UNC Women's Basketball Players Broaden Experience With Study In Europe

Two members of the UNC women's basketball team began the summer with study abroad experiences through the Kenan-Flagler Business School. , who just finished her first year in UNC's MBA program, and , a rising senior in the undergraduate business program, are currently in Europe with UNC classmates and professors. (

North Carolina's Baseball Game At UNCW Tuesday Canceled

Due to UNCW's travel difficulties Sunday and Monday, the baseball game between North Carolina and UNCW scheduled for Tuesday, May 17, in Wilmington has been canceled and will not be rescheduled. The Tar Heels will close out their regular season with a three-game series against Florida State, beginning Thursday at 6 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium. (

UNC Baseball Enhances Postseason Resume With Series Victory Over Wake Forest

Coming off a critical series win at NC State, North Carolina took another significant step toward solidifying its NCAA Tournament standing this weekend at Boshamer Stadium, taking two of three games against Wake Forest. Coach took the time Sunday evening to speak over the phone and discuss his team’s second straight series victory. (Boshamer Bulletin)

Tar Heels in NBA: Reggie Bullock advances to first conference finals but Cam Johnson's season ends

For the first time in his career, will play in a conference finals series, which means will be denied a second consecutive trip to the Western Conference finals. In one of the most improbable beatdowns in the history of NBA Game 7s, the visiting Dallas Mavericks rolled to a 123-90 victory over the No. 1 seed Phoenix Suns. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Desmond Evans Back Home Again

After two years playing in a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker role, in which began most snaps standing upright, he is back in his comfort zone: hand on the ground, getting around offensive tackles, and making a bee-line toward quarterbacks. That is the junior’s job now for UNC’s football team, and it’s one he's thrilled to embrace. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Minnesota Vikings RB Ty Chandler reflects on transfer from Tennessee to UNC

Former UNC and Tennessee running back reflected positively on his college experience, while explaining how transferring helped him. "It has taught me the beauty of hard work and speaking stuff into existence and watching stuff come to fruition. It has been a process, but with every step I've gotten better along the way and met great people." (247 Sports)

UNC Baseball Drops Series Finale To Wake Forest

The Diamond Heels were unable to complete the three-game sweep of Wake Forest on Sunday afternoon as the Demon Deacons took the series finale 11-2 at Boshamer Stadium, snapping Carolina's five-game winning streak. UNC (31-19, 12-15) scored both of its runs off solo home runs; to lead off the first and in the eighth. (

Top-ranked UNC women's lacrosse dominates Virginia, 24-2, in NCAA Tournament

What does domination look like? UNC scored the game’s first 13 goals and the last 11, dominating draws early in a 24-2 victory at Dorrance Field behind ’s four goals and five assists (Highlights). That was the most goals in an NCAA tournament game in program history. UNC (19-0) advances to face Stony Brook in Thursday's quarterfinals. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Undrafted Tomon Fox has Lawrence Taylor in his corner as he attempts to impress Giants

The undrafted Giants free agent linebacker out of North Carolina smiled when he read the text to The Post from : "I know he’s hard core and not being drafted will make him work harder. He is a solid player from what I’ve seen!!" "That means a lot coming from him," said. "I actually met him before the (UNC vs. Georgia State) game." (New York Post)

No. 1 UNC Women's Lacrosse Opens NCAA Tournament vs. Virginia On Sunday

The No. 1-ranked UNC women's lacrosse team (18-0) begins NCAA Tournament play at Dorrance Field on Sunday, May 15 at noon against Virginia. UNC is on an 18-game winning streak, the third-longest in program history, and enters the NCAA Tournament having won the ACC regular season and tournament championships for the second straight year. (

Ten-Run Inning Gives UNC Baseball Fifth Straight Victory

The red-hot Diamond Heels bats stayed that way Saturday against Wake Forest, as North Carolina scored 12 runs for the third time in four games in a blowout win over the Demon Deacons. It was UNC’s fifth straight win and eighth in its last nine games (Highlights). opened the scoring in the third, belting his 15th home run of the season. (

UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham gets raise in salary, doubles some incentives

UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham’s new 5-year contract runs through June 2027, with a bump in base salary and an increase that more than doubles his longevity incentives. Cunningham, who has presided over UNC sports since 2011, has a new salary of $814,868, up nearly $75,000, according to information publicly released on Friday. (Burlington Times News)

UNC Men’s Tennis Falls To No. 2 Florida In NCAA Tournament

The UNC men’s tennis team’s season came to an end Friday in Florida, as the No. 2 overall seed Gators ousted the Tar Heels in the round of 16, 4-0. This is the second straight tournament in which UNC has fallen in the round of 16. Despite the loss, the Tar Heels end the season with a solid record of 18-9, having won 10 of 13 matches down the stretch. (

New York Giants offensive lineman Joshua Ezeudu destigmatizes stutter on journey from UNC to NFL

Growing up, had low self esteem because he stuttered. "I just want to be a role model, not even for children, but for everybody who has a stutter or an issue keeping them from being normal," Ezeudu said. As a kid, Ezeudu said he couldn’t recall a star athlete with stuttering problems. "Yes, I do stutter and I’m not going to hide it at all." (WRAL Sports Fan)

Top 40 UNC football and basketball players of all time: No. 29 - Larry Miller

was a huge part of building UNC into a prominent program. He was two-time ACC Player of the Year in 1967 and 1968 and two-time All-America. He was one of the keys in the Tar Heels reaching the Final Four in both seasons. Miller won the ACC Tournament MVP in 1967 and 1968 and was the 1968 ACC Male Athlete of the Year. (Tar Heel Illustrated)
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