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Weekend Watch: August 31 - September 2
It's finally here. Football starts tomorrow when Carolina takes on Elon in the first game of the Larry Fedora era in Chapel Hill. But that's...

Weekend Wrap: August 27
Beyond the box scores, it was a relatively quiet weekend for Carolina athletics. Larry Fedora’s squad held a mock game on Saturday. And when they...

Weekend Watch: August 24-26
It's here! With classes underway, the home athletic schedule begins this weekend. With it, we debut a new series here at Tar Heel Monthly, #project28...

UNC Field Hockey Second In Preseason Poll
North Carolina, the NCAA runner-up in each of the past two seasons after winning the 2009 national championship, has been ranked No. 2 in the...

ACC Olympic Watch, August 13
Former Tar Heels Tobin Heath and Heather O’Reilly helped Team USA avenge its World Cup loss to Japan with a 2-1 victory on Thursday. The...

Rachel Dawson's Olympic Blog: Failure won't break us
We failed, epically. We came here with a plan, and we failed in that plan. We weren’t good enough, sharp enough or disciplined enough. And...

History of the Atlantic Coast Conference
The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting...

ACC Olympic Watch, August 9
Women’s soccer is guaranteed to produce several medals for the ACC. Tobin Heath, Heather O’Reilly and Becky Sauerbrunn all compete for Team USA – which...

Five Days Remain In London Games, Tar Heels Still In Contention
Track and field standouts from the state of North Carolina shined in day 12 of the London games. Alice Schmidt is a 2004 graduate of...

ACC Olympic Watch, August 3
The ACC-laden U.S. field hockey team was considered an outside threat to medal in London. So far they’re struggling in fifth place of Group B...

Katelyn Falgowski shuts down 'one of the best'
Remember the scene in “Hoosiers” when coach Norman Dale orders the player assigned to guard the other team’s star to stick close enough to tell...

Tar Heel Olympics Central
Current and former UNC athletes once again will make their mark on the Olympic Games this summer in London. The Tar Heels will have...

UNC ranks 4th when it comes to Olympic tradition
The University of North Carolina is considered one of the top universities in the country when it comes to the Olympics. According to Olympic U,...

Vote: Best of North Carolina
ESPN SportsCenter is spending the summer searching for stories. For 50 days, beginning on July 17 with Massachusetts and wrapping up with Wisconsin on Sep...

UNC Well Represented in London Olympics
A total of 91 former and current ACC student-athletes and coaches will represent 26 nations in the upcoming 2012 London Olympics. The group, which includes...

Tar Heels Finish 4th in Directors Cup
The University of North Carolina's runner-up finish at the College Baseball World Series clinched fourth place for the Tar Heels in the 2006 NACDA Directors...

Tar Heels 8th In Final Directors' Cup Standings
Led by the men's soccer national championship and field hockey's second consecutive national runner-up finish, UNC placed eighth in the final Learfield Sports Directors' Cup...

Rachel Dawson Blog: Finding out our Olympic fate
We give the journey so much. We give it our days that somehow become years. We give it our minds, bodies and souls. We care...

ACC to be well-represented at London Olympics
Opening ceremonies for the London Olympics are a little more than a month away, and already, the ACC is building a large contingent of current...

Tar Heels Excel In APR Numbers
The University of North Carolina had 21 intercollegiate athletic teams exceed the national four-year average in the NCAA's Academic Progress Rate that was released today...

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