Sarah Gray Barr
Ellianna Tickle, the sales manager at Underground Printing, said the store has held off on ordering new North Carolina apparel and has mainly just restocked its most popular items, since the future of fall sports remains uncertain.
While he was honored as a hall of fame inductee in a public match last October, Joe Sagula first found out he was to be inducted during a volleyball practice before the match. Surrounded by friends, faculty and players, it was a small but touching moment for Sagula's volleyball family.
“It was just the frustration and realization of why [the effigy] was up there,” Billy Cunningham said. “The feelings I had towards coach Smith, that this was so unfair and that goes for the whole team. We were all just so frustrated.”
Carolina Fever is a group that attends UNC sporting events to try and earn points for a coveted UNC men's basketball ticket. But in a world with no sports for the foreseeable future, they are trying to find ways to keep students engaged.
“Whether it's 10 years from now or 20 years from now, when they come back for a team reunion or are communicating with each other, this will always be the team that was G3."
The No. 2 North Carolina men’s tennis team (12-1, 2-0 ACC) won 4-0 against No. 7 N.C. State (10-4, 1-1 ACC) on Wednesday evening, extending its winning streak against the Wolfpack to seven years.
The North Carolina gymnastics team, led by its seniors, earned its highest score of the season in a 196.325-195.500 victory over George Washington in the team's final home meet of the year.
For a team with two elite offensive players in Jamie Ortega and Katie Hoeg, it was Scottie Rose Growney that stepped up against UNC's biggest rival, Maryland, to score a career-high six goals in a blowout win.
The North Carolina gymnastics team snapped a three-meet losing streak after defeating New Hampshire, scoring a season-best 196.050, the team's best score since 2018.