UNC Volleyball

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UNC’s Lauren Harrison Selected to First Team All-ACC Volleyball Roster

UNC redshirt freshman Lauren Harrison earned a spot on the First Team All-ACC roster on Monday. Harrison led the Tar Heels with 350 kills in the 26 matches she played in. This total is 94 more than second place Parker Austin, who had 256. In addition to Harrison’s selection, Parker Austin and Skyy Howard were named to the All-ACC Freshman Team. (

North Carolina Volleyball Sweeps Duke, 3-0

Behind a balanced North Carolina offense with four attackers posting eight or more kills, the Tar Heels swept Duke on Thursday in Carmichael Arena to pick up a second win over the Blue Devils this season (Highlights). Lauren Harrison led UNC's offense with 12 kills while Parker Austin tallied nine, and both Carly Peck and Skyy Howard swatted eight apiece. (

UNC's Women Are Winners

It's hard to imagine a week that might have turned out better for North Carolina's women's athletic teams than the one just concluded. In an eight-day span, from Sunday to Sunday, accomplishments in field hockey, soccer, tennis, and volleyball proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that UNC has one of the best women's athletics programs in the country. (

Lauren Harrison, Carly Peck Sweep ACC Weekly Volleyball Honors

Leading the Tar Heels to a five-set win at Florida State, freshmen Lauren Harrison and Carly Peck swept the ACC weekly honors, announced Monday by the conference office. Harrison was named the ACC Player of the Week and Peck earned the ACC Freshman of the Week honor. Carolina now totals four conference volleyball accolades this season. (

UNC Volleyball Rallies Back, Outlasts Florida State, 3-2

Down by eight to begin the fifth set, North Carolina ended the match on a 9-1 run to rally back for the five-set win over Florida State on Sunday afternoon in Tallahassee (Highlights). Lauren Harrison led the Tar Heels' offense with 18 kills while Peck set a career-high with 14. Parker Austin picked up her sixth double-double, featuring 10 kills and 10 digs. (

UNC Volleyball Sweeps Wake Forest in Winston-Salem

Picking up their fourth-straight Sunday sweep, the Tar Heels defeated Wake Forest in straight sets in Reynolds Gym to improve to 10-4 in ACC play and 13-11 overall. Parker Austin led North Carolina with 13 kills while Skyy Howard posted a match-best .545 clip. Returning to action, Mia Fradenburg paced Carolina's back row with 16 digs and two aces. (

UNC Volleyball Beats Duke 3-1 In Comeback Win

Despite dropping the first set, UNC stormed back for the 3-1 win over Duke on Thursday at Cameron Indoor Stadium (Highlights). With tonight's win and last season's at Duke, UNC earned back-to-back wins at Cameron Indoor for the first time since 2003 and 2004. After dropping the first set, the Tar Heels responded to win the following three sets. (

UNC Volleyball Sweeps Clemson, 3-0

Limiting Clemson to a .018 hitting percentage, North Carolina tallied 15 blocks en route to a three set sweep over the Tigers on Sunday in Carmichael Arena (Highlights). Destiny Cox led the Tar Heels with 11 kills while Skyy Howard tacked on six while also contributing eight of UNC's 15 blocks. Aristea Tontai posted six blocks while Cox tallied four. (

UNC Volleyball Sweeps Boston College on Alumni Day

The North Carolina volleyball team swept Boston College on Alumni Day Sunday to uphold the Tar Heels' undefeated ACC record in Carmichael Arena (Highlights). "It was a great team effort," coach said afterward. "I was really impressed by how well all of our freshmen played today. Carly Peck, Parker Austin, Lauren Harrison had great matches." (

Joe Sagula to be inducted into NC Volleyball Hall of Fame

North Carolina Volleyball coach has been named a 2020 inductee to the NC Volleyball Hall of Fame established by USA Volleyball Carolina Region and announced publicly by region president Jim Ross Sunday afternoon. Currently in his 30th season at Carolina and 40th coaching, Sagula is one of the most successful coaches in college volleyball. (
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