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2 Singles, 1 Doubles Team Reach NCAA Women's Tennis Quarterfinals

UNC women's tennis standouts Sara Daavettila and Cameron Morra reached the quarterfinals and gained All-America honors at the NCAA Singles Championship on Wednesday. Makenna Jones and Morra advanced to the quarterfinals of the Doubles Championship. Daavettila becomes one of only three players in UNC history to reach multiple quarterfinals. (

UNC Strength & Conditioning Honors Top Performers

The UNC Strength & Conditioning staff announced team awards for the 2018-19 school year, recognizing student-athletes from Olympic sports who excelled as part of in-season and out-of-season programs. Blaine Boyden from men's tennis and Marissa Creatore from field hockey – were recognized as their teams' Iron Rams for the third year in a row. (

UNC Men's Tennis Falls To Wake Forest In Final Four

North Carolina's run through the NCAA Tournament bracket came to an end on Saturday afternoon when the Tar Heels fell 4-3 to fourth-seeded Wake Forest in the national semifinals at the USTA National Campus. Ninth-seeded Carolina had pulled off back-to-back upsets to reach the final four for the second time in the past three seasons. (

Carolina Women's Tennis Falls To Stanford In NCAA Semifinals

Stanford proved to be too much for North Carolina in the NCAA Women's Tennis Final Four as the No. 3 seeded Cardinal prevailed 4-2 at the USTA National Campus. UNC finishes with a 33-2 record, the best in program history. The Tar Heels won their fourth-straight ACC Championship and advanced to the finals of the ITA National Indoor Team Championship. (

Comeback Win Sends No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis To Final Four

North Carolina lost the doubles point for the first time all season, but played dominant tennis in singles to earn a spot in the NCAA Final Four with a 4-1 victory over UCLA on Friday. UNC will play Saturday at 2 p.m. against Stanford or Pepperdine. UNC joins the men's tennis program in the national semifinals after Thursday's win over No. 1 Ohio State. (

No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis Hungry for More

Winners of the last four ACC Championships and three ITA National Team Indoor Championships since 2013, UNC has experienced as much, if not more, success than any team in the country over the last seven seasons. Ranked No. 1, they'll likely continue that streak this season. Still, one thing has eluded the program: An NCAA Team Championship. (

UNC Men's Tennis Upsets Top-Seeded Ohio State To Reach Final Four

For the second time in program history, North Carolina is headed to the men's tennis final four. Friday at the USTA National Campus, the ninth-seeded Tar Heels took a 3-0 lead then held on for a 4-2 upset of top-seeded Ohio State. Sophomore Benjamin Sigouin capped a pressure-packed evening with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 win on Court 2 to clinch the victory. (

UNC Men's Tennis Headed To NCAA Quarterfinals After Historic Win At USC

North Carolina claimed an historic men's tennis win Saturday, beating host Southern California 4-1 to advance to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for the fifth time in the past six years. It was UNC's first-ever win over the Trojans, 21-time NCAA champions, and the first time any team has beaten USC on its home court in an NCAA Tournament match. (

Next Stop Orlando For No. 1 North Carolina Women's Tennis

The Tar Heels are headed to Orlando after surviving a scare from Oklahoma State in an NCAA Women's Tennis Team Super Regional match at Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center. It was junior Makenna Jones that won in comeback fashion to seal a 4-2 victory for North Carolina, the No. 1 ranked team in the nation and the second seed in the tournament. (

Tar Heels exceed national average in Academic Progress Rate in 23 sports

The 15 teams which registered perfect 1000s for 2017-18 in UNC’s single-year Academic Progress Rate include women’s cross country, men’s and women’s fencing, men’s and women’s golf, gymnastics, men’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, women’s tennis, women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, and wrestling. (
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