UNC Volleyball

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UNC Volleyball Upsets No. 18 Notre Dame On Senior Day

Coming down to a decisive fifth set, North Carolina defeated No. 18 Notre Dame, 3-2, on Senior Day in Carmichael Arena Sunday (Highlights). Skyy Howard led the Tar Heels with 15 kills and eight blocks while Emily Zinger tallied 14 with 10 digs for a double-double. Annabelle Archer assisted 43 while collected 10 digs for a second UNC double-double. (GoHeels.com)

'Chance to keep playing': UNC fall sports adjust to playing in the spring

It’s abnormal for college sports to have both a fall and spring season, but with the pandemic, having any sort of normality is rare. As a result, four UNC sports — men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey and volleyball — are playing both a fall and spring season. “It’s historic,” field hockey head coach said about playing two seasons in one year. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Volleyball Wins 5-Set Thriller At Syracuse

Despite dropping the first set, UNC battled back defeat Syracuse in a three-hour five-set match on Friday at Syracuse (Highlights). Four Tar Heels recorded double-doubles: Parker Austin (23 kills, 20 digs), Kaya Merkler (16 kills, 10 digs), Maylen Mitrovich (29 assists, 15 digs), Annabelle Archer (29 assists, 15 digs). Skyy Howard led UNC with five blocks. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Athletics Welcoming Fans Back To Chapel Hill

We've missed having you at UNC sporting events this season. And we're pleased to tell you that beginning this weekend, we are able to welcome more of you back. Under NC Executive Order 195, outside stadiums will be allowed 30 percent capacity and indoor arenas with at least 5,000 seats will be allowed 15 percent capacity beginning Friday, Feb. 26. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Volleyball Downs Appalachian State In Straight Sets

Hitting .466 as a team, UNC took down Appalachian State in straight sets in Carmichael Arena on Thursday night in the Tar Heels' first match of 2021.In addition to Parker Austin's nine kills and Skyy Howard's eight, Kayla Merkler paced the Tar Heels with a perfect hitting percentage night that included six kills. Annabelle Archer finished with 14 assists. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Celebrate National Girls And Women In Sports Day

February 3, 2021, marks the 35th Annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day. Each year, this celebration inspires girls and women to play and be active, to realize their full power. While this year, we are unable to meet in person, we celebrate the rich history and tradition of women's athletics and its 37 national championships at North Carolina. (GoHeels.com)

Preview: Young UNC volleyball team can look forward to promising spring season

The UNC volleyball team is set to begin its spring season in Raleigh with an exhibition match at N.C. State on Feb. 13. The young, up-and-coming team will look to come out of the gates hot and continue a winning streak that began in the fall. In the past, the college volleyball season has been in the fall, typically running from August until December. (Daily Tar Heel)

ACC Announces Spring Sports Schedule & Formats

The ACC announced its spring Olympic sports and Championship schedules on Tuesday. In addition, ACC fall sports will play a spring schedule in advance of NCAA Championship competition, which also will be held this spring. Every ACC team continues to follow the health and safety protocols outlined in the ACC's Medical Advisory Report. (GoHeels.com)

Aziah Buckner Named ACC Volleyball Freshman Of The Week

Helping UNC Volleyball to a pair of wins over Virginia, Aziah Buckner has been named the ACC Freshman of the Week as announced Tuesday by the conference office. Starting both matches as a six-rotation hitter, freshman Buckner averaged 3.43 kills per set and 2.86 digs per set. Buckner totaled 24 kills, hitting .340 with a mere six errors in eight sets. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Volleyball Defeats Virginia, 3-1, To Conclude Fall Season

Wrapping up the 2020 season on a four-match winning streak, North Carolina topped Virginia in four sets for the second time in as many days on Sunday evening in Carmichael Arena (Highlights). Sharing the top spot of the ACC region, Carolina improves to 6-2. The Tar Heels resume the 2020-21 season the spring, beginning in January. (GoHeels.com)
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