UNC Men's Soccer Beats No. 11 Duke On Sunday

Andrew Czech and Quenzi Huerman each scored a goal as the North Carolina men's soccer team (4-0-3, 1-0-2) defeated No. 11 Duke (4-2-1, 1-2-0) Sunday afternoon at Dorrance Field (Highlights). In the 32nd minute, Quenzi Huerman collected a Duke turnover at the top of the box and found the back of the net to give Carolina its first lead of the contest. (

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Cruises Past Appalachian State

UNC Field Hockey exploded for a season-high six goals, all before halftime, to earn a home victory Sunday at Stadium, 6-1 over Appalachian State (Highlights). The Tar Heels improved to 7-1 in the first meeting with the Mountaineers since the 2019 season. Freshman Sanne Hak scored her first and second goals as a Tar Heel. (

Art’s Angle: Spectacular Stretch

It went from a movie we’ve seen before to a record-breaking hit. The Tar Heels shook off what has become a traditional slow start at Pitt and turned their best three quarters of football this season into UNC's first 4-0 record since was 46 in his 10th at UNC and its first win in the Steel City since 2017 when was in the ninth grade. (

UNC defensive back Alijah Huzzie displays versatility in 41-24 victory over Pitt

has a tattoo on his left forearm. It reads “versatile” in big bubble letters, running all the way from his wrist to his elbow. Is Huzzie versatile? His performance in Saturday night's 41-24 win at Pittsburgh — complete with a 52-yard punt return touchdown, 114 all-purpose yards, two interceptions and a pass breakup — certainly indicates it. (Daily Tar Heel)

No. 1 UNC Women’s Soccer Battles to Dramatic Draw with No. 3 Florida State

Many of the positives were outlined for the North Carolina women’s soccer team Sunday afternoon. Quite a bit was accomplished when the top-ranked Tar Heels tangled with third-ranked Florida State. So the outcome just didn’t seem right. The Seminoles scored with two seconds remaining, with the teams ending in a 3–3 tie (Highlights) at Dorrance Field. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Unbeaten UNC moves up in both Top 25 football polls

North Carolina's best start in 26 years has the Tar Heels moving up in the AP Top 25 college football poll. UNC moved up two spots to No. 15 in the latest poll after Saturday’s win at Pittsburgh in the ACC opener for both teams. UNC, which moved up two spots to No. 15 in the Coaches Poll, is off next weekend before hosting Syracuse on Oct. 7. (Tar Heel Tribune)

North Carolina vs. Pitt Postgame Notes

UNC has won seven straight road games (6-0 last season). UNC has the nation’s second longest active streak with seven straight road wins. Two-time defending national champion Georgia has the longest current streak with 11. This is UNC’s first 4-0 start since 1997 and its second since 1983. This is Carolina’s ninth 4-0 start since 1950. (Read More...)

Orlando Magic star Cole Anthony hosting kids' basketball camp to benefit UCF athletes, youth

Kids and teenagers will get the opportunity to ball out with . He is scheduled to host a basketball camp Saturday, with proceeds benefiting UCF student-athlete NIL collective Kingdom NIL and The 50 Ways Foundation. Anthony's organization aims to provide mentorship, experiential learning opportunities and resources for young kids. (Fox 35 Orlando)

Three takeaways from UNC Football's 41-24 road victory over Pitt

t was raining at first, it wasn’t a full stadium, it didn’t have the feel of an important ACC opener, and North Carolina struggled at first. But the No. 17 Tar Heels recovered and made more than enough big plays on Saturday against Pittsburgh to get out of town with a 41-24 victory. Behind big plays from , , and the UNC defense. (

UNC Celebrates Opening of Roper Hall, New Home of School of Medicine

UNC-Chapel Hill officially unveiled Roper Hall, the new 172,000 square-foot home of the university’s School of Medicine, in a special ceremony on Monday night. The building is named for Dr. Bill Roper, dean of the School of Medicine from 2004-2019. Roper also formerly served as both the interim president of the UNC system and CEO of UNC Health. (

No. 1 UNC Women's Soccer Hosts No. 3 Florida State In High-Noon Showdown Sunday

All eyes will be on Chapel Hill this Sunday for a big matchup between No. 1 North Carolina and No. 3 Florida State, two of the lone unbeaten women's soccer teams in the country. The top-5 clash – a rematch of last year's ACC Championship and NCAA Semifinal – will take place at noon at Dorrance Field. The game will broadcast nationally on ESPNU. (

Video: Taylor's Take - UNC Football Responds, Pummels Pitt

from Inside Carolina reports from Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh on Saturday night with his biggest takeaways from UNC Football's 41-24 ACC road victory over the Pitt Panthers to improve to 4-0 for the first time since 1997. (View Video)

Good, Bad and Ugly Report: UNC Football vs. Pittsburgh

Let’s pretend most of UNC's fourth quarter against Pitt didn’t exist and look at this week’s edition of the Good, Bad, and Ugly Report. Good: - The East Tennessee State transfer has raised his game week after week and was rewarded with a pair of interceptions and the go-ahead touchdown on a 52-yard punt return in the second quarter. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Drake Maye’s Toughness Causes Headache For Pitt’s Defense

missed his first offensive snap of the season in the second quarter of North Carolina’s 41-24 win against Pittsburgh on Saturday. In the midst of completing a downfield pass to , Pittsburgh’s Dayon Hayes rocked Maye, leaving him on the ground of Acrisure Stadium with his ears ringing. "Golly, I got hammered," Maye said. (Inside Carolina)

Video: UNC Football Players Post-Pitt Press Conferences

North Carolina defeated Pitt 41-24 on Saturday night in Pittsburgh. completed 22 of 30 passes for 296 yards with a touchdown and also ran for two scores. JJ Jones caught 6 passes for 117 yards. Defensively, had two interceptions and returned a punt for a score. Here is what Maye, Huzzie, Jones, and said afterward. (Tar Heel Illustrated)
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Mitch Trubisky's 2-yard touchdown pass to Bug Howard with 2 seconds remaining caps a 17 play, 63 yard drive in which UNC converted 3 4th downs to knock off Pitt 37-36 in Chapel Hill. Trubisky was 35/46 passing for 453 yards and 5 TDs. Ryan Switzer recorded an ACC record 16 catches for 208 yards.
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