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North Carolina Third In Learfield Directors' Cup Standings

UNC scored 361 points, the seventh most in the country among the winter sports, to bolster the Tar Heels' overall third-place performance in the updated LEARFIELD Directors' Cup standings, which were released Thursday by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. UNC has six top-10 finishes thus far in NCAA post-season play. (

UNC Spring Sports Roundup

Men’s golf has been knocking on the door of being the next UNC program to win their first team national championship, and it’s looking like they’ll have a chance to this year as well. UNC women’s lacrosse has been one of the dominant programs at UNC, winning three national titles since 2009. This season isn’t shaping up to be quite as dominant this year. (Tar Heel Blog)

Five Tar Heel All-Americans on Day Two of NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships

Parker Wolfe claimed silver in the 5000 meters, while the Tar Heel distance medley relay team finished fourth on Friday at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. Wolfe and the DMR group all earned All-America honors. Wolfe is now a five-time All-American, while the Tar Heels' DMR team earns All-American status for the third time in four years. (

Five Tar Heels Earn Trip To NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships

UNC distance runners Parker Wolfe, Ethan Strand, and Alex Phillip have earned trips to the NCAA Championships. Wolfe will compete in the 5,000 and 3,000-meter events. This season, he set school records in both events, clocking times of 13:13.61 in the 5000m, which ranks fourth-best in the country, and 7:37.41 in the 3000m, placing him third nationally. (

UNC Men's Track & Field Wins First ACC Indoor Title Since 1996

For the first time since 1996 and only the fourth time in school history, the North Carolina Men's Indoor Track and Field team won the 2024 Indoor Championship. Overall, the Tar Heels scored 93 points. The women's team finished in eleventh place with 23.5 points. In the Men's Mile, UNC's Parker Wolfe he finished with a time of 3:54.17, an ACC record. (

Parker Wolfe's meteoric rise on the track launches UNC into national spotlight

UNC junior Parker Wolfe won the 3,000 meters with a time of 7:37.41, breaking a program record and placing himself third all-time in the NCAA record book at the Scarlet and White Invitational Wolfe is coming off of a dominant cross country season, finishing first at the ACC Championships and leading Carolina to its first team championship since 1985. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC's Parker Wolfe Runs 3rd Fastest 3,000 Meter Time In NCAA History

UNC's Parker Wolfe once again etched his name into the record books, this time in the 3000-meter event at the Scarlet and White Invitational on Saturday. With a time of 7:37.41, Wolfe ran the best 3,000 meters (1.86 miles) of anyone in the country this season, securing the third-best time in the history of the NCAA, and 11th-best American indoor time. (

Tar Heels Lead In 2023-24 Learfield Directors’ Cup Through Fall

National Player of the Year Ryleigh Heck's game-winning goal led the Tar Heels to their 11th field hockey national championship and catapulted UNC to the top of the Learfield Directors' Cup standings after completion of the seven fall Division I championships. Field hockey was one of four UNC sports to finish in the top five in the fall in NCAA competition. (

Carolina Insider Podcast: Walter Davis, Jalen Washington, Parker Wolfe; Basketball/Football Previews

UNC Basketball lost an all-time great as passed away at age 69 (0:00). and Adam Lucas preview UNC's football game vs. Campbell (14:29) and Basketball's season opener vs. Radford (31:31). Plus, interviews with Basketball's (37:58) and ACC Cross Country champion Parker Wolfe (57:07). (Listen To Podcast)

UNC Men’s Cross Country Wins First ACC Championship Since 1985

The UNC men’s cross country team claimed the ACC championship Friday in Tallahassee. It’s the program’s first in 38 years. Parker Wolfe led the winning effort, becoming the first Tar Heel since 1997 and 15th overall to win the ACC individual title. He finished the 8k race in 23:03. Alex Phillip, Ethan Strand, and Jake Gebhardt also finished in the Top 10. (
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