UNC Baseball Walks-Off Boston College Twice, Sweeps Double Header

North Carolina baseball swept Saturday's double header against Boston College with back-to-back walk-offs, both in extra innings (Highlights: Game 1, Game 2). The Tar Heels won the first game 8-7 in the 12th inning with a walk-off single from Michael Busch which was followed up by a 11th inning double from Aaron Sabato to give UNC an 11-10 win in game two. (

No. 3 UNC Women's Lacrosse Beats No. 13 Duke, 19-5, To Clinch ACC No. 2 Seed

No. 3 North Carolina scored seven straight goals midway through the game and beat No. 13 Duke, 19-5, to close the ACC women's lacrosse regular season at Koskinen Stadium on Saturday night (Highlights). Jamie Ortega had six goals and two assists to lead the Tar Heels. Olivia Ferrucci added a career-best five goals, and Katie Hoeg had two goals and fie assists. (

Video: UNC Offensive Line Coach Stacy Searels On Blocking For Air Raid & More

North Carolina offensive line coach Stacy Searles has been well traveled in his career, so he knows what he’s looking at when gauging personnel and how to coach them. Searles met with the media Wednesday at the Kenan Football Center to discuss his position group, how blocking for the Air Raid offense compares to other schemes, and more. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

No. 1 UNC women’s tennis blanks Miami, 4-0, looks to win fourth-straight ACC Championship

After the No. 1 seed North Carolina women’s tennis team rolled through Miami, 4-0, on Saturday, coach Brian Kalbas said he didn’t feel any special pressure. UNC now will compete for its fourth straight ACC championship Sunday. Seniors Jessie Aney and Chloe Ouellet-Pizer would be the only Tar Heels in program history to win four ACC Championships. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Men's Tennis Falls in ACC Semis, Looks Ahead To NCAA Tournament

No. 2 seed Virginia edged No. 3 seed North Carolina 4-3 Saturday at Cary Tennis Club in the ACC Men's Tennis Championship semifinals. The fifth-ranked Cavaliers will meet No. 4 Wake Forest, the tournament's top seed, Sunday for the ACC championship. No. 9 UNC is now 18-5 and awaits announcement of the NCAA Tournament bracket April 29. (

UNC Softball Blanks No. 21 Virginia Tech for Seventh Top-25 Win

Behind Brittany Pickett's fifth complete-game shutout, North Carolina upset No. 21 Virginia Tech, 3-0 on Saturday to begin the ACC Coastal Series in Blacksburg, Virginia (Highlights). The win marks UNC's seventh ranked win of 2019 – the most ranked wins in a single season in program history. Carolina and Virginia Tech will play a doubleheader Sunday. (

UNC Men's Lacrosse Drops Close Contest At No. 11 Notre Dame

The No. 11 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team went on a five-goal scoring run in the second quarter and early in the third quarter to take the lead, going on to beat North Carolina 12-10 on Saturday (Highlights). UNC fell to 7-6 and 1-3 in the ACC. Both teams will play in the ACC Tournament next week at the UNC Lacrosse & Soccer Stadium in Chapel Hill. (

'A special place in my heart': Brad Daugherty gives back to hometown

Black Mountain, N.C. is home to a rich sports history, with several ties to UNC. During the 1970s, began his coaching career at Charles D. Owen High School in Black Mountain, and former Tar Heel basketball standout played for the Warhorses in the early 1980s. Nearly four decades later, Daugherty is still giving back to his home town. (Daily Tar Heel)

With Sylvia Hatchell out, what's next for North Carolina?

People will evaluate what happened with very differently. Some might see it as players and staff standing up to abuses from a coach. Others might see it as millennials and their parents leading the charge against a coach for being tough on them. There are always gray areas, but there's no doubt that coaches must adjust to the times in which they are working. (

Video: Tommy Thigpen Post-Spring Practice Press Conference

North Carolina Co-Defensive Coordinator and Inside Linebackers Coach, , meets with the media on Wednesday to discuss this season's Tar Heels team and what it's been like to witness and be a part of the program's ups and downs over the past 30 years as both a player and a coach. Read More...

Vince Carter aiming for one more NBA season

is known from Daytona Beach to Chapel Hill to Toronto for his high-flying dunks. After facing the Orlando Magic on April 5 – a team he grew up watching and played for – the 42-year-old Carter said he wants to play one more season in the NBA. If the Hawks or another team pick him up next season, it would be his 22nd season, an NBA record. (Daytona Times)

No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis Disposes Of Syracuse In ACC Quarters

Makenna Jones continued her dominance at the ACC Championship in seeing her top seeded North Carolina squad make quick work of Syracuse in a quarterfinals match Friday at Duke's Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center. Jones, the MVP of UNC's 2018 ACC title, knocked off Gabriela Knutson, 6-4, 6-0, to give UNC a 4-0 sweep of the Orange. (

UNC Men's Tennis Advances To ACC Semis With Shutout Of Louisville

North Carolina advanced in ACC Men's Tennis Championship play Friday, beating Louisville 4-0 for the second time in less than a week. The match was played at Duke's Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center due to stormy weather in the area. UNC improved to 18-5 this spring and will meet second-seeded Virginia Saturday at 10 a.m. in the ACC semifinals. (

Ed Davis: An Appreciation

In Game 1 of the first-round of the playoffs between Philly and Brooklyn, outrebounded Joel Embiid, 16-15. There are few in the NBA as hardworking or low drama as . But to anyone who has followed Davis’ career from Chapel Hill to Brooklyn, it comes as no shock that the veteran Tar Heel had a monster night on the glass against a superstar. (Tar Heel Blog)

Lonnie Galloway: Air Raid a 'Skill Players's Dream'

North Carolina wide receivers coach Lonnie Galloway doesn't think it will be hard to sell recruits on the opportunities in UNC's new Air Raid system under offensive coordinator Phil Longo. "I have seen it produce first-round draft picks. I have seen people catch 27 touchdowns in this system. I have seen Biletnikoff finalists in this system. It is a skill player's dream." (Inside Carolina)

North Carolina Baseball Notebook

Although only 17 games remain in the regular season and classes end in a week, the UNC baseball team still has plenty of work to do. UNC still hopes to capture a coveted top eight national seed in the NCAA Tournament. All the while, the Tar Heels will have to navigate the challenges of final exams. But one thing they won't have to worry about is travel. (

North Carolina Football: Tar Heels' 2019 Schedule Analysis

Rebuilding UNC football is going to be a process for . Besides the Coastal Division opponents and the crossover with NC State, UNC will face an ACC opponent in a non-conference game, an SEC foe, one of America's best Group of 5 teams, and the defending national champs. Undoubtedly, they can’t wait to see Mercer in November. (Athlon Sports)

PawSox Pitcher Trevor Kelley’s Journey From “The Berm” to The Mound

The days of serving as a bullpen mainstay date back to Trevor Kelley’s days at Ashley (N.C.) High School. He was a hard thrower who caught the attention of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill after being clocked at 94 miles per hour. “For the longest time, I thought I had no shot to go to North Carolina. I always wanted to go there,” said Kelley. (

Sylvia Hatchell Steps Down as UNC Women's Basketball Head Coach

University of North Carolina Head Women's Basketball Coach has resigned, Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham announced Thursday evening. "The University commissioned a review of our women's basketball program, which found issues that led us to conclude that the program needed to be taken in a new direction." (

Carolina Insider Podcast: Luke Maye Interview, UNC Basketball Banquet, Story Time

On Friday's edition of the Carolina Insider Podcast, hosts Jones Angell and Adam Lucas discuss North Carolina Basketball's end-of-season banquet, and joins the Pod to reflect on his legendary Tar Heel career. Jones and Lucas also delve into the always-entertaining #StoryTime. (
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