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Fiona Crawley Named To USA Team For Master U Championships 2022

Fiona Crawley is one of the three USA Women's tennis players selected to compete in the Master'U BNP Paribas Championships December 2-4 2022 in Honfleur, Normandy, France. The collegiate version of the Davis Cup/Billie Jean King Cup, the Master'U BNP Paribas Championships brings together the top collegiate players in an international competition. (

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Football And Basketball Updates, Field Hockey Natty, Fiona Crawley

UNC Football prepares to host NC State (6:55). UNC Basketball gears up for a difficult road trip (37:13). Field Hockey won its 10th National Championship (51:29), and Romea Riccardo discusses taking home the title (58:24). Women's tennis national champion Fiona Crawley discusses her dominant Fall, and more (1:07:25). (Listen To Podcast)

Tar Heels Set Record Graduation Success Rate

Graduation Success Rates for UNC student-athletes over the past four years are the highest on record, climbing three points to 91 percent, the third straight year the Tar Heels equaled or established their highest multi-year graduation rate. In addition, the single-year GSR was 93 percent, an increase of five points, tying UNC's highest in the last decade. (

After extraordinary fall season, Fiona Crawley aims to lead UNC women's tennis to NCAA title

Fiona Crawley’s energy is infectious. Her bubbly personality and humility make her a UNC women's tennis team favorite. She’s someone people want to see succeed. And she's no stranger to success. This fall, Crawley made history for the women's tennis team, becoming the first Tar Heel to record an undefeated singles record over the fall season. (Daily Tar Heel)

Fiona Crawley, UNC Doubles Team Both Ranked No. 1 In Final 2022 Women's Tennis Rankings

Fiona Crawley is ranked No. 1 in the nation by the ITA. Coming off of winning the Women's Singles Championships at both the All-American Championships as well as the National Fall Championships, marking the first time this feat had been accomplished since 2016. The doubles pairing of Fiona Crawley / Carson Tanguilig also ranks No. 1 in the nation. (

Fiona Crawley Wins National Title At ITA Fall National Championships

Fiona Crawley of the North Carolina women’s tennis team finished off an undefeated fall season in style, capturing the ITA Fall National Championship in singles Sunday in San Diego. Crawley is just the second Tar Heel ever to win both the ITA Fall title and the ITA All-American title in the same year, and the first woman from any school to do it since 2016. (

Three Tar Heels Battle For Titles At ITA Fall Nationals

UNC Women's Tennis team continued its dominance Saturday at the ITA Fall National Championships. Fiona Crawley and Anika Yarlagadda advanced to the finals in the Main and Consolation Singles Draws, respectively, while Crawley and Carson Tanguilig will play for the doubles title. Crawley would be the first woman since 2016 to win both ITA fall majors. (

Fiona Crawley Reaches Semifinals At ITA Fall Nationals

Top seed Fiona Crawley continued her winning ways on Friday afternoon with a straight-set victory to reach the main draw singles semifinals at the 2022 ITA Fall National Championships from Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego. Crawley has yet to drop a set in three matches this week. Friday it was 6-3, 6-3, victory over No. 58 Mary Stoiana of Texas A&M. (

Perfect Day For UNC Women's Tennis At ITA Fall Nationals

UNC women's tennis has three of the eight players remaining in the singles draw and one doubles team into the quarterfinals after Thursday at the 2022 ITA Fall National Championships. No. 1 seed Fiona Crawley, No. 3 seed Abbey Forbes, and Carson Tanguilig all reached the quarters in singles, while Crawley and Tanguilig advanced in doubles. (

Successful First Day For UNC Women's Tennis At ITA Fall Nationals

Three of UNC's four singles competitors picked up victories Wednesday in the first round of the 2022 ITA Fall National Championships at Barnes Tennis Center. No. 1 seed Fiona Crawley, No. 3 seed Abbey Forbes and Carson Tanguilig all won in straight sets, while Anika Yarlagadda came up short. Action continues with Round of 16 matches on Thursday. (
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