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No. 10 UNC Men's Tennis Advances To NCAA Second Round Match Saturday vs. Georgia

The 10th-ranked North Carolina men's tennis team advanced in NCAA Tournament play Friday with a shutout win over Navy at Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center. Playing on their home courts, the Tar Heels didn't drop a set on the way to a 4-0 win over the Midshipmen. The first-round win moves the Tar Heels on to a second-round matchup Saturday with No. 18 Georgia. (

Nine UNC Teams Earn APR Recognition Awards

Nine UNC athletic programs have earned NCAA Recognition Awards for outstanding Academic Progress Rates, the NCAA announced on Wednesday. That marks the third straight year UNC has won the most recognition awards among public schools in the ACC and ties Rutgers for the most awards won by any public school in the Power 5 Conferences. (

ACC Names Cameron Morra Top Freshman, Four Earn All-League Women's Tennis Honors

Four-time reigning league champion North Carolina placed four players on the All-ACC Women's Tennis Team, while Cameron Morra was named the league's freshman of the year, as voted on by the ACC's coaches. Makenna Jones and Alexa Graham were honored on the first team, while Sara Daavettila and Morra landed on the second team. (

Program-Record Five Tar Heels Earn All-ACC Men's Tennis Honors

UNC led the league as the ACC men's tennis teams were announced Thursday, with five Tar Heels earning all-conference honors. Junior and sophomore Benjamin Sigouin were named to the first team, freshman Brian Cernoch was named to the second team, and senior Blaine Boyden and junior Josh Peck were third team. (

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 Women's Tennis Returns To No. 1 In National Rankings

Just days removed from a fourth-straight ACC Championship title, the North Carolina women's tennis team moved back to No. 1 in this week's Oracle/ITA Division I rankings. The Tar Heels are riding a 20-match winning streak and boast a nation's best 29-1 overall record. The Tar Heels have been ranked No. 1 on six occasions thus far in the spring. (

UNC Women's Tennis: As Tough As They Come

"Hey, seniors," Alexa Graham shouted. "I've got a question for you. What's it like to lose in the ACCs?" They don't know, not after the Tar Heels beat Duke 4-2 in Sunday's ACC Tournament championship match, giving UNC four straight league titles. They're also the most won by two players, Jessie Aney and Chloe Ouellet-Pizer, in UNC history. (

Video: No. 1 North Carolina Beats Duke To Win 2019 ACC Women's Tennis Championship

North Carolina took home the 2019 ACC Women's Tennis Championship after defeating Duke 4-2. For the Tar Heels, it is their 4th straight ACC Championship and their 10th in program history. As the league champion, UNC secures the ACC's NCAA bid. Read More...

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 . (

No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis Beats Duke To Win 4th Straight ACC Tournament Title

North Carolina would not be denied in winning its fourth consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Tennis Championship on Sunday from Cary Tennis Park. Freshman Cameron Morra, who was named the Tournament's Most Valuable Player, clinched the 4-2 victory over Duke (Highlights) for the Tar Heels' 10th championship in program history. (

No. 1 UNC women’s tennis blanks Miami, 4-0, looks to win fourth-straight ACC Championship

After the No. 1 seed North Carolina women’s tennis team rolled through Miami, 4-0, on Saturday, coach Brian Kalbas said he didn’t feel any special pressure. UNC now will compete for its fourth straight ACC championship Sunday. Seniors Jessie Aney and Chloe Ouellet-Pizer would be the only Tar Heels in program history to win four ACC Championships. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Men's Tennis Falls in ACC Semis, Looks Ahead To NCAA Tournament

No. 2 seed Virginia edged No. 3 seed North Carolina 4-3 Saturday at Cary Tennis Club in the ACC Men's Tennis Championship semifinals. The fifth-ranked Cavaliers will meet No. 4 Wake Forest, the tournament's top seed, Sunday for the ACC championship. No. 9 UNC is now 18-5 and awaits announcement of the NCAA Tournament bracket April 29. (
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