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Fiona Crawley, Carson Tanguilig claim ITA Regional Championship doubles title

On Sunday, the UNC women's tennis team duo of junior Fiona Crawley and sophomore Carson Tanguilig conquered Duke’s Karolina Berankova and Ellie Coleman to take the ITA Regional Championship doubles title in a 6-3, 6-1 bout. This followed four consecutive wins for the pair against George Washington, Wake Forest, Duke, and top-seeded NC State. (Daily Tar Heel)

Fiona Crawley Wins National Championship, Claims Singles Title At ITA All-Americans

Fiona Crawley is a national champion after winning the singles title at the ITA All-American Championships on Sunday at Cary Tennis Park. Crawley dominated one of the top fields in collegiate tennis with a 6-3, 6-2, victory over Kylie Collins of LSU. Crawley joins as the only players in UNC history to win the ITA All-American singles championship. (GoHeels.com)

Cernoch, Seggerman Advance To ITA All-American Doubles Final

UNC graduate students Brian Cernoch and Ryan Seggerman advanced to the doubles final of the ITA All-American Championship with a straight-set win on Saturday afternoon. The Tar Heel duo beat Florida's Tanapatt Nirundorn and Togan Tokac, 7-5, 6-4. Cernoch and Seggerman have gelled quickly in Tulsa in their first tournament as a doubles team. (GoHeels.com)

Fiona Crawley Reaches ITA All-American Singles Final

North Carolina's Fiona Crawley will play for the ITA All-American Championships Main Draw Singles title on Sunday. No. 21 Crawley will face LSU's 24th ranked Kylie Collins in the championship match at 10 a.m. ET. A victory would allow Crawley to join (2013) as the only Tar Heel women's tennis players to capture the All-American singles crown. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Places 3 In Women's Semifinals At ITA All-Americans

North Carolina has placed three of its standout women's tennis players in the Main Draw Singles Semifinals on Friday at the ITA All-American Championships from Cary Tennis Park. UNC junior Fiona Crawley will take on sophomore teammate Carson Tanguilig in one semifinal on Saturday, while senior Tar Heel Anika Yarlagadda faces LSU's Kylie Collins. (GoHeels.com)

More Success For UNC Men's Tennis At ITA All-Americans Thursday

UNC's Ryan Seggerman advanced to the round of 16 in the main singles draw and advanced to the quarterfinals in the doubles draw with Brian Cernoch at the ITA All-American Championships on Thursday. Seggerman advanced to the main draw earlier this week and now has won his first two matches at the event hosted by the University of Tulsa. (GoHeels.com)

Another Incredible Day For UNC Women's Tennis At ITA All-Americans

Cary Tennis Park continues to be a friendly venue for the UNC women's tennis program. Thursday at the ITA All-American Championships, Carolina knocked out the top-three seeds in the Main Draw Singles field and have four players into the quarterfinals. Half the main draw are Tar Heels - Fiona Crawley, Abbey Forbes, Carson Tanguilig, and Anika Yarlagadda. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Continues To Roll At ITA Women's All-American Championship

UNC continues to set the pace at the ITA Women's All-American Championship this week at Cary Tennis Park. The Tar Heels have four in the Main Draw Singles Round of 16, while one doubles pair advanced in the main draw as well. No. 21 Fiona Crawley nearly blanked her opponent Wednesday in a 6-1, 6-0, rout of No. 102 Laia Conde Monfort of Tulsa. (GoHeels.com)

Born & Bred: Tar Heel Firsts

UNC Men’s Basketball First Triple-Double: In the history of Carolina hoops, there have only been two triple-doubles and they happened within two weeks of each other. recorded 18 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 blocks against Miami on Dec. 4, 2000. Two games later, had 16 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists against Buffalo. (Rams Club)

Reese Brantmeier looks to make her mark on UNC women's tennis after U.S. Open run

In August, Reese Brantmeier won the U.S. Tennis Association National Doubles Championship in San Diego, granting her entry in this year's U.S. Open. The next morning, she hopped off a red-eye flight to attend her first day of classes as a 17-year-old freshman at UNC. The No. 1 ranked player in the class of 2022 developed a stellar tennis resume. (Daily Tar Heel)
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