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No. 5 UNC Men's Tennis Tops Duke, 6-1

The North Carolina men’s tennis team closed out the regular season Sunday afternoon with a resounding 6-1 win over host Duke, improving its regular-season record to 24-3 and finishing Atlantic Coast Conference play 9-3. Next up for the Tar Heels is the ACC Championships, which run from Wednesday through Sunday at Cary Tennis Park. (GoHeels.com)

Dai Gives UNC Women's Tennis Another Perfect ACC Regular Season

The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team rallied from an early deficit to post a 4-3 win at 16th-ranked Georgia Tech on Sunday at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex. The Tar Heels finish a perfect 14-0 against the ACC for the second-straight season. North Carolina (26-2, 14-0) will be the top seed in next week’s ACC Championships. (GoHeels.com)

No. 5 UNC Men's Tennis Honors Seniors With Win Over Georgia Tech

Friday afternoon in the regular season’s final home match, the fifth-ranked UNC men’s tennis team was determined to earn a win for its seniors. Although they didn’t make it look easy, the Tar Heels ultimately did just that, beating No. 30 Georgia Tech 4-3 at Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center on Senior Day. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Women's Tennis Clinches ACC Regular Season Title

No. 2 North Carolina clinched its fourth-consecutive ACC regular-season title with a dominating 7-0 victory at 28th-ranked Clemson on Friday. UNC extended its winning streak to 14 matches with the sweep of the Tigers. A rare loss from No. 1 Hayley Carter and Whitney Kay in doubles was offset by a clinching win by Ashley Dai and Chloe Ouellet-Pizer . (GoHeels.com)

Seven UNC Programs Honored For Top APRs

The NCAA is honoring seven athletic programs at UNC for placing among the top 10 percent nationally in Academic Progress Rates in their respective sports. The seven Tar Heel squads honored this year include women’s fencing, women’s golf, gymnastics, men’s swimming and diving, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and volleyball. (GoHeels.com)

Seniors Propel No. 2 UNC Women's Tennis To Win Over BC

No. 2 North Carolina’s three seniors went out as winners in their final home match with a 6-1 victory over Boston College on Sunday afternoon. North Carolina (24-2, 12-0 ACC) heads into the final week of the regular season unbeaten in the conference with a two-win cushion over second place Duke, Miami and Georgia Tech. (GoHeels.com)

Chapel Hill Native Joins Tar Heel Tennis Team

Chloe Ouellet-Pizer was ranked No. 1 in the country at the age of 15 in the 18-and-under singles division. A five-star tennis recruit her senior year. Now a Tar Heel and member of the team that claimed the 2015 ITA Division I National Women’s Team Indoor Championship. How does Chloe do it? The key is being single-minded. “My focus is 100% on being the best college player I can be,” she says. (Chapel Hill Magazine)

No. 1 UNC Men's Tennis Falls At Notre Dame

The North Carolina men’s tennis team fell behind 3-0 and finished the evening with a 5-2 ACC loss Friday at Notre Dame. Playing indoors at Eck Tennis Pavilion, the Tar Heels picked up their wins at the No. 2 and No. 3 spots. Top-ranked UNC is now 21-3 on the season and 6-3 in ACC play following the first back-to-back losses this season. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Women's Tennis Rallies Past Virginia Tech

Freshman Chloe Ouellet-Pizer’s come-from-behind singles victory gave No. 2 North Carolina a heart-stopping 4-3 win over 30th-ranked Virginia Tech on Friday afternoon. North Carolina (23-2, 11-0 ACC) extended its winning streak to 13 matches, but was pushed to the brink by a good Hokie squad. With the score knotted 3-all, the match would be decided on court four. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men’s and Women’s Tennis Rewarded for Strong Play

North Carolina men’s and women’s tennis teams have been honored throughout the week for their play after a strong weekend. The No. 1 Tar Heels men’s team split a weekend in Atlantic Coast Conference play with a 4-3 win over No. 3 Virginia on Friday and a loss by the same score to sixth-ranked Wake Forest on Sunday. (Chapelboro.com)

#2 UNC Women's Tennis Downs Wolfpack, 6-1

No. 2 North Carolina won five singles matches in straight sets to earn a 6-1 victory over NC State on Wednesday outside Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center. The doubles point went down to the wire with Carolina’s top-ranked duo of Hayley Carter of Whitney Kay pulling out the opening point with a 7-6 (5) victory over Martina Frantova and Tayla Stenta. (GoHeels.com)

Brayden Schnur Named ACC Men's Tennis Player of the Week

North Carolina’s Brayden Schnur has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Tennis Players of the Week, as announced Tuesday by the ACC. The honor is the second of the season for Schnur, a junior from Pickering, Ontario. Schnur won two singles and two doubles matches last week, all against top-50 opponents. (GoHeels.com)

No. 3 UNC Women's Tennis Sweeps Cardinals 7-0

No. 3 North Carolina remains undefeated in the ACC with a Saturday 7-0 victory over Louisville at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center. No. 1 doubles pair Hayley Carter and Whitney Kay kicked things off with a speedy 6-1 win. The senior-freshman pair Ashley Dai and Chloe Ouellet-Pizer secured the opening doubles point for the Tar Heels with their 6-3 win. (GoHeels.com)

No. 1 UNC Men 's Tennis Earns 4-3 Win Over No. 3 Virginia

The top-ranked UNC men’s tennis team earned its sixth top-10 win of the season Friday, beating No. 3 Virginia 4-3 at Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center. The win over the Cavaliers was UNC’s second of the season but the first at home in a decade. UNC improved to 21-1 overall and 6-1 in Atlantic Coast Conference play with the victory, while Virginia fell to 16-3 and 6-1 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

What Drives Winning?

UNC women's tennis coach Brian Kalbas assigns a different book for his team to read every year. This year's book is Brett Ledbetter's What Drives Winning. Each week, a player is selected to conduct a presentation in front of their teammates and coaches on a chapter. The tradition started four or five years ago with the purpose of keeping the team focused on improving. (GoHeels.com)

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