UNC head coach Mack Brown said he knew as early as Wednesday that the team wasn't preparing as well as it could have for its game against Florida State.
First-year Talia Dellaperuta and sophomore Libby Moore each netted the first goals of their UNC careers in the women's soccer team's 2-0 win over Syracuse.
Following a 14-kill performance in her collegiate debut on Thursday, first-year Aziah Buckner was stellar once again, totaling 15 kills in Friday’s loss.
“Having a two-week preseason – the way they usually do it – is not a great experience for a soccer team, so in some weird way, having the extra time this year is a silver lining I could have never imagined," Carlos Somoano, UNC men's soccer head coach, said.
Ahead of a Week 2 matchup with UNC-Charlotte, the North Carolina football team discussed their dominant performance against Syracuse on the defensive side of the ball and how the Tar Heels can improve even more before Saturday.
After Dyami Brown and Dazz Newsome both posted 1,000-yard seasons at wide receiver and Beau Corrales cemented himself as one of the best third-options at the position in the country, North Carolina's trio of star wide receivers will look to improve with Sam Howell in 2020.
As some players echo the sentiment of wanting to play in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, some of them believe the season needs to happen to prepare for the next level. Although Kenan Stadium will likely be at reduced capacity this fall, a number of players know this might be their final opportunity to create game film for NFL scouts.
With the Pac-12 and the Big Ten conferences postponing their seasons, UNC football is preparing for any outcome.
This week, although the only fans you’ll see in the stands will be made out of cardboard, Major League Baseball will make its long-awaited return. With the season being reduced from 162 to 60 games, teams that might not otherwise have a chance could make a run at success in the shortened campaign. Here's where a few former Tar Heels stand entering Opening Day.
With 124 days and counting since the last live sporting event from the NCAA or any of the United States' five major professional leagues, sports fans across the country have had an empty space in their daily routines.