The North Carolina softball team needed a fresh start.
The North Carolina softball team traded snowy Chapel Hill for the warm rays and sunshine of Florida this weekend as it traveled to Jacksonville for a three-game tournament.
It was a weekend of close — but not close enough — for the North Carolina softball team.
Four North Carolina teams suffered losses in tournament play last weekend that brought their seasons to an end.
The No. 4 seeded North Carolina softball team took down Georgia Tech 6-2 to advance to the ACC tournament semifinal, before being knocked out by No.1 seed and host team Florida State on Friday. The loss to FSU brought the Tar Heels to a record of 39-19 on the season — a good enough record to advance to the NCAA Tournament.
Things couldn’t have gone much worse Saturday as the North Carolina softball team was annihilated by Maryland in both games of a doubleheader in College Park.
In the North Carolina softball team’s regular season home finale, it pulled out a 7-3 win, despite being outhit at the plate — but with the help of being hit several times from the mound.
For one moment in the North Carolina softball team’s 11-6 win Monday night, the fans in Anderson Stadium were dead silent. The next, they exploded into an uproar of heckles aimed at the game’s umpire.
The North Carolina softball team is used to playing under pressure.
It was a game of early domination, and then it was a game with the potential of a late comeback. It was a game of prominent pitching prowess, and then it was a game of walks and double-digit hits.
The North Carolina softball team is preparing for a critical series against visiting team Georgia Tech (20-24, 6-6 ACC) this weekend.
Aside from both being Georgia natives, senior third baseman Haleigh Dickey and junior pitcher Lori Spingola of the North Carolina softball team shared something else in last weekend’s 2-1 series loss against N.C. State — rough outings.
The North Carolina softball team struggled to produce at the plate in its weekend series against N.C. State in Raleigh.
Two big hits helped the North Carolina softball team get out to an early lead against Elon, allowing for preparation for ACC play and giving reserves deserved playing time in a 6-0 win Wednesday night.
She’s one of the ACC’s best pitchers, but life on the mound isn’t always carefree for North Carolina’s Lori Spingola.
In the bottom of the seventh inning of a rain-delayed game against Florida State this March, the North Carolina softball team was in trouble.
As Chic’s “Le Freak” resonated through Anderson Stadium during the promotional “‘70s Night” on Wednesday, a sea of James Madison fans sang along to the song’s famous lyrics: “Aw, freak out!”
For the North Carolina softball team, it’s all about patience.
Whenever North Carolina softball ace Lori Spingola has needed extra run support, standout third baseman Constance Orr has been the one most likely to back her up in a close game.