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Tar Heels in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (July 31 Update)

The US women's soccer team ( and ) survived a thrilling quarterfinal match against the Netherlands, advancing 4-2 on penalty kicks. Rising North Carolina sophomore Aranza Vazquez advanced to the 3-meter springboard diving final. The US women's rugby team (Naya Tapper) has completed competition and finished sixth. (All Tar Heels)

Tar Heels in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (July 28 Update)

UNC is represented by 12 current students and alumni at the Tokyo Olympics. Seven of the 12 athletes have not yet begun competition. The five who have are women’s soccer players. On the positive side, (Great Britain), (USA), (USA), and Lotte Wubben-Moy (Great Britain) have advanced to the knockout rounds. (All Tar Heels)

12 Tar Heels competing at Olympics: When and where to watch them

A dozen Tar Heels are in Japan to compete in the 2020 Olympics, including three current UNC students and three vying for individual medals. There are two former UNC players on the USA women’s soccer team in and . The United States baseball team features two former Tar Heels in catcher and pitcher Ryder Ryan. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC psychology student heads to Olympics as part of U.S. rhythmic gymnastics team

UNC sophomore Camilla Feeley is ending her rhythmic gymnastics career with a bang as a member of Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics. After dedicating 15 years to the sport, the 21-year-old will be hanging up her ribbons to focus on her academics in Chapel Hill, where she hopes to obtain a degree in psychology. "It was honestly something out of a dream." (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Names New Gymnastics, Women's Golf Coaches

Danna Durante, who led the University of Georgia to three Super Six appearances and is a 20-year college coaching veteran, is has been named the Tar Heels' new Gymnastics coach. Aimee Neff, a former associate head coach at North Carolina, is UNC's new Women's Golf coach. Neff spent the last three years as head coach at Florida Atlantic University. (

Elizabeth Culton Named EAGL Gymnast Of The Week

After a stand-out performance against William & Mary in the Tar Heels' final home gymnastics meet of the season, UNC sophomore earned her second EAGL award of the 2021 season. Culton's impressive career-high all-around score of 39.500 earned her Gymnast of the Week in the final week of EAGL regular season competition. (

Seven Tar Heel Gymnasts Earn All-EAGL Awards

Seven UNC gymnasts were named to the All-EAGL teams after the conclusion of the regular season, the league announced Monday. , Drew Aldridge, Hallie Thompson, Emery Summey, Kate Greene, Brianna Greenlow, and Hannah Nam were each honored. The first team consists of the top eight ranked gymnasts from the regular season. (

UNC Athletics Welcoming Fans Back To Chapel Hill

We've missed having you at UNC sporting events this season. And we're pleased to tell you that beginning this weekend, we are able to welcome more of you back. Under NC Executive Order 195, outside stadiums will be allowed 30 percent capacity and indoor arenas with at least 5,000 seats will be allowed 15 percent capacity beginning Friday, Feb. 26. (

Tar Heels Celebrate National Girls And Women In Sports Day

February 3, 2021, marks the 35th Annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day. Each year, this celebration inspires girls and women to play and be active, to realize their full power. While this year, we are unable to meet in person, we celebrate the rich history and tradition of women's athletics and its 37 national championships at North Carolina. (

UNC Student-Athlete Advisory Council creates voter registration initiative

Despite the uncertainty concerning many details of their upcoming sports seasons, UNC athletes are still finding a way to make their mark. This fall, an athlete-led voter initiative is working toward 100 percent voter registration among eligible athletes on UNC's 28 varsity sports teams. The project is organizing a voter registration drive. (Daily Tar Heel)
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