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Historic Weekend For Greg Duncan, Olympic Sports Notes

Competing in the ACC Championships for the first time, freshman Greg Duncan accomplished a feat no North Carolina male diver had achieved in 60 years. Duncan won the three-meter diving competition on Wednesday and the one-meter diving event on Thursday. In doing so, he became the first Tar Heel to sweep the springboard events since 1958. (GoHeels.com)

No. 4 Louisville Pulls Away Late From UNC Women's Basketball

Asia Durr scored 19 points to help No. 4 Louisville rally past North Carolina 67-57 on Sunday. Arica Carter added 14 points for the Cardinals (27-2, 13-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who finished 8-0 on the road in conference play for the second time in four years. Janelle Bailey scored 20 points and Paris Kea had 14 for North Carolina (14-13, 4-10). (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Downed At Georgia Tech, 79-61

A 22-2 first-quarter run by Georgia Tech was the difference in a 79-61 victory over North Carolina on Thursday evening at McCamish Pavilion. Paris Kea scored a team-high 15 points before fouling out for the first time all season for North Carolina. Jamie Cherry had 12 points and Janelle Bailey notched her 10th double-double of her outstanding rookie season. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Supporting Million Meals Challenge On Sunday

The UNC athletic department and Harris Teeter have teamed up in the Million Meals Challenge to support local families in need and to help curb the North Carolina hunger epidemic. UNC Athletics will be collecting any non-perishable donations at the Carolina women's basketball game versus Louisville on Sunday, Feb. 18 at Carmichael Arena. Game time is 2:30 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

Destinee Walker, Stephanie Watts Ruled Out For The Season

North Carolina junior guards Destinee Walker and Stephanie Watts are officially ruled out for the 2017-18 women's basketball season. Both players suffered knee injuries late in the 2016-17 season and will return with two years of eligibility remaining with the Tar Heels. Watts, a preseason All-ACC selection, ranks 10th in program history as a 15.7 points per game scorer. (GoHeels.com)

Janelle Bailey Tabbed as ACC Women’s Basketball Co-Rookie of the Week

The ACC released its women’s basketball weekly honors on Monday, with UNC forward Janelle Bailey recognized as the league’s Co-Rookie of the Week. It’s the sixth time this season Bailey has earned the award this season, as the 6-foot-4-inch native of Matthews, N.C. has proven she will be a force in coach Sylvia Hatchell’s frontcourt for years to come. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Falls To NC State

Aislinn Konig scored 18 points and Chelsea Nelson scored 11 with a season-high 16 rebounds and No. 23 North Carolina State beat North Carolina 73-54 on Sunday. Paris Kea led North Carolina (14-11, 4-8 ACC) with 21 points, Janelle Bailey added 13 and 10 rebounds and Jamie Cherry 11. North Carolina led 15-14 after the first quarter before the Wolfpack broke it open. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Visits NC State Sunday Afternoon

UNC women's basketball begins a two-game road swing Sunday at No. 23 NC State. Tip-off from Reynolds Coliseum is 3 p.m.. The Tar Heels have lost four in a row, while the Wolfpack had its seven-game winning streak end Thursday at Miami. Fans can watch the game locally on Fox Sports Carolinas or streamed on ACC Network Extra and the ESPN app. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Falls To Virginia Tech, 90-74

Virginia Tech tied a season-high with 13 three-pointers on its way to a 90-74 victory over North Carolina Thursday at Carmichael Arena. Paris Kea continued her torrid scoring pace with 20 points to lead the Tar Heels. The Tarboro, North Carolina native is only the fourth player in program history to score 1,000 points in their first two seasons with the Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Celebrate Girls And Women In Sports

The group of girls had attended the event before. Still, when UNC celebrated the 32nd annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) on Sunday at Fetzer Gym, each one arrived just as excited about spending the afternoon with Tar Heel student-athletes from nine women's sports teams. Perhaps the largest crowds formed around the rowing station. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Celebrates Alumni Weekend

When Sylvia Hatchell questioned the UNC women's basketball team's effort, she didn't have to look far for an example of what she's looking for. Over 50 former players and staff gathered Sunday as part of Alumni Weekend. Among them were players from the 1998 team, celebrating the 20th anniversary of their run to the ACC Championship and NCAA Elite Eight. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Olympic Sports Notes

With the return of leading goal scorer Chris Cloutier and top assist-maker Andy Matthews, the UNC men's lacrosse team entered the season featuring another strong attack. Still, someone needed to fill the void created by the departure of Luke Goldstock, who scored 32 goals last season to finish with 120 in his career. That replacement has proven to be junior Timmy Kelly. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Upended By Miami

Despite a game-high 31 points from Paris Kea, North Carolina lost 92-72 to Miami on Sunday in an ACC women's basketball game at Carmichael Arena. Kea's fourth 30-point effort of the season was an efficient outing, making 11-of-16 shots from the field all five of her three-point attempts. She is the first player to score at least 30 points against Miami since 2013. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Hosts Miami Sunday On Alumni Weekend

North Carolina hosts Miami on Sunday at 2 p.m. as part of Alumni Weekend. The Tar Heels are expected to have more than 50 former players back in Chapel Hill. The 1998 team that won the ACC Championship and reached the NCAA Elite 8 will be honored on their 20th anniversary. UNC will wear a brand-new Jordan Brand black uniform combination for the game. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel Trailblazers: Rochelle Small-Toney

The thought of playing for the Tar Heels never entered Rochelle Small-Toney's mind. Yet during her senior year at UNC in 1977-78, she became the school's first African-American women's varsity basketball player. Other firsts followed. During a 35-year career in public service, Small-Toney became Savannah, Ga.'s first African-American and first female city manager. (GoHeels.com)

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Women's Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 57
Louisville: 67
Sun, Feb 18

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Syracuse
Thu, Feb 22, 7:00 ET ACC Network Extra

UNC @ Duke
Sun, Feb 25, 2:00 ET ACC Network Extra

UNC @ TBA
Wed, Feb 28, TBD RSN

Full UNC Women's Basketball Schedule

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ACC Women's Basketball Scoreboard
#9 FSU0
at #20 Duke0
Monday 6:00 PM

Syracuse0
at Pitt0
Monday 7:00 PM

Scores provided by a third-party and may be delayed by a couple of minutes

ACC Women's Basketball Standings
TeamACCOverall
Louisville13-127-2
Notre Dame13-125-2
Florida State10-322-4
NC State10-421-6
Duke9-520-7
Miami9-519-8
Virginia9-516-11
Syracuse7-618-7
Virginia Tech6-817-10
Georgia Tech5-915-11
North Carolina4-1014-13
Wake Forest4-1012-15
Pittsburgh2-1110-16
Boston College2-127-20
Clemson1-1411-17

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