The prizes lay on the wooden bench across the net in Fetzer Gym B.
UNC staved off five Terrapin match points in the final set to hang on for a dramatic 20-18 win to take the match (29-27, 25-19, 26-28, 19-25, 20-18). The Tar Heels delivered Sagula his 700th career win and kept themselves firmly entrenched in the ACC title chase.
RALEIGH — After yet another dominant, 3-0 shutout, this time against conference rivals N.C. State, it appears that few teams are able to find a solution to stop the balanced offensive attack the No. 14 North Carolina volleyball team brings to the court each night.
RALEIGH — The North Carolina volleyball team watched as freshman setter Abigail Curry’s service ace forcefully hit the ground for a 10-point lead against N.C. State midway through the second set Wednesday.
The No. 15 North Carolina volleyball team lived up to its Tar Heel name, sticking firm and standing its ground to grit out two victories against Virginia Tech and Virginia Friday and Saturday.
For the No. 19 North Carolina volleyball team, not every victory feels the same.
It’s 2:14 p.m. Wednesday, as Joe Sagula stands in the middle of his Carmichael Arena office planning his team’s afternoon practice.
After reaching 20 wins before November for the first time in coach Joe Sagula’s 24-year tenure, the No. 12 North Carolina volleyball team dropped a pair of crucial conference road games in Florida this past weekend.
Kayla Berringer uncorked a massive swing, the ball slammed onto the court, and 15,000 fans went wild in the Smith Center as the No. 14 North Carolina volleyball team finished off Maryland Friday to push its record to 19-1. But after the match, the members of the ACC’s top-ranked team had a long talk with coach Joe Sagula before they hustled off to Late Night with Roy.
The North Carolina volleyball team relied on two setters in Sunday’s win against Pittsburgh — freshman Abigail Curry and sophomore Jordyn Schnabl.
The North Carolina volleyball team hasn’t had much trouble getting off the court quickly this season.
As of Friday afternoon, Joe Sagula’s team had won 15 games in a row.
The No. 10 North Carolina volleyball team’s historic 15-game win streak came to a startling halt Friday when unranked Duke handed UNC its first loss of the season.
They’ve won 15 games in a row, 29 consecutive games in Carmichael Arena, and are 4-0 in the ACC.
The North Carolina volleyball team embarked on its first ACC road trip of the season this past weekend, playing matches at Syracuse and at Boston College.
In yet another straight set sweep by the undefeated No. 14 North Carolina volleyball team, this time against a familiar opponent from earlier in the season, coach Joe Sagula had to look outside his starting rotation to help put the pesky Fighting Irish away for good.
The No. 14 North Carolina volleyball team found itself in a familiar position Friday against Notre Dame — playing from behind in the third set.
When the No. 1 North Carolina field hockey team took on its Tobacco Road rivals, No. 9 Duke Friday, the Blue Devil’s goalie Lauren Blazing held a career-high of nine saves.