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Katie Bowen & Satara Murray Earn Soccer All-America Honors

Senior Satara Murray and junior Katie Bowen have been honored with selections to All-America Teams in the past few days. Bowen won first-team honors from BennettRank, joining a distinguished group of 10 other student-athletes on its 11-person squad. Murray was named to the third-team All-America squad tapped by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Rundown: December 8

Friday: Huge night for Tyler Zeller, with 24 points and 14 rebounds. Kendall Marshall put up 20 points and four assists in 24 minutes. Danny Green scored 16 points. Ty Lawson had 14 points and 10 assists. Wayne Ellington scored 11. Marvin Williams had nine points and five rebounds. Eight points and four rebounds for Brandan Wright. Ed Davis had six points and nine rebounds. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Soccer Eliminated By UCLA On Penalty Kicks

Earl Edwards Jr. saved Warren Marshall’s penalty in the eighth round of a shootout to send No. 2 seed UCLA through to the NCAA Men’s College Cup after a 3-3 draw with North Carolina Saturday at Drake Stadium. UNC, which played more than 90 minutes with 10 men after a straight red, rallied from a 3-1 second-half deficit on goals by Tyler Engel and Andy Craven to force penalties. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Rundown: December 4

The Independence is becoming a popular forecast for the Tar Heels. Andrew Miller is poised to become the highest paid non-closer reliever in baseball history. Danny Green had 20 points and 10 rebounds Wednesday night. Kyle Seager is a $100 million role model for how to succeed. UNC women's basketball travels to Rutgers at 7 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Rundown: December 3

There's already talk of Marcus Paige and UNC making a return trip to the state of Iowa next year. The youth clinic, which is always a fun day, will be on Dec. 31. 24 points and 13 assists for Ty Lawson last night. Another double-double for Harrison Barnes, who had 14 points and 12 rebounds. Tyler Zeller got another start and contributed eight points and three rebounds. (GoHeels.com)

Stone Bridge’s Emily Fox commits to play soccer at UNC

Emily Fox knew she was far from the only high school player who had North Carolina on her short list of dream schools for women’s soccer. But as she engaged in conversations with current players and coaches, Fox realized it wasn’t just UNC’s 21 NCAA championships (and one pre-NCAA title) or the legendary alums who caught her attention. (Washington Post)

Carolina Rundown: December 1

Great Denver debut for Connor Barth, as he tied a franchise record and went 5-5 in his first game as a Bronco. A big win for women's basketball over Stanford. Marcus Paige will renew acquaintances with some AAU teammates on Wednesday. P.J. Hairston scored 15 off the bench for the Hornets on Saturday. The Bucks suddenly decided to play Kendall Marshall, and he had nine points and eight assists. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Soccer Advances To NCAA Quarters With 2-1 Win Over Clemson

Rob Lovejoy scored twice for North Carolina in the 2-1 victory over seventh-seed Clemson in the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship third round match on Sunday. North Carolina (15-5-1) reaches the NCAA Quarterfinals for the sixth time in the last seven years. UNC will play the winner of the match between No. 2 seed UCLA and 15th-seed California that begins at 10 p.m. ET. The quarterfinal match will take place either Dec. 5 or 6. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Rundown: November 26

12 points and eight rebounds for Harrison Barnes. Ty Lawson had 20 points and 12 assists and also did this to Kirk Hinrich. The first edition of the SI power rankings includes plenty of good stats and info. Men's basketball faces Butler at noon on ESPN2. Volleyball hosts Duke at 2 p.m. The Broncos signed Connor Barth. (GoHeels.com)

Satara Murray ends unforgettable women's soccer career

As the announcer at Fetzer Field counted the clock down to zero during the North Carolina women’s soccer game Sunday in the third round of the NCAA Tournament, senior defender Satara Murray stopped in her place on the field and reluctantly lowered herself to the grass. The number next to UNC on the scoreboard read zero. The number next to South Carolina read one. (Daily Tar Heel)

Carolina Rundown: November 24

Friday: Danny Green had 18 points. Harrison Barnes had 14 points and 11 rebounds. Saturday: Brandan Wright had 14 points and 11 rebounds. Green had 21 points and seven rebounds. Sunday: Ty Lawson had 18 points and 16 assists. Tar Heels all over this highlight from Sunday, as Ed Davis blocks Lawson, and Wayne Ellington finishes it with an emphatic slam. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Sports Weekend Offered Up Plenty

With fall sports conducting NCAA playoffs and basketball season now in full swing, it was an eventful weekend for Tar Heel athletics. UNC athletes experienced both the thrill of victory and the bitter taste of defeat. The UNC men’s and women’s basketball teams have hit the road with desirable final destinations. The men are Bahamas bound, while the women are headed to Hawaii. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Men's Soccer Advances Past Charlotte 2-1 in NCAAs

Tyler Engel scored both goals for North Carolina, including the game winner with 1:14 left in the second half, to push the Tar Heels past host and 10th-seeded Charlotte, 2-1, in the second round of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship. North Carolina (14-5-1) will play either seventh-seed Clemson or Coastal Carolina next Sunday, Nov. 30 in the third round. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer Falls to South Carolina in NCAA Tournament

Third-seeded South Carolina got a first half goal from Raina Johnson to prevail against second-seeded North Carolina 1-0 in NCAA Tournament third round action Sunday at Fetzer Field. With the victory, the Gamecocks advance to the NCAA quarterfinals. South Carolina improved to 14-5-5 on the season with the victory while the Tar Heels saw their season end at 14-4-2. (GoHeels.com)

Anson Dorrance declares innocence in academic scandal

Anson Dorrance’s new book looks like any other. A black and blue cover, spiral-bound like a notebook — it fits right in with the hundreds of other books piled up around his office. But this one is different. This one is more than just words on a page. This one is 131 pages worth of wrongdoings, detailing nearly two decades of poor decisions at the University of North Carolina. (Daily Tar Heel)

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