12 points in swimming is not a lot.
When asked whether this weekend’s meet at Louisville was preparation for the future of the season, North Carolina swimming and diving coach Rich DeSelm’s answer was simple.
More than three decades into his career as head volleyball coach, Joe Sagula had never been ejected from a game — until Sunday afternoon.
The calendar has barely changed to September, and the North Carolina volleyball team already has its sights set on another month — December.
The North Carolina men’s soccer team only scored 19 goals in 20 regular season games last year. Friday night, it seemed as though they were going to reach that mark in just one game.
The North Carolina women’s tennis team proved it is a giant force in the ACC this weekend. Then, it quickly proved that the giant could be toppled.
The North Carolina men’s tennis team closed out its season at home the same way it began it — in winning fashion.
Most people probably assumed North Carolina’s most dominant sports team this year was done for the season when the men’s basketball team fell to Iowa State last weekend.
Student-Athlete.Those two words were carefully and deliberately placed to show the priority that academics hold over athletics for the millions of college athletes who juggle school and sports. Junior fencer Gillian Litynski chose to put “student” before “athlete”. Litynski, a global studies and nursing double major, studied abroad in Israel for the fall of 2013 . Despite being gone for a large portion of the season, she was still able to qualify for and compete in the NCAA Fencing Championship this past weekend . Litynski finished eighth overall in the women’s sabre . This came as some disappointment to Litynski, who finished third overall in the same event last year . However, Litynski said it was all worth it.