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Helping Heels Fund To Aid UNC Student-Athletes

UNC Athletics and The Rams Club are launching the Helping Heels Fund – a crowdfunding campaign that allows fans to provide financial assistance to UNC student-athletes facing hardships as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Gifts will directly assist student-athletes and their families with unique expenses as allowed by NCAA regulations. (

Tar Heel Firsts: The first USWNT star from UNC

UNC women's soccer has had a big role in the US Women’s National Soccer Team since the beginning. Legendary UNC coach was the first full-time USWNT coach. He was at the helm when they won the 1991 World Cup with a roster featuring nine Tar Heels. Flash forward to last summer, there were five on the team and two in the starting lineup. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC Honors ACC Top Six For Service Award Recipients

Each year, UNC Athletics selects six student-athletes or teams to receive ACC Top Six for Service Awards, recognizing outstanding community outreach. Honorees for 2019-20 are the UNC men's and women's soccer teams, the wrestling team, Brooke Bauer (swimming), Patrick Lyons (lacrosse), Elizabeth Mitchell (rowing), and (basketball). (

Caleb Pressley: Never In History Has There Been A Better Time To Be A Tar Heel

Sitting here on April 26 looking at what's about to happen in next year in Chapel Hill might be even better than the feeling from all the championships we eventually might win. Last season ticked off and likely ignited a passion to not only make the current guys better, but to exclusively recruit 5-stars until the day he dies. Now, on to football. (Barstool Sports)

Meghan Klingenberg hopeful for eventual NWSL season

Current Portland star, , has been an avid viewer as a student of the game and a player who misses the game. FOX 12 asked if she’s had to apologize to her downstairs neighbors for her living room workouts. “I feel really bad for the neighbors below me because I will be doing squat jumps or whatever and just pounding on the floor,” Klingenberg said. (FOX 12 Oregon)

Monday ACC Network Tar Heel Takeover Schedule

On Monday, April 20, the ACC Network will air 24 straight hours of North Carolina sports programming from midnight to midnight during their "Tar Heel Takeover". Here is the day's schedule, comprised of classic Carolina victories from several UNC sports over the past 20 years. Read More...

UNC Celebrates Outstanding Performances With Rammy Awards

The eighth-annual Rammy Awards had a different look from previous years but recognized the same outstanding level of Tar Heel talent, honoring top performances by UNC student-athletes and teams over the past year. The 2020 edition of the Carolina Athletics awards show took place online, with honors announced on the @GoHeels Twitter account. (

ACC Network To Air All-Day UNC Programming On April 20

ACC Network continues its second week of ACC Network School Takeovers on Monday, April 20. North Carolina will kick off Week 2 on April 20, followed on successive days by NC State, Notre Dame, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest. ACC Network School Takeovers highlights each ACC institution with a full 24 hours of original content. (

A Championship Legacy For UNC Women's Athletics

Of UNC's 52 team national championships, 37 have been won by the women's programs. Female student-athletes have also won 31 of the Tar Heels' 57 individual national titles. Ask any of the head coaches of those programs what it takes to build such a tradition and they'll say hardworking student-athletes with great character. But there are other factors, too. (

How to watch UNC classic sports on ACC Network this week

In a time with no live sports for the foreseeable future, a lot of networks are re-airing old games. The ACC Network is no exception. This week, the focus is on Olympic sports and original programming with a healthy dose of men's and women's basketball. Stay safe, stay at home, and enjoy a wide variety of North Carolina sports this week. (Tar Heel Blog)
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