No. 9 North Carolina basketball team (22-7, 15-3 ACC) beat the Miami Hurricanes (15-15, 6-13 ACC), 75-71, Monday night at the Dean E. Smith Center.
Most teams need a little bit of glue. No, not the glue that’s used to keep the soles of Little League cleats from falling apart or that preschoolers use to create their Thanksgiving hand turkeys.
In its first home loss of the season, the No. 3 North Carolina men's basketball team (18-5, 10-2) was bested by the Clemson Tigers (15-7, 5-6 ACC), 80-76, Tuesday night at the Dean E. Smith Center.
The North Carolina men’s ice hockey team (18-5-1) beat the N.C. State Ice Pack (16-13), 3-2, in overtime at PNC Arena after a delay in last Friday’s game.The Tar Heel hockey team relied heavily on goaltender Lucas Brown early in the first period, as the Ice Pack was able to populate the UNC zone. The Tar Heels struggled to transition through the neutral zone and shied away from being aggressive toward the loose puck.The Ice Pack struck first on a power play after Tar Heel senior captain Henry Foster was charged with a minor penalty on an elbowing call. With two minutes left in the first period, N.C. State found the back of the net again off the stick of first-year Nick Shook. During the physical first period, UNC was outshot by the Ice Pack 12-7 as they headed into the first intermission.Things got chippy as Tar Heel Cuan Doig and Jackson Cowen of N.C. State both received minor penalties for roughing, leaving both teams down a skater.To add insult to injury, another minor penalty was added to N.C. State, leaving them with four skaters. Head coach Adam Duada opted to pull Brown to give the Tar Heels an extra skater. The penalties kept accumulating, with sophomore Patrick O’Shaughnessy receiving one for tripping, giving N.C. State another power play opportunity. The Tar Heel defense, led by Foster, was able to fend off the potential Ice Pack surge, killing the penalty.
In the players’ lounge postgame after the UNC men’s basketball victory over Wake Forest, Harrison Ingram pointed to white scars on his left forearm, elbow and cheek.
Behind a strong 15-point performance by graduate forward Jae'Lyn Withers, the No. 4 North Carolina (14-3, ACC 6-0) men’s basketball team beat the Louisville Cardinals (6-11, ACC 1-5), 86-70, on Wednesday night at the Dean E. Smith Center.
North Carolina senior linebacker Cedric Gray announced has declared for the 2024 NFL draft and will opt out of participation in the Duke’s Mayo bowl, as announced via Instagram and X on Monday evening.
All roads lead to Charlotte.
After a layup with seven minutes left in the second half, junior forward Harrison Ingram turned away from the basket, walked a few feet and roared.
Behind a second-half comeback and 22-point run, the No. 17 UNC men’s basketball team (6-1, 1-0 ACC) defeated Florida State (4-3, 0-1 ACC), 78-70, in its first ACC matchup of the season on Saturday afternoon at the Dean E. Smith Center.
The UNC club ice hockey team (11-5-1) hammered the Maryland Terrapins (9-9), 5-0, at the Orange County Sportsplex on Saturday night.
Seth Trimble closed his eyes.
UNC sophomore quarterback Drake Maye wasn’t alive the last time the Tar Heels beat the Clemson Tigers in Death Valley.
The North Carolina men’s basketball team (2-0) stayed in the win column with a victory over Lehigh University (0-3), 90-68, at the Dean E. Smith Center on Sunday afternoon.
On Saturday, the No. 24 Tar Heels (7-2, 3-2 ACC) will take on the Blue Devils (6-3, 3-2 ACC) in Kenan Stadium for UNC's senior day and homecoming game. Although North Carolina has won the past four matchups, it's safe to say that neither team is taking a game with such huge conference implications lightly.
The North Carolina men’s basketball team (1-0) opened its season with a win over Radford (0-1), 86-70, at the Dean E. Smith Center on Monday night, securing head coach Hubert Davis' 50th win as a head coach.
Walking into the postgame press conference wearing slides and sporting a nonchalant expression, one might have thought it was just an ordinary game for Omarion Hampton.
The North Carolina football team (7-2, 3-2 ACC) decimated the Campbell Fighting Camels (4-5, 3-3 CAA), 59-7, at Kenan Stadium on a sunny Saturday afternoon. It was the first-ever meeting of Campbell and UNC.
Unacceptable, awful and disastrous — all these words have been used by the UNC football coaching staff to characterize the team's defensive play in its 46-42 loss to Georgia Tech.