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WNBA Summer Update
The latest installment of the 2014 WNBA update finds five former UNC players thriving as the league continues into June. The Washington Mystic, featuring Tar...

Camille Little Reaches 2,000 WNBA Points
Seattle Storm veteran forward Camille Little became the fifth player in franchise history to score 2,000 career points Tuesday night in an 80-65 win over...

Tar Heels In The WNBA Update
Five former UNC women's basketball players are active this season in the WNBA, highlighted by former league champions Erlana Larkins of the Indiana Fever and...

Tar Heels In The WNBA - Early Season Update
Five former North Carolina standouts currently occupy positions on rosters in the WNBA, including former world champion Camille Little. Little, who is in her fifth...

Whirlwind: Title-winner Camille Little off to play ball in Israel
Catching up with Camille Little these days isn’t easy. She’s fresh off winning her first WNBA title with the Seattle Storm, but she’s also on...

Camille Little, Storm Win WNBA Title
Sue Bird jumped into Lauren Jackson’s arms to celebrate the Seattle Storm’s second WNBA championship and admitted that, after six years of waiting, this title...

Camille Little does a lot for Storm
Camille Little refers to herself as having been "a mean girl" in college. She says this with a half smile, but she isn't really joking...

Seattle Storm trades for Atlanta's Camille Little
Seattle Storm announced today a trade that will send its second round pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft to the Atlanta Dream in exchange for...

Tar Heel women close another successful season with disappointing loss
North Carolina defied the expectations that it would take a step back from the nation's elite after losing graduated stars Ivory Latta and Camille Little...

Tar Heel women seek perfect ending
UNC enters this tournament with the top-rated scoring offense in the nation (88.0) and sits atop the ACC in scoring margin (24.4). For a team...

Sylvia Hatchell Named ACC Women's Basketball Coach Of The Year
Sylvia Hatchell entered the year trying to replace graduated stars Ivory Latta and Camille Little, who led them to three straight ACC tournament titles and...

New Dynamic As Lady Tar Heels Move Forward
Freshman hybrid guard Italee Lucas may have the same initials as Ivory Latta, but she is not here to try to fill her shoes. This...

Season of change greets ACC favorites
North Carolina must figure out a way to replace the indispensable duo of Ivory Latta and Camille Little, who helped win the past three ACC...

UNC women hoopsters going pro
The duo that seemed inseparable on the court - despite their polar opposite personalities - will now be forced to compete against each other. At...

Fouls hurt Ivory Latta, North Carolina
North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell wanted this one back. It seemed so obvious to her, in hindsight, how the Tar Heels could have avoided a...

Lady Heels can't close deal
Twelve points up in the second half, and it all fell apart. Now, there will be no shot at the national championship for Ivory Latta...

LaToya Pringle finds way into UNC mix
North Carolina junior LaToya Pringle knew she had to stack up this season. When you move into the starting lineup after two seasons coming off...

Women's Final Four: Tar Heels must dance or face the music
The Final Four team that should be feeling the most pressure this weekend is Atlantic Coast Conference champion North Carolina (34-3). That's because this group...

UNC ready to rock and roll
There's more than location and the shirts to remind UNC of last year's run, which ended with a loss to Maryland in the championship game...

National title still tops Little's and Latta's list
North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell asked her women's basketball team a question last week: What do you want your legacy to be? To junior Erlana...

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