The newly-crowned No. 1 North Carolina men’s soccer team tied against Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va. on Tuesday night.
When asked about his knee injury, senior forward Nils Bruening — the one who scored two goals against Virginia Tech, including an 84th-minute game winner — couldn’t help but crack a smile.
The North Carolina men’s golf team, led by junior Austin Hitt and sophomore Ryan Gerard, finished fourth in the Old Town Club Collegiate hosted by Wake Forest through Tuesday.
The University of North Carolina men's golf team competed at the Louisville Cardinal Challenge Sept. 14-16 and finished in sixth place. Their rival, Duke came in first place. After the first round, UNC shot an even par, but by the end of the second round stood at sixth place, where they remained on Sunday as well.
DURHAM — One might think that opening a collegiate golf career against some of the best teams in the area — on a rival’s course, no less — would be at least a little intimidating.
After a brutal 1-0 loss to then-No. 2 Indiana, the 12th-ranked UNC men’s soccer team (2-1) bounced back in decisive fashion on Friday with a 6-1 win at William & Mary (1-2).
The No. 6 North Carolina men’s tennis team continued its dominant run through the ACC on Sunday, defeating Boston College, 6-1, in Chestnut Hill.
In doubles play, Alle Sanford and Marika Akkerman were the first to clinch their set, a 6-3 win. No. 2 Jessie Aney and Alexa Graham quickly followed with a 6-3 victory of their own, earning the day’s doubles point to jump ahead 1-0. Makenna Jones and Sara Daavettila’s doubles match did not finish.
In a match filled with talented individual players on both sides, teamwork and chemistry proved to be the difference. Although the No. 1 North Carolina women’s tennis team split singles matches 3-3 with No. 6 Georgia Tech, the Tar Heels lost the crucial doubles point to open up the day’s play and ultimately lost, 4-3.
A thrilling matchup between the No. 12 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team and No. 13 Johns Hopkins was not without its fair share of drama, but the battle-tested Tar Heels overcame a slow defensive start to win, 13-11.