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The first half of 2019 has been an exciting time for North Carolina women's soccer.
This summer was one of the wildest in recent NBA memory, and multiple former North Carolina basketball players played a part. Thus far, six former Tar Heels have signed new deals in NBA free agency, and four of those players joined new teams.
The Charlotte Hornets have not eclipsed 50 wins in a season since 1998.
The U.S. Women's National Team defeated the Netherlands 2-0 on Sunday to earn back-to-back World Cup titles – thanks in part to the efforts of five former Tar Heels.
After a half hour fielding questions from a group of high school and college journalists, Garrison Brooks decided to stick around.
Time to crack open a cold one.
Chris Miltenberg is the new director of track and field and cross country at North Carolina, the athletic department announced in a Thursday press release. Miltenberg held the same position at Stanford for the past seven years.
One day after the 2019 NBA Draft, Luke Maye and Kenny Williams have found homes in the professional ranks.
Imagine that before the 2018-19 season, I told you that not one, but two UNC men’s basketball players would find themselves as lottery picks in the next year’s NBA Draft.
The Daily Tar Heel's sports editor Ryan Wilcox recently sat down with Anson Dorrance, the legendary head coach of the North Carolina women’s soccer team. In part two of the Q&A (click here for part one), Dorrance talks about his experience coaching the U.S. women's national team, his predictions for former Tar Heels in the World Cup, and more. Answers have been edited for brevity and clarity:
Despite a less-than-ideal finish – an upset loss to Auburn in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament – there were still plenty of bright spots for the North Carolina men's basketball team in 2018-19.
When it came to my first year in Chapel Hill, I was one of the lucky ones.
The Daily Tar Heel's sports editor Ryan Wilcox recently sat down with Anson Dorrance, the legendary head coach of the North Carolina women’s soccer team. In part one of the Q&A, Dorrance discusses the new edition of his 2002 book, "Vision of a Champion: Advice And Inspiration From The World's Most Successful Women's Soccer Coach", co-written with Gloria Averbuch, and how to build a culture of competitiveness in women’s sports. Answers have been edited for brevity and clarity:
Next season, North Carolina's track and field and cross country teams will have a new head coach.
"The last day," head coach Mike Fox said, "is always sad."
A disastrous start against Auburn (38-26, 14-16 SEC) in Game 3 of the Chapel Hill Super Regional led to a season-ending 14-7 loss for the North Carolina baseball team (46-19, 17-13 ACC) on Monday.
Game 2 of the Chapel Hill Super Regional on Sunday started off much like Game 1 did.
Thanks to a strong first inning and a pair of stellar performances on the mound, the North Carolina baseball team (46-18, 17-13 ACC) edged Auburn (37-26, 14-16 SEC) 2-0 on Sunday, tying the best-of-three Chapel Hill Super Regional of the NCAA tournament.