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No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis Boasts Multiple Winners At Fall Ranked Spotlight

Through two days of women's tennis competition at the Fall Ranked Spotlight at Cary Tennis Park, multiple Tar Heels have advanced in singles and doubles play. In the A1 Singles draw, Carson Tanguilig picked up two wins to advance to the third round. Tanguilig will face the tournament's top-ranked participant in Texas A&M's Mary Stoiana on Saturday. (

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: Sept 18 – Sept 24

North Carolina Women’s Tennis – After hosting the Kitty Harrison Invitational in Chapel Hill and having two individuals win their respective singles bracket, the North Carolina Tar Heels will be traveling to rival NC State for the Wolfpack Invitational. The Wolfpack Invitational is scheduled for Thursday, September 21st through Sunday, September 24th. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC tennis star Fiona Crawley recounts unlikely run at U.S. Open: "I felt like a kid"

had to change her flight and gear up quickly to play against professionals in the U.S. Open a week earlier than expected. These players were older, ranked higher, and did not have schoolwork to keep up with like Crawley, an English and Comparative Literature major. "We were playing women," Crawley said. "I felt like a kid, like, 100 percent." (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Women's Tennis Boasts Three Winners On Opening Weekend

After three days of competition, the UNC women's tennis team boasted two singles-bracket winners and a doubles bracket winner at the Kitty Harrison Invitational. In singles play, Reese Brantmeier defeated Auburn's Selin Ovunc to win the "Navy" singles bracket. In the "White" bracket, Carson Tanguilig won 6-1, 7-5 over Vanderbilt's Bridget Stammel. (

Tar Heels Claim Two Women's Tennis Victories, Advance To Sunday's Finals

Multiple Tar Heels picked up two victories in the Kitty Harrison Invitational on Saturday at the Chewning Tennis Center. In the "Navy" singles pool, Reese Brantmeier advanced to the Finals after she won 6-3, 0-6, 6-3. In the "White" pool, Carson Tanguilig picked up a 6-2, 2-6, 6-1 victory to solidify a spot in the finals as did two UNC women's doubles pairs. (

Multiple Tar Heels Pick Up Day-One Women's Tennis Victories

The UNC women's tennis team began their 2023-24 season Friday hosting day one of the Kitty Harrison Invitational at Chewning Tennis Center. In the "Navy" singles pool, Reese Brantmeier went 2-0 after winning 6-0, 6-2 in the first round followed by a 6-2, 7-6 victory in round two. In the "White" pool, Carson Tanguilig advanced to the third round. (

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: September 11-17

Men’s Golf – The preseason No. 1 team in the country begins its non-championship fall season with a trip to Olympia Fields, Illinois, to participate in the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational in a 3-day tournament that begins on September 15th. Three Tar Heels recently helped the US win the Walker Cup and were named to the Haskins Award Watch List. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Tennis Star Fiona Crawley Speaks Out About Forfeiting U.S. Open Winnings

's stay at the 2023 U.S. Open was short, but fruitful. The 21-year-old North Carolina senior lost in the first round in both singles and doubles, but was awarded significant financial compensation just for making the tournament. However, NCAA rules prevented her from accepting her award, forcing Crawley to give up $81,000 in earnings. (Sports Illustrated)

Rinky Hijikata's US Open Run Ends In Round Of 16

Rinky Hijikata's career-best run as a wild-card entry at the US Open came to an end Sunday in the fourth round at Louis Armstrong Stadium near New York City. American Frances Tiafoe, the 10th-ranked player in the world, beat the 22-year old Hijikata in straight sets. Hijikata's performance likely will propel him into the world top-100 rankings. (

Rinky Hijikata Continues U.S. Open Run Into Round Of 16

Rinky Hijikata's professional star continues to rise. A 2021 All-America at North Carolina, Hijikata displayed poise and confidence that belie his age and advanced to the round of 16 with a win over Zhizhen Zhang of China on Friday afternoon at the US Open near New York City. Hijikata is the first wild card entry to reach the US Open round of 16 in two years. (
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