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The NCAA announced the 16 regional hosts for the upcoming NCAA Baseball Tournament on Sunday following the conclusion of conference tournament play, with UNC earning the distinction for a second consecutive season. Boshamer Stadium will once again play host to opening round play, the 10th time in program history it has done so–and ninth time […]
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Faced with the prospect of an early elimination from the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship Tournament in Sunday’s Third Round action, UNC put together an impressive showing on the back nine at Karsten Creek Golf Club to earn a spot in Monday’s Fourth Round. The Tar Heels earned the 15th, and final, spot in the field for […]
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Riding a tidal wave of momentum entering Sunday’s NCAA Women’s Tennis Doubles Tournament Semifinals in Winston-Salem, the UNC duo of Sara Daavettila and Alle Sanford–who joined the tournament Thursday morning as alternates–saw their Cinderella run come to an end against LSU’s Jessica Golovin and Eden Richardson. They won the first set 6-3, before dropping the […]
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Class of 2020 prospect impresses at Southern Jam Fest The North Carolina men’s basketball program is currently looking to make a big splash in the class of 2019, but Roy Williams and company have already begun to take a long look at some of the top prospects in the 2020 class. One of those prospects […]
The University of North Carolina bounced back from a slow start to shoot 2 under par over the final nine holes to secure the 15th and final spot to advance to the fourth and final round of the 2018 NCAA Men's Golf Championship at the Karsten Creek Golf Club.
No. 5 North Carolina will host a regional in Chapel Hill for the second year in a row, the NCAA announced Sunday night. This will be the 10th time that UNC has hosted a tournament regional, the ninth time since 2006. By virtue of being selected to host, Carolina has officially earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championship.
After reaching the NCAA Women's Tennis Tournament field as alternates, North Carolina's Sara Daavettila and Alle Sanford rolled all the way to the semifinals before falling Sunday afternoon just a win shy of national championship match. Playing at Wake Forest Tennis Complex in Winston-Salem, N.C., the UNC team lost to LSU's Jessica Golovin and Eden Richardson, 3-6, 6-4, 10-6. The 29th-ranked Tigers will face a team from Oklahoma State on Monday for the NCAA crown.
Following the second round of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Golf Championship tournament at Karsten Creek Golf Club, UNC currently sits tied for 13th place with a score of 9-over-par. The Tar Heels shot just one stroke over par on Saturday following a rough opening round. Joshua Martin was UNC’s top performer in the round, shooting a […]
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Joel Berry works out with the Sacramento Kings on Friday Former University of North Carolina point guard Joel Berry is hoping to hear his name called in June’s NBA Draft. After not being invited to the 2018 NBA Scouting Combine, Berry’s draft stock may have taken a hit. But that doesn’t mean he won’t be […]
Rivals’ recruiting analyst had this to say about five-star UNC signee Nassir Little The North Carolina men’s basketball program hadn’t signed a top-five prospect since Harrison Barnes in 2010. Tony Bradley was the first one-and-done North Carolina player since Brandan Wright left Chapel Hill for the NBA Draft in 2007. And there were those who […]
Phil Ford undergoes surgery to treat prostate cancer on Tuesday Former University of North Carolina Tar Heels great Phil Ford has undergone successful surgery according to the University. Ford underwent a surgical procedure for prostate cancer on Tuesday, May 22nd and is currently recovering. He is under the care of UNC Chapel Hill professor of […]
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