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UNC Finishes Sixth In Nation In Final Directors Cup Standings

The national champion women's lacrosse squad was one of eight Tar Heel teams to finish in the top 10 in NCAA Championship play this season to propel North Carolina to a sixth-place finish in the 2021-22 Directors' Cup. This is UNC's 23rd top-10 performance in the 28-year history of the Cup, its fourth time in the top six in the last seven competitions. (

2021-22 UNC Athletics Season In Review

With the conclusion of the Men’s College World Series in Omaha earlier this week, the 2021-22 NCAA season is officially over. One could easily call athletic director Bubba Cunningham the busiest man on campus. Over those 10 months, Tar Heel teams claimed multiple conference and national championships, while giving fans memories to last a lifetime. (

William Blumberg, Nicholas Monroe Playing At Wimbledon

A pair of UNC tennis products are taking part this week in doubles competition at Wimbledon, the sport's most hallowed tournament. and are competing on separate teams as doubles action begins Thursday June 30. Blumberg, the only 10-time All-America in ITA history, is making his professional debut at Wimbledon. (

Elizabeth Scotty Named Women's Tennis Academic All-American

UNC women's tennis standout Elizabeth Scotty has earned Academic All-America honors for the 2021-22 school year. The honor, awarded by the Collegiate Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), recognizes outstanding academic and athletic performance. Scotty, a three-time ITA Indoors national champion, earned third team honors. (

Three Tar Heels Earn All-ACC Men's Tennis Honors

Three North Carolina men's tennis players earned spots on the 2022 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Teams, the ACC announced Thursday after a vote of the league's coaches. Brian Cernoch grabbed first-team honors, while Benjamin Sigouin was on the second team and Mac Kiger made third team. Virginia's Inaki Montes was ACC Player of the Year. (

League High 5 UNC Women's Tennis Players Named To All-ACC Teams

The North Carolina women's tennis team placed a league-high five student-athletes on the 2022 All-ACC Teams, announced Thursday. was a first team selection, while Fiona Crawley, Elizabeth Scotty, Carson Tanguilig and Reilly Tran were all voted to the second team. The honors were determined by a vote of the league's head coaches. (

Four Tar Heels Earn Women's Tennis All-America Honors

Fiona Crawley and Elizabeth Scotty earned All-America status in both singles and doubles, as announced by the ITA on Monday afternoon. and Carson Tanguilig were also named ITA All-America in singles. Crawley and Tanguilig become the 22nd and 23rd players to earn All-America honors under the tutelage of head coach Brian Kalbas. (

Cameron Morra, Brian Kalbas Named ITA Regional Award Winners

UNC women's tennis coach Brian Kalbas was named ITA Coach of the Year for the Carolina Region, while was selected the region's ITA Senior Player of the Year. This is the eighth time Kalbas has earned regional coach of the year honors in his illustrious career. Morra becomes the seventh Tar Heel to earn the player of the year trophy. (

Fiona Crawley Falls In NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Final Four

The 2021-22 UNC women's tennis season has come to an end. Sophomore Fiona Crawley was the final competitor remaining at the NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship, but she bowed out admirably in the semifinals after a 6-4, 6-4, loss to Stanford's Connie Ma on Friday at the indoor courts on the campus of the University of Illinois. (

Fiona Crawley Reaches NCAA Singles Final Four

Fiona Crawley continued her run through the 2022 Division I NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship with an impressive straight-set victory in Thursday's quarterfinals on the University of Illinois campus. Crawley, who entered the tournament ranked No. 55 in the national singles rankings, won her fourth match of the week without losing a set. (
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