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Carolina Rundown: November 3

John Henson had six points and seven rebounds on Friday. Ty Lawson had 25 points and five assists on Saturday. Harrison Barnes had 15 points on Saturday. Brandan Wright had 12 points on Saturday. Tyler Zeller had eight points and four rebounds on Saturday. Ed Davis, an early bright spot for the Lakers, had 13 points and six rebounds on Saturday. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Rundown: October 31

CBSSports.com ranks Marcus Paige the No. 3 player in college basketball. Brandan Wright had 14 points for the Mavericks. Mentioned earlier this week the reception Roy Williams got in Lawrence, and here's the video of both the fan reaction and his speech (note his tie). Women's basketball begins the season ranked 13th in the preseason AP poll. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Rundown: October 27

If you only read one story today, this is an inspirational one about Kaitlin Morelli, the daughter of longtime football equipment manager Dominic Morelli. The Warriors waived James Michael McAdoo. Giovani Bernard had 45 yards rushing and a touchdown. Quinton Coples had seven tackles and 1.5 sacks (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Rundown: October 21

It's sounding like James Michael McAdoo has a very real chance of making the Warriors. Raymond Felton is making some progress from his ankle injury. John Henson had a double-double (11/10) last night, and Kendall Marshall added six points and five rebounds. P.J. Hairston had 11. Julius Peppers is being credited as the missing piece in Green Bay. (GoHeels.com)

Lucas: Tar Heels Relish Big Weekend

The national polls took notice of Carolina's weekend success. Three programs are now in the national top ten (field hockey at No. 1, men's soccer at No. 3 and women's soccer at No. 10) with football still in the top-25 of the coaches poll. After watching from afar last weekend, Tar Heel fans will get an opportunity to see most of the fall teams at home this weekend. (GoHeels.com)

Jamie Loeb a step closer to US Open bid

Jamie Loeb had her fair share of success during the 2013-14 season as a freshman on the North Carolina women’s tennis team. The New York native earned a program record 53 wins in her first year while leading UNC to the NCAA Tournament finals against UCLA. She was also honored as both the ITA National College Player of the Year and ACC Player of the Year. (Daily Tar Heel)

Jamie Loeb Wins American Collegiate Invitational

North Carolina All-America Jamie Loeb added another item to her trophy case on Saturday by winning the inaugural American Collegiate Invitational at the US Open held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. For the third-consecutive day, the local product of Ossining, N.Y., won in straight sets to capture the title. (GoHeels.com)

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 2

No. 2: Carolina 4, Stanford 3 - Women's Tennis, May 19, 2014: In 11 seasons since arriving in Chapel Hill, Brian Kalbas has built the Carolina women's tennis program into a national power. He took the 2005 Tar Heels to the national quarterfinals in his second season, and his top doubles tandem of Sara Anundsen and Jenna Long won the 2007 NCAA doubles title. (GoHeels.com)

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 6

No. 6: Carolina 4, Georgia 2 - Men's Tennis, May 16, 2014: Imagine facing UCLA at Pauley Pavilion in the Final Four. Or playing LSU at Alex Box Stadium in the College World Series. The advantage for the home team in those scenarios would be incredible. But when Carolina faced Georgia in the round of 16 of the NCAA Men's Tennis Championship, that was exactly the tall task ahead of the Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 15-No. 11

No. 13: Carolina 4, Virginia 2 - Baseball, April 20, 2014: A young Carolina squad had gone toe-to-toe with the top-ranked Cavaliers in the first two games of a midseason ACC series, falling 3-2 and 3-1 before entering the Easter Sunday finale with hopes of avoiding a sweep. The Tar Heels did just that due in large part to their two most consistent performers of 2014 - Michael Russell and Reilly Hovis. (GoHeels.com)

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 20-No. 16

No. 16: Carolina 45, Virginia 14 - Football, Nov. 9, 2013: The first chapter of Ryan Switzer's legendary freshman season was written against Virginia. With Carolina leading 14-0 in the second quarter, Switzer muffed a punt, picked it up and took it 85 yards for a touchdown. Marquise Williams threw for a touchdown, rushed for another and caught one from wide receiver Quinshad Davis. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Finishes Fourteenth in Director's Cup Standings

UNC finished fourteenth in the final 2013-2014 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings, the National Association of College Directors of Athletics announced Friday. Carolina compiled a total 976 points, led by the women’s tennis team with a second-place finish of 90 points. (Chapelboro.com)

Jamie Loeb Named National College Tennis Player Of The Year

North Carolina's Jamie Loeb has been named the 2014 ITA National College Player of the Year, the ITA announced on Wednesday. Loeb, a freshman, wrapped up an impressive season with a 53-4 singles record, including a 19-1 mark in the fall. Her 53 wins are the most in program history for the North Carolina women's tennis program. (GoHeels.com)

UNC men's, women's tennis teams conclude seasons

Just hours after losing the national championship to UCLA, junior Caroline Price and her teammates had to get right back at it. “We were all in the lobby the morning before, just looking at each other, feeling kind of dead,” she said. (Daily Tar Heel)

Former UNC Tennis All-American Nicholas Monroe Making Moves At French Open

Former North Carolina men’s tennis player Nicholas Monroe claimed a 6-3, 7-5 first round victory over Slovak Martin Klizan and Austrian Dominic Thiem alongside his doubles partner Simon Stadler Tuesday at the French Open in Paris. The Chapel Hill resident and 2004 graduate of the University will now face the thirteenth-seeded pair of Dutchman Jean-Julian Rojer and Romanian Horia Tecau in the second round along with his playing partner. (Chapelboro.com)

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