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UNC Softball Downs Louisville in ACC Tournament Quarterfinal

Despite trailing by three early, the Tar Heels showed their resiliency to earn the 9-3 come-from-behind win over Louisville thanks to three runs in the third inning and six runs in the fifth in the ACC Tournament Quarterfinal on Thursday (Highlights). With the win, Carolina advances to the ACC Semifinal to face #8 NC State Friday at 1 p.m. in Tallahassee, Florida. (

Six Tar Heels Garner All-ACC Softball Honors

Highlighted by All-ACC first team selections Brittany Pickett and Kristina Burkhardt, six Tar Heels picked up all-ACC honors on Tuesday. Leah Murray, Kiani Ramsey, and Megan Dray were named to the second team while Hannah George was selected to the All-Freshman team to round out UNC's six honorees, the most for UNC since 2008. (

UNC Softball Sets New Program Record in Shutout Win over Louisville

Drawing 14 walks, North Carolina blanked Louisville, 6-0 Friday at Ulmer Stadium, while setting the UNC single-game walk record. The Tar Heels capitalized on Louisville's walks for four runs in addition to a passed ball, RBI-single by Megan Dray, and a ground ball to Kiani Ramsey. Perfect UNC defense kept the Cardinals off the board for UNC's 14th shutout. (

View Contracts of Roy Williams, Anson Dorrance, Mike Fox, and More

The employment contracts containing the salaries of several North Carolina coaches are available to view online, including those of Men's Basketball coach , Women's Soccer coach , Baseball coach , and more. Also included are the coaches' supplemental contracts and licensing agreements with Nike and UNC-Learfield. (

UNC Softball Earns 6-2 Comeback Win over UNCG

Despite falling behind 0-2 in the first inning, North Carolina rallied to a 6-2 win over UNCG Wednesday night in Greensboro, North Carolina. The Spartans scored first on two-run double in the first. However, UNC fought back scoring three runs in the third and fifth innings, highlighted by Kiani Ramsey's second home run of the season to earn the win. (

UNC’s Late Hitting Clinches 3-0 Softball Win Over UNCW

Coming down to the sixth inning, North Carolina broke a scoreless game for the 3-0 shutout victory over UNCW on Tuesday evening (Highlights). RBI-singles by Kristina Burkhardt and Kiani Ramsey gave Carolina the 3-0 edge it would need for the 30th win of the season. Hannah George tossed her fourth complete-game shutout with a career high eight strikeouts. (

UNC Celebrates Year Of Successes At Rammy Awards

North Carolina Athletics celebrated the success of the past year Monday night at the seventh-annual Rammy Awards. Each spring, the evening highlights student-athlete achievement in athletics, academics and outreach, with plenty of laughs and cheers. This year's hosts included field hockey junior Marissa Creatore and men's basketball sophomore . (

UNC Softball Splits Doubleheader at No. 21 Virginia Tech

UNC Softball bounced back from a game one loss in Sunday's doubleheader, to win the series finale over No. 21 Virginia Tech, 8-4 in Blacksburg, Virginia. The Hokies scored in the first three innings of game one to secure the win, 5-0, and force a rubber match on Sunday. However, UNC made key adjustments to pick up an 8-4 win on four extra base hits. (

UNC Softball Blanks No. 21 Virginia Tech for Seventh Top-25 Win

Behind Brittany Pickett's fifth complete-game shutout, North Carolina upset No. 21 Virginia Tech, 3-0 on Saturday to begin the ACC Coastal Series in Blacksburg, Virginia (Highlights). The win marks UNC's seventh ranked win of 2019 – the most ranked wins in a single season in program history. Carolina and Virginia Tech will play a doubleheader Sunday. (

UNC Softball Downs Campbell, 7-2

Behind Hannah George's seventh complete game, North Carolina picked up a 7-2 win at Campbell Wednesday. Capitalizing on eight Camel errors, the Tar Heels scored three unearned runs throughout the game. UNC jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first before extending it to six in the fourth. Brittany Pickett's sac-fly to right concluded UNC's score at seven. (
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