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Fiona Crawley Named To 2024 USTA Collegiate Summer Team

On Wednesday, the United States Tennis Association announced that North Carolina's was selected to the 2024 USTA Collegiate Summer Team. The USTA Collegiate Summer Team is composed of the top 12 American college players from the men's and women's ranks. Crawley continues to accumulate accolades after her historic UNC career. (

UNC Women's Tennis Lands Seven Individuals On All-ACC Teams

Seven Tar Heels received ACC postseason women's tennis honors for their performances on the court in 2024. In singles awards, senior's and along with sophomore Reese Brantmeier were named to the First-Team. Anika Yarlagadda was named to the Second-Team and Carson Tanguilig was named to the Third-Team. (

Fiona Crawley, Elizabeth Scotty Named To CSC Academic All-America Team

North Carolina women's tennis All-Americans and have been named to the 2023-24 College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-America Team. Scotty was named to the first team while Crawley was named to the second team. Scotty finished with a 3.85 cumulative GPA. Crawley finished with a 3.73 cumulative GPA. (

Five UNC Women's Tennis Standouts Named ITA All-America

For the second straight season, Reese Brantmeier and earned All-America status in singles and doubles, announced by the ITA. and Carson Tanguilig were also named ITA All-Americans in doubles while Anika Yarlagadda was a singles All-American. Crawley has been named an All-American six times in her UNC career. (

UNC Women’s Tennis Star Elizabeth Scotty Named Assistant Coach at Tennessee

, who wrapped up her five-year college career with the UNC women’s tennis program this month, will join Tennessee women’s tennis as an assistant coach next season. “ is arguably one of the best to ever play at UNC,” said UNC head coach Brian Kalbas. Scotty posted an 83-16 singles record and a 73-16 doubles record. (

UNC finishes school year with ACC-high six conference titles

North Carolina finished the ACC’s final athletics year as a 15-school conference with six conference titles, the most of any school in the league, ending a 44-year drought in fencing and a 39-year drought in men’s cross country. The Tar Heels won titles in men’s cross country, field hockey, men’s indoor track & field, fencing, men’s golf and women’s tennis. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Athletics Dominate Duke in the 2023-2024 Cycle

UNC either beat, tied, or split the series with Duke in the following: Field Hockey: UNC won 2-1. Volleyball: UNC won the series in five sets (3-2). Men’s Soccer: UNC won 2-1. Women’s Soccer: Tie. Football: UNC won 47-45 in double-overtime. Wrestling: UNC won 41-9. Men’s Basketball in Chapel Hill: UNC won 93-84. Men’s Basketball in Durham: UNC won 84-79. (Carolina HQ)

2024 UNC Women's Tennis Season Comes To A Close

Thursday at the NCAA Doubles Championship, UNC Women's Tennis saw its final doubles team drop its match. and Carson Tanguilig fell to Pepperdine's Broadus and Tjen in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship. Coach Brian Kalbas and Co. will graduate six seniors with a combined two ACC titles and a national championship. (

Fiona Crawley, Carson Tanguilig Secure Spot In NCAA Doubles Quarterfinals

After Wednesday's round of 16 of the 2024 NCAA Singles and Doubles Championship, UNC saw its top doubles team advance to the quarterfinals. and Carson Tanguilig defeated Florida State's Allen and Bissett to advance. All-American Anika Yarlagadda, the final Tar Heel left in the singles championship, fell in her third round matchup. (

Anika Yarlagadda Earns Tennis All-American Status; Fiona Crawley, Carson Tanguilig Advance

Three Tar Heels continued play in the NCAA Singles Championship on Tuesday while a pair of UNC duos competed in the Doubles Championship. Anika Yarlagadda claimed a 6-0, 6-1 victory over Carolyn Ansari (Auburn) to advance to the round of 16 and earn All-American status. and dropped their second-round singles matchups. (
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