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Yow, Hatchell grateful for Title IX
Title IX has forever changed the world for women. N.C. State athletics director Debbie Yow and UNC head women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell have seen...

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...

A Brief History of the UNC Athletics Web Presence
UNC announced today that the athletic department's website Tar Heel Blue was transitioning over to GoHeels.com as of July 1st. It may appear to be...

Tar Heels In The WNBA - Early Season Update
Five former North Carolina standouts currently occupy positions on rosters in the WNBA, including former world champion Camille Little. Little, who is in her fifth...

Tar Heels Win Carlyle Cup
The University of North Carolina won 11 sports outright and split with Duke in three other sports to win the 2004-05 Carlyle Cup by a...

Connecticut Sun waives former UNC star Jessica Breland
The Connecticut Sun has trimmed its pre-season roster to 13 players by cutting two players, including former North Carolina star Jessica Breland. The 6-foot-3 Breland...

Tar Heels Honor Top Carolina Leadership Academy Participants
The Carolina Leadership Academy celebrated seven years as the premier leadership development program in college athletics on April 11 at its annual year-end banquet. The...

UNC in top 10 of Learfield Cup Directors' standings
The ACC is one of only two leagues with multiple schools in the top 10 and with at least eight schools in the top 45...

UNC Athletics Ranked In Top 5 In Directors Cup
After the winter sports season, UNC is expected to be ranked as one of the five best athletic programs in the country. After the fall...

Tar Heels Celebrate Successes Of 2010-11
University of North Carolina student-athletes, coaches, administrators and staff gathered Monday evening at the Dean E. Smith Center to celebrate the successes of the 2010-11...

UNC No. 8 in most recent Directors’ Cup standings
North Carolina is ranked No. 8 in the latest Directors’ Cup standings, which were released on Thursday. The Directors’ Cup measures the overall excellence of...

Hatchell, McCallie remain grateful to ‘pioneer’ Pat Summitt
Sylvia Hatchell’s first college basketball job was as the junior varsity coach at Tennessee. The varsity coach was her graduate school classmate, 22-year-old Pat Summitt...

Video: UNC jumps around
The University of North Carolina has a lot of athletes -- from basketball to football to volleyball and more. Apparently they like to jump. And...

Carolina Celebrates Success At All-Sports Banquet
North Carolina student-athletes joined with coaches, administrators and staff Monday evening at the Dean E. Smith Center to celebrate the 2011-12 school year and the...

UNC’s Chay Shegog a second-round selection in WNBA draft
UNC center Chay Shegog was playing in a pickup basketball game in Carmichael Arena when she received word that she had been selected by the...

Spurned by NCAA, UNC women decline invitation to WNIT
The North Carolina women’s basketball season has come to an abrupt end after the team decided not to participate in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament...

Tar Heel Women Not Selected To NCAA Tournament
The North Carolina women's basketball team was not selected to the 2012 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament as announced by the Division I Women's Basketball Committee...

Brownlow: One Possession Short
In a game where every possession counted, the Tar Heels came up about an inch short on a Brittany Rountree desperation heave at the buzzer...

Tar Heel Women Fall Just Short vs. Yellow Jackets in ACC Tourney
Tyaunna Marshall scored 21 points and had the go-ahead basket with 1:35 left to help No. 15 Georgia Tech beat North Carolina 54-53 in Friday's...

Tar Heels flip ‘on' button to start women's tourney
With little room for another wayward step,North Carolina’s women’s basketball team started the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament with a statement. The fifth-seeded Tar Heels crushed...

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