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Name:Matt Doherty
Hometown:East Meadow, NJ
High School:Holy Trinity
Born:February 25, 1962 (58)
Height/Weight:6-8
Position:Forward
Notes:Basketball, 1980 McDonald's All-American
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Podcast: Damion Grant discusses being part of the UNC Basketball family
Former UNC center Damion Grant played for Matt Doherty and Roy Williams and was a member of the 2005 National Championship team. Injuries limited him...

Top 30 UNC Basketball Teams Of All-Time: No. 21 - 1980-81
The 1980-81 Tar Heels were 18-6 at one point and 22-7 a few weeks later. Not exactly what you'd expect from a North Carolina team...

Podcast: Michael Brooker - Transition From Dean to Guthridge to Doherty and More
Former North Carolina forward Michael Brooker ('96-'01) joins the Inside Carolina Podcast to discuss his unique time in Chapel Hill. Brooker was a member of...

Quick Hitters Rewind - UNC vs. Duke (March 3, 1984)
Before this game, Mike Krzyzewski was 1-6 against UNC and Duke hadn’t won in Chapel Hill since 1966. With the win, Carolina completed just the...

Video: UNC vs. Duke In Michael Jordan's Last Game in Chapel Hill
Michael Jordan and Sam Perkins dominated the second overtime period to win their final home game in Chapel Hill in 1984. This game was full...

Matt Doherty Discusses Leadership
Energy. Execution. Being honest. Praising actions you want repeated. Those were some of the keys to success shared by Matt Doherty, the former Notre Dame...

Chansky’s Notebook: Chapel Hill Was Still
The big one in the Big Easy was pretty hard. The 1982 Tar Heels were No. 1 in the country for all but five weeks...

Lucas: March 27 Flashback
It had only been five years, but it felt much longer than that. When UNC met Wisconsin in the 2005 regional final, the Tar Heels...

Matt Doherty Relives UNC, Michael Jordan Win Over Georgetown
In UNC's 1982 title game against Georgetown, Dean Smith said, ‘We’re right where we want to be.’ When we broke the huddle, I think Coach...

Garrison Brooks Closing Strong
You have to go back 22 years to find the last Tar Heel to score 25 points in four straight games. Roy Williams was still...


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