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The North Carolina baseball team put together its second straight win on Wednesday, defeating unranked VCU 8-3. Following a 1-2 weekend at the Cambria College Classic in Minnesota, head coach Mike Fox applauded his team’s effort to perform after coming off such a trying stretch.
The No. 7 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team (4-0) continued its impressive start to the season with a standout 17-10 win over No. 15 Johns Hopkins (1-2) on Saturday at Homewood Field.
The UNC women’s golf team took on a field of 16 schools in Melbourne, Fla. at the Moon Golf Invitational starting on Monday and finishing Tuesday. Their first tournament of 2020 saw the Tar Heels finish in a tie for fourth place overall, with a team score of 867 and one player finishing in the top 10.
The No. 8 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team has cruised through its early stretch of games this season, defeating its first three opponents by a combined 37 goals.
It seems that the preseason ranking of the North Carolina softball team, especially in the conference, left a bitter taste in head coach Donna Papa’s mouth. But since then, the Tar Heels’ strong start hasn’t gone unnoticed.
The No. 1 ranked North Carolina women’s lacrosse team took on No. 17 James Madison University on Saturday in the first game of the regular season. The Tar Heels defeated the Dukes 15-7.
The UNC women’s lacrosse team suited up and took Dorrance Field for the first time in the 2020 season for an exhibition match against Elon on Saturday. The Tar Heels rolled to victory with a final score of 20-3 — a score that nearly mirrored the 20-2 win they had over the Phoenix in the early stages of last year's regular season.
The UNC women's basketball team won 76-46 over Elon University in Carmichael Arena last Friday. But the 30-point victory wasn't all smooth sailing for the Tar Heels.
Even before the opening tip, it was clear that the North Carolina women’s basketball team already held a significant advantage over its opponent: size.
Heading into its season opener against Notre Dame Wednesday night, the North Carolina men’s basketball team has a number of question marks, including an injury bug and a lack of experience in its starting lineup.
As the North Carolina women’s basketball team prepares for its first game of the year on Thursday against Western Carolina, it’s time to wonder: how will the team fare following tumultuous change after last season?
The UNC men’s soccer team dropped yet another game on Tuesday night, losing to Appalachian State 1-0. This was the Tar Heels sixth loss of the season and fifth straight game without a victory.
The No. 21 UNC men’s soccer team fell to unranked Louisville 1-0 on the Tar Heels’ senior night. This was the fourth game in a row North Carolina has gone without a win.
The No. 21 North Carolina men’s soccer team continued its recent struggles on Tuesday night at Campbell University, tying the unranked Camels 1-1 in double overtime after a grueling 110 minutes of play.
The No. 1 North Carolina field hockey team made its way up to New York and defeated No. 14 Syracuse 3-1 on a cold, rainy Saturday at J.S. Coyne Field.
Marissa Creatore’s first-half goal, which gave the No. 1 Tar Heels a 1-0 lead against rival No. 2 Duke on Friday, was no doubt a special moment in her field hockey career.
The No. 1 North Carolina field hockey team defeated No. 2 Duke, 2-0, at a packed Karen Shelton Stadium on Oct. 4. The win preserved the Tar Heels undefeated record and marks their 33rd consecutive win.
Following a close 3-2 loss to then-unranked Duke last week, the No. 20 North Carolina men’s soccer team bounced back to defeat UNCW in a 2-0 win on Tuesday night behind the offensive effort of senior midfielder Jelani Pieters.
After a seventh-place finish at the Rod Myers Invitational last week, the North Carolina men’s golf team looked to bounce back this past weekend at the Olympia Fields Fighting Illini Invitational. The Tar Heels finished fourth overall in the 16-team tournament thanks to solid final rounds from a couple of UNC’s key players.
The No. 1 North Carolina field hockey team defeated Penn in shutout fashion on Sunday, beating the Quakers 6-0 at Karen Shelton Stadium to close out the ACC-Ivy League Conference Crossover. It was the Tar Heels' 27th straight win dating back to last season.