The Wake Forest loss was a sobering wake-up call. Here's what Mack Brown's team will have to work on this Saturday against Appalachian State.
With the ACC's release of the 2019-20 men's basketball schedule on Thursday, the Tar Heels now have a complete picture of their slate for the coming season.
How to make a playlist of lesser-known songs from the most well-known musical act of all time?
With the hire of Samantha Naden, the staff of Chris Miltenberg, UNC's new director of track and field and cross country, is officially complete.
Here's what we might (read: might) have learned from North Carolina's season-opening 24-20 win against South Carolina on Saturday, and what it could (read: could) mean for the rest of the 2019 campaign.
The North Carolina women's soccer team (4-0) poured on the goals late against Portland (1-1-1) on Sunday, winning 4-0 in its second game of the Husky Invitational to finish undefeated in the tournament.
“Sam’s a baller. No matter what situation he’s in, he’s got control,” wide receiver Beau Corrales said.
New head coach Mack Brown has praised his team's secondary, while expressing concern about a lack of depth on the defensive line. Where does the linebacker corps fit in?
Mack Brown still wants to make North Carolina a championship contender. Make no mistake, though: a lot has happened since he left UNC in 1997. After a successful run as the head coach of the Texas Longhorns and an ESPN commentator, Brown is back to his roots.
Many UNC games, such as the home openers for both football and men's basketball, will be broadcast exclusively on the new ACC Network, so fans can only watch the games in person or through a cable provider that has the channel.
Chris Miltenberg, the new director of North Carolina's track and field and cross country programs. Photo courtesy of UNC athletics.
UNC women's soccer's list of core values includes tenets like toughness, focus and discipline.
The 2018 "Competitive Cauldron" for UNC women's soccer.
The new edition of the 2002 book "The Vision of a Champion," co-written by Gloria Averbuch and UNC women's soccer head coach Anson Dorrance.