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Tar Heels Celebrate At All-Sports Banquet
Student-athletes on UNC's 28 varsity teams joined with coaches, administrators and staff at the Dean E. Smith Center on?Monday evening to celebrate the year's successes...

Carolina Women's Hoops Celebrates 2009-10 Season At Banquet
The North Carolina women's basketball team celebrated its 2009-10 season with the annual year-end banquet Wednesday night at the Dean E. Smith Center. The players,...

Heels clipped: Gonzaga women use late run to pull past North Carolina
Scoreless for 31 minutes, Gonzaga's Tiffany Shives had 14 of her 16 points in a crucial five-minute stretch of the second half and the seventh-seeded...

Tar Heel women look to prove they belong in the field
Perimeter defense will be a key for North Carolina tonight when the No. 10 seeded Tar Heels take on No. 7 seeded Gonzaga in the...

Tar Heel women on a cold streak
Lately the Tar Heels haven't displayed much good shooting, making just 280 of 736 shots (38 percent) from the field over their past 11 games...

Gonzaga women feel slighted
Seeing a "10" next to North Carolina's seeding is certainly different for everyone associated with the Tar Heels program. It's the lowest NCAA seed in...

North Carolina women will be first-round underdogs
The Tar Heels sweated out an at-large bid after an uncharacteristic seventh-place finish in the ACC before sliding in as the No. 10 seed in...

Tar Heel women earn shot to prove it vs. Zags
A fresh start is something North Carolina is looking forward to as it gets ready to play Gonzaga in the first round of the NCAA...

Area women's teams have diverse NCAA destinations
North Carolina, which was sweating out whether it would receive an at-large bid, is the No. 10 seed in the Sacramento Region and headed to...

UNC Earns At-Large Bid To NCAA Tournament
The UNC women's basketball team was awarded an at-large bid to the 2010 NCAA Tournament and will open play against West Coast Conference champion Gonzaga...

UNC, N.C. State and Duke women going to the big dance
For the first time in two years, no Triangle ACC women’s basketball team was left out of the NCAA tournament. As expected, Duke, which earned...

Tar Heel Women Rout NCCU In Regular Season Finale
Chay Shegog tied a career high with 17 points to lead five Tar Heels in double figures as UNC closed its home schedule with an...

ACC women: Tar Heels take early exit
The North Carolina women’s basketball team will have plenty of time for campaigning. No more games for the next week-plus. The eighth-seeded Tar Heels were...

Tar Heels Fall To Maryland, 83-77
Lynetta Kizer had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead ninth-seeded Maryland (19-11) to an 83-77 win over eighth-seeded North Carolina Thursday afternoon at the...

Heels' rally falls short against Maryland
So much for momentum. The North Carolina women’s basketball team opened Thursday’s first round ACC Tournament game against Maryland with none of the energy or...

Maryland sends UNC packing in first round of ACC Women's Tournament
To say this season has been trying for North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell would be an understatement. Thursday's 83-77 loss to Maryland in the opening...

Lynetta Kizer dooms UNC's late game rally
Foul trouble kept Maryland’s Lynetta Kizer on the sidelines for most of the Terrapins’ opening round game of the ACC Tournament. But her 22 minutes...

Are Tar Heels sleeping giant?
Asked if there is a Cinderella team that looks dangerous entering this week's ACC Women's Basketball Tournament, North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell responded, "Us." The...

ACC Women's Tournament is wide open
"I've been in the league a long time, and this year, it's just absolutely crazy," Coach Sylvia Hatchell of UNC said. "I guess that's what...

Roundabout Route Brings Waltiea Rolle To Chapel Hill
It was a chance meeting, really, when Waltiea Rolle crossed paths with Frank Rutherford on a Nassau street corner four-and-a-half years ago. Rutherford was back...

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