“It wasn’t pretty, but it was a W.”
“It wasn’t pretty, but it was a W.”
After several lackluster years, UNC women's basketball team has a stacked roster and is ready to have a strong season this year.
The women's basketball team works cohesively, even with two of their star players benched for most of the first quarter, to dominate in a 31-point win over the Elon Phoenix.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team started its 2018-2019 campaign in style, cruising to a 100-69 win in its season opener at Elon on Tuesday.
“I’m just glad to be back out here with my team and playing with such great players, rather than watching from the bench,” Watts said.
UNC-W players will use the Smith Center and Carmichael Arena for the entire week, and will begin workouts Monday and start practice on Tuesday.
Here's what the North Carolina women's basketball team's schedule looks like this season.
Former Tar Heels Jessica Breland of the Atlanta Dream and LaToya Pringle-Sanders and Tierra Ruffin-Pratt of the Washington Mystics are competing against each other for a chance to participate in the WNBA Finals.
The UNC women's basketball team faces a devastating loss to rival N.C. State in Jamie Cherry's final game as a Tar Heel. Still, she will be remembered as a figure of a stability to the team.
Paris Kea wasn’t ready to go home. Not like this, not after her team limped through the end to the regular season by dropping its last nine games.
Bye-bye losing streak. The North Carolina women’s basketball team avenged a January loss against Boston College and broke their losing streak, advancing in the ACC Tournament with notable performances from redshirt junior Paris Kea and ACC Freshman of the Year Janelle Bailey. “All of my family was here, and some friends were in the stands,” Kea said. “I had Greensboro on my back today.” “It’s surreal to me,” Bailey said of her award. “It’s crazy to think about, but I couldn’t have done it without my teammates and my coaches.” North Carolina will have a chance to avenge a pair of losses against fifth-seeded N.C. State Thursday morning at 11 a.m.
She's a perfectionist both on the court and off, but with UNC's current record, her perseverance is tested. But Koenen, who says she battles herself on the court, continues to work as hard as possible.
The UNC women's basketball team had their ninth consecutive loss after falling 70-54 against Duke, which powered ahead by outscoring the Tar Heels in the third quarter.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team came up short once again at Duke’s senior day on Sunday afternoon, losing 70-54. The loss marks UNC’s ninth consecutive defeat; the Tar Heels’ last win was over Duke in Chapel Hill in January.
Erase the ceremony, and this was just another game for Jamie Cherry.
On Jamie Cherry’s senior night at Carmichael Arena, the North Carolina women's basketball team fell to Syracuse to extend its losing streak to eight games on Thursday evening, 86-80. The Orange (21-7, 9-6 ACC) made 20 threes to set an ACC record.
Despite suffering a 67-57 loss to No. 4 Louisville, the North Carolina women’s basketball head coach Sylvia Hatchell wanted to focus on the positives.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team fell for the sixth consecutive time in conference play, losing 79-61 to Georgia Tech in Atlanta on Thursday night.
Going up against another ACC rival, the Tar Heels were hoping to end their four-game losing streak. Instead, the Tar Heels lost 73-54 to a more experienced Wolfpack team, with rebounding and a lopsided second quarter proving to be the difference.
Coming off of four consecutive losses in conference games, the UNC women’s basketball team was unable to stop their slump on Sunday afternoon, falling 73-54 to No. 23 N.C. State in Raleigh.