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RJ Davis Among Four Tar Heels To Earn 2024 ACC Postgraduate Scholarship Award

Four Tar Heels have earned 2024 Weaver-James-Corrigan-Swofford Postgraduate Scholarship Awards, as announced on Monday by the ACC. Ahmad Al-Qaq (soccer), Reilly Tran (tennis), (tennis), and (basketball) are among the ACC's 51 honorees. Each recipient will receive $9,000 toward his or her graduate education. (GoHeels.com)

No. 8 UNC Women's Tennis Fends Off Miami; Wins 4-3

In a four hour battle that came down to a third set tiebreak, No. 8 UNC Women's Tennis fended off the No. 33 Miami Hurricanes, 4-3. In singles play, Reilly Tran won in straight sets. Abbey Forbes, Thea Rabman, Carson Tanguilig, and Anika Yarlagadda each went to third sets. Carolina will return to Chapel Hill with its first 2-0 ACC weekend of the season. (GoHeels.com)

No. 8 UNC Women's Tennis Picks Up Season's First Outdoor ACC Victory At Florida State

In its first ACC outdoor match of the season, No. 8 UNC Women's Tennis (8-2) quickly put themselves in position to get back in the win column against No. 33 Florida State. The Tar Heels defeated the Seminoles 5-2 in Tallahassee on Friday. In singles play, and Reilly Tran won in straight sets. Later, Thea Rabman clinched the match for UNC. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Tennis Upends No. 24 Georgia, 6-1

Karl Poling won the clinching match as UNC's men's tennis team earned a 6-1 win over No. 24 Georgia on Sunday at the Cone-Kenfield Indoor Courts at the Chewning Tennis Center. No. 25 UNC won the doubles point and never looked back, taking a 6-0 lead before dropping the final match. UNC won its second in a row and improved to 5-3 this season. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Tennis Falls To Virginia In Seattle

After a hard-fought late-night match vs. NC State Saturday, UNC was tasked with facing No. 11 Virginia in Sunday's early consolation match. The North Carolina women's tennis team, fell to No. 11 Virginia 0-4 in Seattle. The Tar Heels dropped the doubles point for the first time this season and fell in straight sets on courts four, five, and six in singles play. (GoHeels.com)

No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis Falls To No. 7 NC State In ITA Indoor Quarterfinals

After losing one of its top players, the No. 1 ranked North Carolina women's tennis team, fell to No. 7 NC State 4-3 on Saturday in the second round of the ITA Indoor Championships in Seattle. In doubles play, Abbey Forbes and Reilly Tran quickly gave UNC the doubles point. In singles play, Reilly Tran and Thea Rabman each won in three sets. (GoHeels.com)

No. 1 UNC Women's Tennis Beats USC 4-1 In First Round Of ITA Indoor Championships

The No. 1 ranked North Carolina women's tennis team defeated the USC Trojans 4-1 on Friday in the first round of the ITA Indoor Championships in Seattle. To begin the evening, and Carson Tanguilig won 6-2 on court two to give the Tar Heels the doubles advantage. The Tar Heels will face NC State on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Eastern. (GoHeels.com)

No. 25 UNC Men's Tennis Blanks Elon, 7-0

Patrick Schoen won the clinching singles match as 25th-ranked North Carolina dominated Elon, 7-0, on Thursday at the Cone-Kenfield Indoor Courts at the Chewning Tennis Center. The Tar Heels won two of three doubles matches and swept all six in singles. UNC improved to 4-3 this season and bounced back from Saturday's 4-2 loss at Illinois. (GoHeels.com)

As She Navigates Her Final Semester, What’s Left for UNC’s Fiona Crawley to Accomplish?

If someone offered you $81,000, what would you do? The catch? Should UNC's accept, she would never play college tennis again. The NCAA bars college athletes from claiming prize money of more than $10,000. So Crawley did what any normal college student wouldn’t. She turned down the money and came back to Chapel Hill. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC NIL store launches, serves as platform for all Tar Heel athletes

Even with the ability to sign name, image, and likeness deals, UNC athletes face challenges if they want to sell merchandise. UNC defensive end can name a couple: the design an athlete wants, creating a logo, finding a website to drop merch, etc. The UNC NIL Store, launched Jan. 16, helps get athletes’ apparel aims off the tarmac. (Daily Tar Heel)
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