Alexa Graham Reaches Semifinals At ITA All-Americans

UNC's Alexa Graham advanced to the singles semifinals on Friday at the ITA Women's All-American Championships. Graham, seeded No. 3, was the highest seeded player to reach the quarterfinals after her 6-0, 6-2 win over 16th seed Meible Chi of Duke. On Friday evening, Graham defeated No. 13 seed Christina Rosca of Vanderbilt, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-4. (

UNC Students Carry on Volunteer Legacy with DEAH DAY

UNC students and other members of the campus community gathered last weekend to do some good across the community and remember the life of a former student known for volunteering and helping others. The annual day of service began after Deah Barakat, his wife Yusor Abu-Salha and her sister Razan Abu-Salha were murdered in Chapel Hill. (

UNC Volleyball Holds Block Party, Downs Miami, 3-1

As the nation's top-20 blocking team, North Carolina topped Miami, 3-1, on Friday in Carmichael Arena, highlighted by a season-best 24 total blocks (Highlights). Although nearly breaking a program record of 27 blocks set in 1986, the Tar Heels reset their single-match block assist record with 44. UNC totaled 38 in a match at Duke on Sept. 1, 2016. (

Triangle teams push the tempo in ACC basketball

How do , Mike Krzyzewski, and Kevin Keatts get their teams to play consistently high-scoring games? Williams, whose team topped the ACC at nearly 86 points per game in 2019, says the Tar Heels can’t play fast enough to suit him: "It's hard. The young guys come in, and they get there and find out it's a lot harder to do it than to say it." (WRAL Sports Fan)

Looking forward to baseball at the Bosh? Here's UNC's top 2020 match-ups

The North Carolina baseball team ended the 2019 season falling to Auburn in the final game of the NCAA Chapel Hill Super Regional. They ended the season ranked No. 14 in the nation by Baseball America. With the release of UNC's 2020 baseball schedule, fans can look ahead to several huge matchups in the coming season. Here's what you need to know: (Daily Tar Heel)

As Nassir Little begins NBA journey, a fallen friend is a constant inspiration

When his name was finally called in the NBA Draft, stood up and embraced his father, Harold, and mother, April, before high-fiving and hugging everyone else seated around his table. One friend was notably absent from the intimate group. When the excitement from the whirlwind day died down later that night, Little jumped onto Twitter. (Oregon Live)

With Zion Williamson in the building, Coby White shows off his potential for Chicago Bulls

A number of people who showed up to the United Center on Wednesday were there to see a player on the opposing team. Indeed, didn’t disappoint, but another top ten draft pick was also on the floor, and he wasn’t about to be forgotten. In his second preseason game, showed off the skills Bulls fans hope to see more of. (WGN)

Roy Williams Enjoying Mack Brown's Enthusiastic Return to UNC

Standing in front of reporters at ACC Basketball Media Day, UNC basketball coach didn't hesitate to jump into a football question concerning and his return to the sidelines in Chapel Hill. "It's been crazy, because I love college football. After five games we could have very easily been 5-0 and could have very easily been 0-5." (Inside Carolina)

Lacrosse All-American Chris Gray Finding Smooth Transition in Transfer to UNC

Chris Gray’s first few months in Chapel Hill have gone so well that he struggles to name one difficult part of the transition. His new UNC teammates and coaches have welcomed the heralded Boston University transfer and lacrosse All American with open arms. The facilities are top-notch. He’s excited about his recently declared major in management and society. (US Lacrosse Magazine)

Under the Radar: Javonte Williams one of ACC's most efficient backs

With most of the North Carolina Football headlines dedicated to or freshman quarterback , it seems the production of sophomore running back has flown under the radar. If that’s the case, then he’s due some more recognition. Williams already has two 100-yard rushing performances through six games. (ACC Sports Journal)

LaToya Pringle Celebrates WNBA Title

UNC graduate Sanders helped Washington to the 2019 WNBA Championship on Thursday. Sanders was in the starting lineup as the Mystics beat the Connecticut Sun 89-78. She is the fourth Tar Heel to win a WNBA title, following (Los Angeles, 2002), (Seattle, 2010) and (Indiana, 2012). (

Roy Williams, other ACC coaches learning to live with transfer portal

The movement of basketball players from one program to another has even affected programs like UNC. The Tar Heels lost their first transfer in eight years when left for South Carolina, while graduate transfers and arrived. “It’s part of the game now and that doesn’t mean I have to like it,” said. (Heels Maven)

Carolina Insider Podcast: Sean May on all things Carolina Basketball

Jones Angell and Adam Lucas run through a quick news catch-up on UNC football and basketball. Then, joins the Pod to discuss the upcoming basketball season, UNC Basketball's approach to social media, and how the Tar Heels run an official visit when a recruit comes to campus. Plus: #FiveSecondChallenge, Adam's List, and more. (

Podcast: Dewey Burke, Sherrell McMillan Discuss UNC Basketball

Host Tommy Ashley is joined by former North Carolina point guard and Sherrell McMillan of Inside Carolina to discuss North Carolina Basketball and share their thoughts on all things Tar Heel hoops as and his team prepared for the season opener just three weeks away. (Player FM)

No. 3 UNC Women's Soccer Battles Duke To Scoreless Draw

The No. 3 North Carolina women’s soccer team played through two overtime periods in Durham against No. 11 Duke in a hard-fought 0-0 draw on Thursday night. UNC had an 18-6 shot advantage, yet had a difficult time cracking Duke’s five-player defensive formation. The Blue Devils made the most of their few chances, getting breakaways off counters. (Daily Tar Heel)

Thursday's UNC Baseball Intrasquad Scrimmage Ends In Tie

The Navy squad jumped out to an 8-1 lead before Blue fought back to an 8-8 tie in a seven-inning scrimmage Thursday at Boshamer Stadium. Blue outhit Navy 9-8 but was hurt by five errors. Will Schroeder was 3-4 at the plate for Blue, with Caleb Roberts going 1-3 with four RBI and two runs. Jake Holtzapple was 2-4 with one RBI and one run. (

UNC Basketball and Freshman Interviews

For nearly five decades, UNC Basketball freshmen had not been allowed at these media events, which meant some of the more colorful stories about freshmen's initial college experiences couldn’t come out until during the season. Why was this the case? The answer, is, of course, . Smith did not like that freshmen were eligible to play immediately. (Tar Heel Blog)

Rather that talking trash, Damian Lillard gives Nassir Little some gas

Damian Lillard had a counter to Jr.'s trash talk. The Trail Blazers also have a rookie in who was one of the most well-regarded players in his class before falling at the draft, so rather than responding to the barbs from Porter Jr., Lillard decided to channel that energy into something positive for one of his newest teammates. (Portland Trail Blazers)

Leaky Black is UNC's most important player

To , the most important player on North Carolina’s team isn’t a grizzled veteran with thousands of game minutes or a ballyhooed freshman headed to next summer’s NBA lottery. He’s not a former McDonald’s All-American or finding his name on any pre-season all-ACC teams, but is the quintessential x-factor for the Tar Heels. (Tar Heel Illustrated)
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