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Weekend Watch: February 1-3

Men's Basketball hosts Virginia Tech Saturday at noon. P.J. Hairston, who had first-half 14 points before leaving the Boston College game with a concussion, is unlikely to play. Women's Basketball takes on Duke Sunday at 1 as Sylvia Hatchell goes for win #900. That game is available on ESPNU. (Tar Heel Monthly)

Weekend Watch: January 25-27

Men's basketball looks to keep a good thing going with a trip to Raleigh to take on N.C. State Saturday at 7. That game is on ESPN, and the College Gameday crew will be at PNC Arena all day. Carolina Baseball begins the 2013 season on February 15. They're ranked atop Baseball America's preseason poll. (Tar Heel Monthly)

Weekend Watch: January 18-20

Men's Basketball hosts Maryland at noon on Saturday on ESPN. Prior to the varsity game, you can catch JV men's basketball taking on Davidson County Community College. Rasheed Wallace, who's been dealing with an acute stress reaction in his left foot, says his season is not done. (Tar Heel Monthly)

Tony Waldrop was Ahead of the Curve

Though UNC-Chapel Hill’s athletic department released a new strategic plan for redefining the interaction between collegiate sports and academics Wednesday, several Carolina athletes have been ahead of their time in this regard. Tony Waldrop provides a particularly sterling example. A former NCAA and World Record holder for the indoor mile (a blistering 3:55), he competed, coached, earned a degree in political science at Carolina before completing his Masters and Ph.D. in physiology. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Athletics: 2012 Year In Pictures

Enjoy and remember 2012 in Carolina athletics with this video compiled of images by staff photographer Jeffrey A. Camarati. The video features images from all 28 varsity sports at UNC with a look back at the 2012 women's soccer national championship, memorable moments from men's basketball, field hockey's run to the title game, and other showcases of Carolina's talented family of student-athletes. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel Year in Review

October 27th - The long nightmare against NC State ends. UNC rallies from down 35-25 to tie the game late in the fourth quarter. After forcing a three and out with less than a minute left, Giovani Bernard cemented his place as a Tar Heel legend with a 74-yard punt return for a touchdown to give the Heels the win and break a five game losing streak against the Wolfpack. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: Olympic Gold Medalist Allen Johnson returns to UNC to finish degree

North Carolina alum Allen Johnson, a seven-time world champion and 1996 Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter hurdles, discusses his return to UNC and the importance of completing his degree: View Video...

UNC leads Director’s Cup standings...at least for now

North Carolina stands atop the Division I Director’s Cup standings after the first six NCAA championships that have been decided this fall. The Tar Heels forged their lead in the competition to determine the nation’s all-around sports champion on the strength of a national championship in women’s soccer and a runnerup finish in field hockey. (Wilmington Star News)

UNC Takes Lead In Directors' Cup

After the completion of six NCAA Championships, the University of North Carolina has taken the lead in the Division I Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings. UNC has scored a season high 292.00 points, capturing the women's soccer title, finishing runner up in women's field hockey, fifth in men's soccer and 32nd in women's cross country. (GoHeels.com)

UNC 14th In Directors' Cup Standings

North Carolina is 14th in the first set of fall Division I Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings, released this week. Carolina is third in the ACC in the first rankings, trailing No. 3 Florida State and No. 12 Virginia. Carolina's 115 points were powered by its second-place national finish in field hockey and a 32nd-place finish by women's cross country. (GoHeels.com)

Weekend Watch: November 9-11

Men's Basketball opens the season with two home games this weekend: Gardner-Webb on Friday at 7 (RSN), and Florida Atlantic at 2:30 Sunday (ESPNU). The Florida Atlantic game is part of the EA Sports Maui Invitiational. If you get get to Friday's game early, you can cheer on JV men's basketball as they take on Milligan College. (Tar Heel Monthly)

Weekend Watch: November 2-4

Men's Tennis plays in the "Big Jim" Russell Invitational in Chapel Hill all weekend. Carolina field hockey continues play in the ACC Tournament Friday, with the championship set for Sunday at Henry Stadium. Volleyball hosts Miami Friday at 7 and Florida State Saturday at 5. Cross country is in Raleigh for the Three Stripe Invitational on Saturday. Wrestling is at the Hokie Open in Roanoke, Va. on Sunday as well. (Tar Heel Monthly)

Kendra Schaaf Wins ACC Cross Country Championship

Senior Kendra Schaaf capped a big weekend in UNC sports by winning the women’s individual title at the ACC Cross Country Championship at Clemson. Schaaf dominated the field of 104 runners to win the 6,000-meter race in a time of 19:45.3, 25 seconds ahead of her next competitor. (Chapelboro.com)

Weekend Watch: October 26-28

Football hosts N.C. State Saturday at 12:30 on ACC Network. Thursday, I checked in with Tommy Davis on his tackle of T.A. McLendon in the 2004 game. Adam has his top three wins and bottom three losses in Carolina/State games. Lauren detailed the trouble UNC's had moving the ball on the ground against the Wolfpack. If you're going to the game, be sure to check the weather. (Tar Heel Monthly)

Weekend Watch: October 12-14

Basketball's Late Night with Roy is back for the tenth year. The event begins at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Dean E. Smith Center. If you can't make it, you can watch on ESPN3. Carolina Football travels to Miami for a 2:30 p.m. Saturday kickoff. Larry Fedora has embraced a policy of focusing on his own team's preparation rather than worrying too much over the opponent. (Tar Heel Monthly)

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