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Sunday June 26th

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Hubert Davis speaks at a press conference on June 15, 2022 at the Smith Center.

Reviewing the senior seasons of UNC men's basketball’s incoming recruiting class

North Carolina head coach Hubert Davis Davis’ ability as a recruiter will be tested in the upcoming season as his first recruiting class steps foot in the Dean E. Smith Center.  According to 247 Sports, the four-man 2022 recruiting class is ranked 15th in the country and third in the conference behind Duke and Virginia.  Seth Trimble, Tyler Nickel, Jalen Washington and Will Shaver will arrive in Chapel Hill looking to provide more depth to last season’s shallow bench rotation.

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Leaders from N.C. A&T and UNC-Chapel Hill present Looking Forward awards at an event on N.C. A&T’s campus on June 9, 2022. Photo courtesy of UNC Media Relations.

Winning research teams in collaborative program between UNC and N.C. A&T announced

The four winning teams in the UNC and N.C. A&T Looking Forward Pilot Research Program were announced and acknowledged for their research addressing complex issues facing North Carolinians last week. The initiative was co-created by Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and N.C. A&T Chancellor Harold L. Martin, Sr. and launched in January 2022. The winning teams from those four priority areas received $200,000 in funding over the course of two years. The initiative is funded by the chancellors’ office at each University and by the UNC Lineberger Cancer Center.

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Redshirt junior right fielder Angel Zarate (40) removes his helmet as he walks off the field. UNC lost 3-4 against Arkansas at home in the NCAA Super Regionals on Sunday, June 12, 2022.

'They fought until the end': UNC baseball comes up short in Super Regional loss to Arkansas

In early February, UNC was picked to finish ninth in the ACC's preseason poll. However, in its first 20 games, North Carolina ripped off 18 wins and climbed up to No. 13 in the nation. In a short time, the Diamond Heels found themselves two wins shy from the NCAA Men's College World Series after scampering their way out of the loser's bracket in the regional round. "I wouldn't replace this year for the world," first-year center fielder Vance Honeycutt said after Sunday's loss. "I'm very thankful."

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