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Shegog helps Tar Heels top Presbyterian

In its 61–38 win against Presbyterian on Tuesday night, the No. 16 North Carolina women’s basketball team needed its seniors to produce. And She’la White, Laura Broomfield and Chay Shegog didn’t disappoint, combining to score 43 of the team’s 61 points. “That’s what they’re supposed to do,” UNC coach Sylvia Hatchell said.

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Georgia Tech looks to rebuild under Gregory

Although Georgia Tech is undergoing a much-needed overhaul of its basketball program, new head coach Brian Gregory is saying all the right things thus far. At ACC Operation Basketball, Gregory talked about balancing his hopes for this year’s team with laying the groundwork for future success.

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Duke soccer team ?ghts back to earn tie with UNC

In a match that lasted 110 minutes — complete with double–overtime drama and enough hard hits to satisfy the football team — both North Carolina and Duke were left gasping for air by the final whistle. The No. 5 Tar Heels faced a determined Duke squad Friday night in front of a record-breaking crowd at Fetzer Field, and it took everything they had to come out with a 2-2 tie.

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UNC men’s soccer rebounds against JMU

Against James Madison, it took the No. 8 North Carolina men’s soccer team almost an entire half to drop its hangover from last weekend’s loss to Virginia Tech. Through the opening 18 minutes of Tuesday’s 4-1 win, North Carolina had no shots on goal to James Madison’s three. And the Tar Heels’ luck didn’t appear to be changing when junior midfielder Enzo Martinez went down after being kicked in the ankle.

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UNC men's soccer snags 2-0 victory against Coastal Carolina

The North Carolina men’s soccer team started its 2011 season — and Carlos Somoano’s career as head coach — with a 2-0 exhibition win Friday night against Coastal Carolina in Conway, S.C. Senior midfielder Kirk Urso, who is just getting back to playing after taking the summer off to nurse a leg injury, said it was nice to get back on the pitch and compete against another team. “It was a good thing to get a game in after we’ve been kicking each other for the past eight days,” he said.

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UNC baseball finally gets on the board first against ECU

While North Carolina’s late-game heroics have been well chronicled, a reason for its success this season may be something different altogether. This North Carolina baseball team has reached 30 wins faster than any UNC team since 1983 and, while the Tar Heels have scored a lot of runs, they’ve also kept their opponents from putting games out of reach.

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