The Tar Heels' presence just got larger in the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. Mack Brown, Dennis Craddock and Julius Peppers will be enshrined as the 62nd, 63rd and 64th members with relation to UNC.
The North Carolina basketball team (8-9, 1-5 ACC) dropped its fourth game in a row this season and fell to Pittsburgh (12-6, 3-4 ACC) on Saturday, 66-52. Here are three quick takeaways from UNC’s loss.
From the impressively balanced team of the 1988-1989 season to individual record-holders, like Tyler Hansbrough and Ed Cota, here's what we found while looking through the "Carolina Basketball 2019-2020 Facts & Record Book."
The Dean Dome has a wine and cheese crowd, and that isn't changing anytime soon.
The deeper reason for UNC's struggle is pretty simple. They can’t make 3-point shots at the rate Roy Williams' teams normally do.
After the return of head coach Mack Brown and a promising true first-year quarterback, UNC football fans are feeling optimistic for the team's future, despite the Tar Heels' 7-6 season.
Take a look at the very best seasons for the various sports teams at UNC from the past 10 years, including 10 national championships taken back to Chapel Hill.
After a combined record of 5-18 in the previous two seasons, the Tar Heels are headed to the Military Bowl.
North Carolina's victory over Appalachian State in Sunday's dual meet was essentially already sealed when redshirt sophomore Zach Sherman built a large lead in the third period of the final bout, but that didn't stop head coach Coleman Scott from capitalizing on an opportunity.
UNC field hockey once again claimed the national championship. The Tar Heels defeated Princeton during Sunday's NCAA championship game. This is the second consecutive season that the team was undefeated. Here's how their season went down: