While the concept of eligibility relief seems to satisfy all parties, a closer look at the inner workings of the Division I scholarship system reveals a litany of questions.
There are home runs that simply leave the ballpark, and then there are home runs that leave the ballpark and come close to entering another ballpark altogether. In the bottom of the fifth inning of UNC’s 12-5 win over UNCG, senior Dylan Harris unleashed one of those home runs.
Justin Anderson's career-high seven points propelled the North Carolina men's lacrosse team to a narrow 15-13 over No. 11 Denver on Sunday.
The UNC softball team is in the midst of a slump after dropping its fifth non-conference game in a row, despite a chance late in the 7th inning to take the lead.
“My two words for today were attack and adjust,” Papa said. “I was pleased that we made adjustments and played solid all the way around.”
The North Carolina women’s basketball team’s shooting woes continued in its third straight loss of the season, shooting under 33 percent from the field in a 74-56 defeat to Syracuse on Thursday night. Head coach Courtney Banghart’s team had yet to lose back-to-back games before they played Duke last Thursday, but after the team’s toughest week of the season they have now slipped from the top-4 to the middle of the pack in ACC standings.
"It isn’t always going to be a 14-goal first half. You’ve got to grind through some victories, and I thought we did a heck of a job of that today.”
An impressive debut from Boston University transfer Chris Gray on Saturday led to Steve Pontrello, Marcus Holman and Joey Sankey comparisons by head coach Joe Breschi.
After an impressive upset win over ninth-ranked rival NC State in Chapel Hill on Thursday night, the North Carolina women’s basketball team (12-4, 3-2 ACC) was unable to secure a second top-25 win in four days when they travelled to Tallahassee to face No. 11 Florida State (15-2, 4-2 ACC). The Seminoles downed the Tar Heels 78-64, outpacing them on the offensive end and shooting a season-best 57 percent while UNC was held to a mere 38 percent shooting.