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How to watch UNC classic sports on ACC Network this week

In a time with no live sports for the foreseeable future, a lot of networks are re-airing old games. The ACC Network is no exception. This week, the focus is on Olympic sports and original programming with a healthy dose of men's and women's basketball. Stay safe, stay at home, and enjoy a wide variety of North Carolina sports this week. (Tar Heel Blog)

Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year Sydney Reed Signs With UNC Volleyball

North Carolina volleyball is pleased to announce the addition of incoming freshman Sydney Reed, the Virginia State Gatorade Player of the Year, to the 2020 Tar Heels squad. A four-year starter and outside hitter at Flint Hill High School in Oakton, VA, Reed also is a Prep Volleyball High School All-American and a Senior National Player of the Year Finalist. (

Four Tar Heels Earn Postgraduate Scholarship Awards

Four UNC seniors are among 50 student-athletes from the ACC selected as Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarship and Award recipients. Tar Heels honored are Mia Fradenburg (volleyball), Katie Hoeg (lacrosse), Taylor Koenen (basketball), and McKinley McNeill (track & field). Each recipient will receive $6,000 toward her graduate education. (

What would you risk for the sport you love?

Former UNC Volleyball Player Mariah Evans: I decided to tell my story to shed light on the risks athletes face when they step onto the court. Maybe if I had understood the damage that can be caused by concussions, I wouldn’t have developed multiple cognitive problems and my body wouldn’t have undergone hundreds of seizures the last two years. (UNCUT)

Photos: National Girls & Women in Sports Day at UNC

Hundreds of people gathered at UNC’s indoor practice facility for National Girls & Women in Sports Day in Chapel Hill on Sunday, January 19. Participants practiced with UNC’s women’s soccer team. Members of UNC’s softball team practiced throwing the ball with participants. UNC’s field hockey team was among the many women’s teams in attendance. (

UNC celebrates eighth annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day

It was a day of celebrating women's sports at North Carolina, as 15 varsity teams representing 36 national championships greeted over 1,200 visitors for UNC's eighth annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Each team set up a station with a "mini-clinic" so the hundreds of grade-school children could get autographs from their favorite UNC athletes. (Daily Tar Heel)

Tar Heels Team Up To Make The Holidays Brighter

For over 20 years, Orange County Social Services (OCSS) has been helping families in need with holiday assistance, bringing joy into their lives this time of year. Carolina Athletics plays a role in that, partnering with OCSS for the annual Share Your Holiday program, the longest-running Christmastime project in which UNC student-athletes participate. (

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. (
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