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My life was forever changed on a cold winter’s day in January 2015. I had just gotten home from swim practice and checked my phone as I walked through the back door. After setting my bags down, I opened Facebook and saw that three of my friends from high school were posting about getting into the University of North Carolina.
As the opposing batters walked up to home plate and got into position, they looked across the field and all they saw was Carolina Blue.
The North Carolina softball team (20-13, 9-4 ACC) defeated Virginia (16-19, 5-8) on Saturday, 8-0, after piling on four runs in the fifth inning to put the game away by mercy rule.
Facing high winds and heavy rain in the final round, the North Carolina men’s golf team tied for second place along with Louisville in the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational. Tennessee won the tournament.
The North Carolina softball team (10-8, 1-0) defeated Duke (9-13, 0-1), 4-2, on Friday afternoon. This gives the Tar Heels a one game lead in their series against Duke and their first conference win of the season.
Walking onto the court to face off against any opponent can be nerve-wracking, but the North Carolina women’s tennis team has a tactic to calm down early on in the match. The strategy is simple: always win the doubles point.
The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team beat Michigan, 5-2, on Sunday.
The No. 7 North Carolina baseball team defeated North Carolina A&T, 2-1, on Tuesday afternoon. The victory moved the Tar Heels up to 22 straight home wins — extending the longest winning streak in the country.
It’s UNC-Duke week, what more needs to be said?
On Thursday evening, the North Carolina women’s basketball team (15-11, 6-6 ACC) was humbled in a road matchup with Pittsburgh (10-16, 1-11 ACC), losing by a score of 91-78. Porous defense and an inability to mount a comeback in the game's final minutes led to a major blow to the Tar Heels' NCAA Tournament hopes.
The North Carolina baseball team will compete in its season opener against Xavier on Friday afternoon. The Tar Heels have the opportunity to begin their fight back to Omaha, where they were eliminated by Oregon State in the College World Series last season.
Starting its season in Mexico, the North Carolina softball team (2-2, 0-0) competed in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge and split four games against Baylor (3-1), Washington (3-1), BYU (1-3) and South Carolina (3-2).
Following a 15th place finish in last season’s NCAA Championship, the North Carolina men’s golf team looks forward to starting the spring season on Monday. Here’s a look at what’s to come.
The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team defeated East Carolina on Wednesday, with a score of 7-0. Competing in Chapel Hill at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center, UNC continued its undefeated season and junior Alexa Graham continued playing with the same energy that led her to win a USTA Women’s National Open Championship in December.
In the first meet of the 2019 track and field season, North Carolina pole vaulter Anna Eaton was happy to be back. Her performance reflected that.
Maine drowned the North Carolina women's basketball team (5-4) in a barrage of 3-pointers Sunday. The Black Bears scored 48 of their points from beyond the arc on the way to an 85-73 win.
The undefeated North Carolina wrestling team participated in the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational on Friday and Saturday, with three Tar Heels making it to the podiums.
The University of North Carolina just won its 44th national championship in school history on Nov. 18, and this time it was in field hockey.
On Sunday in Chapel Hill, Joe Sagula finally reached a milestone he had been chasing for 10 games.
For Kate Morris, soccer is a way of life.