On a rainy Friday afternoon in Chapel Hill, the No. 2 ranked North Carolina women’s tennis team took to the indoor courts at the Cone-Kenfield Center in its matchup against No. 13 ranked Florida State. The Tar Heels continued their unrivaled domination of the ACC, taking down the Seminoles 4-0 to improve to 23-1 on the season and 11-0 in conference play.
In a Saturday afternoon matchup between two ACC heavyweights, the No. 3 UNC women’s lacrosse team (5-1, 1-0 ACC) defeated No. 5 UVA (6-2, 0-2 ACC) in what will be regarded as a memorable 13-12 shootout.
The No. 5 UNC men’s tennis team (9-2, 2-0 ACC) traveled to Blacksburg, Va., on Saturday afternoon to take on the Virginia Tech Hokies (8-5, 0-3 ACC) in a crucial conference matchup. They continued to wreak havoc on the conference on Saturday, walking off the court with a convincing 7-0 victory.
One year after a magical performance from the women's team in the 2018 ACC Championships, the North Carolina fencing teams both placed third in this year's tournament at Boston College.
In a Tuesday afternoon doubleheader, the No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team (11-1) defeated UNCG (1-4) and Appalachian State (3-2) in its first return to action since a trip to the ITA National Team Indoor Championships which culminated in a loss to Georgia in the title match.
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In a Saturday afternoon matchup, the No. 15 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team (2-0) was able to ward off a late comeback from the Furman Paladins (0-2), earning a 14-10 win at home in Kenan Stadium.