My life was forever changed on a cold winter’s day in January 2015. I had just gotten home from swim practice and checked my phone as I walked through the back door. After setting my bags down, I opened Facebook and saw that three of my friends from high school were posting about getting into the University of North Carolina.
UNC dominated in softball against Virginia, with Junior pitcher Brittany Pickett driving the game.
The North Carolina softball team (20-13, 9-4 ACC) defeated Virginia (16-19, 5-8) on Saturday, 8-0, after piling on four runs in the fifth inning to put the game away by mercy rule.
Facing high winds and heavy rain in the final round, the North Carolina men’s golf team tied for second place along with Louisville in the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational. Tennessee won the tournament.
The North Carolina softball team (10-8, 1-0) defeated Duke (9-13, 0-1), 4-2, on Friday afternoon. This gives the Tar Heels a one game lead in their series against Duke and their first conference win of the season.
The strategy of the UNC women's tennis team is simple: always win the doubles point.
The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team beat Michigan, 5-2, on Sunday.
The No. 7 North Carolina baseball team defeated North Carolina A&T, 2-1, on Tuesday afternoon. The victory moved the Tar Heels up to 22 straight home wins — extending the longest winning streak in the country.
“This is Beyonce, this is Justin Bieber at his peak, this is all of that stuff rolled into one.”
On Thursday evening, the North Carolina women’s basketball team (15-11, 6-6 ACC) was humbled in a road matchup with Pittsburgh (10-16, 1-11 ACC), losing by a score of 91-78. Porous defense and an inability to mount a comeback in the game's final minutes led to a major blow to the Tar Heels' NCAA Tournament hopes.
A Cessna plane at Horace Williams Airport during the what may be the last flying event the airport may hold.