A team struggling to find its way often looks to its senior leader for guidance. And Brett Clark, the senior leader for the No. 1 North Carolina men’s tennis team, delivered all he could this weekend.
Tiebreakers gave the No. 1 North Carolina men’s tennis team life on Friday. They crushed its spirits on Sunday.
The No. 1 North Carolina men’s tennis team came into their match on Sunday against No. 6 Wake Forest looking to prove they are the dominant force in the ACC this season.
The No. 1 North Carolina men’s tennis team faced off against the No. 3 Virginia Cavaliers on Friday at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center in a rematch of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Indoor Championships.
On April 24, 2015, Andrew Gores started what he thought would be his last match for the North Carolina men's tennis team in an ACC tournament match against Duke, losing in straight sets in his team's 4-3 win.
The North Carolina men’s tennis team faced Virginia Tech on Sunday, at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center, in an admitted revenge game for the team. The Hokies (12-5, 4-3 ACC) won the matchup a year ago, and returned all of their players this season.
The doubles duo of Brett Clark and Robert Kelly have proven to be effective leaders on the court for the North Carolina men’s tennis team (18-1, 3-1 ACC) so far this season as the two teammates currently hold the no.
When things got tough for the No. 2 North Carolina men’s tennis team, it responded. The Tar Heels pulled out a win against No. 33 N.C.
After splitting a pair of matches against Florida State and Miami a week ago, the No. 2 North Carolina men's tennis team proved to be back on track in its ACC home opener on Friday.
The No. 1 ranked North Carolina men’s tennis team opened ACC play on the road against Florida State at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center. The Tar Heels suffered their first loss of the season, falling to the Seminoles 4-3 .
Brayden Schnur might be the most talented player on the North Carolina men’s tennis team when he plays — but this season, playing has been the hardest part.
The final score can sometimes deceive the eyes of the true battle that took place during competition.
Twenty minutes. That’s how long it took the duo of senior Brett Clark and sophomore Robert Kelly to come away with the 6-1 victory against North Carolina Central on Monday.
The North Carolina men’s tennis team played two matches Monday, one outdoors and one indoors. They both had the same outcome — a blowout victory for the Tar Heels.
A year or two before junior men’s tennis player Ronnie Schneider arrived at North Carolina, he saw a picture of Coach Sam Paul celebrating his 300th win. He thought to himself, it would be neat to help Paul reach the next milestone.
Ronnie Schneider was reminded Wednesday night of the challenges he will face whenever he takes the court as the No. 1 for the North Carolina men’s tennis team.
Fresh off its Intercollegiate Tennis Association Indoors National Championship win a week ago, the North Carolina men’s tennis team continued its winning streak Sunday by handily defeating Wofford in little over an hour.
Six wins against the top-12 teams in the country. Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor Team champions. Ten consecutive wins to start 2016. The No. 1 ranking in the country for the first time in program history.
Entering the final round of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Team Indoor Championship, the North Carolina men’s tennis team could ill afford a slow start against top-ranked Virginia.