Coming off of one of its best victories of the season, the North Carolina women's lacrosse season was hit with the news that its short season would be canceled, along with all other ACC sports due to the coronavirus.
In the third meeting between the teams in eight days, the North Carolina gymnastics team defeated New Hampshire by a score of 196.100-195.300 on Sunday afternoon in Durham.
The win over the Seminoles extended the Tar Heels' winning streak to six straight matches over No. 2 ranked opponents.
After a comeback during the floor and vault events to build momentum late in the tri-meet, the UNC gymnastics team finished in third behind New Hampshire and N.C. State.
The No. 1 North Carolina women’s lacrosse team marked its second game of the season with a 24-3 win at High Point University on Friday evening.
The No. 25 North Carolina softball team needed just five innings to defeat Campbell by a score of 11-1 on Wednesday at Anderson Stadium.
The North Carolina gymnastics team suffered its second conference loss of the season in a 194.325-194.225 defeat on the road against Towson University on Friday.
“This was our first big test," senior William Blumberg said. "The teams we played in the past were good, but these teams were kind of a level up. It was good for us to step up and show up when we really needed to.”
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