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Carmichael Arena Lobby Dedicated In Dr. Beth Miller's Honor

Dr. Beth Miller spent more than 40 years working as part of the UNC Department of Athletics, and during that time she was part of thousands of gatherings in Carmichael Arena, whether cheering at games, coaching at practices, or mentoring student-athletes. Sunday, she was a central figure in another gathering at Carmichael, this one convened in her honor. (

UNC Student-Athletes Set Graduation Success Rates Record

For the fourth straight year UNC student-athletes set a school-record for multi-year graduation rates and set the mark for highest single-year rate as reported in the NCAA's annual Graduation Success Rates. Tar Heels student-athlete GSRs for the incoming classes of 2013-14 through 2016-17 were a record 92%. The single-year rate was also a record 94%. (

UNC Volleyball Downs Duke In Five Sets

The UNC volleyball team ended the 2023 season in dramatic fashion on Friday afternoon, downing Duke in five sets in Carmichael Arena (Highlights). Junior outside Mabrey Shaffmaster led the match with her second 25-kill performance in a row to go with nine digs and a pair of blocks and aces. Graduate outside hitter Emani' Foster had 18 kills. (

How and when to watch UNC teams on busy Thanksgiving week

It’s a busy Thanksgiving week for UNC athletics. When do they play, and how can you watch as the basketball teams face more challenging competition, the soccer teams continue to pursue national championships and football and volleyball teams play the last games on their schedules? Here’s how to watch UNC's 10 games over six sports through Sunday. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Volleyball Sweeps Virginia Tech, 3-0

Behind a blazing .420 hitting percentage, UNC Volleyball earned a straight-set victory over Virginia Tech on Friday (Highlights). It was the Tar Heels' highest hitting percentage since Oct. 10, 2021, also against the Hokies. Outside hitter Emani' Foster led the match with 13 kills, followed by Mabrey Shaffmaster and Romani Thurman, who had eight apiece. (

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: Oct 16 – Oct 22

Women’s Soccer – ’s team is 9-0-6 on the season; while not losing any matches, they have struggled to put teams away when they’ve had the opportunity. Three games remain in the 2023 season, with two of them occurring this week. On Oct 19th, Notre Dame visit Dorrance Field at 8:00 PM and can be watched on the ACC Network. (Keeping It Heel)

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: Oct 9 – Oct 15

The Tar Heel Men’s Soccer team dropped their first game of the season last Friday when Syracuse beat them 1-0 in Chapel Hill. They will look to right the ship this week with a non-conference game versus Florida Gulf Coast on Tuesday, October 10th at 6:00 PM, followed by a conference road trip to Wake Forest on Saturday, October 14th at 7:00 PM. (Keeping It Heel)

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: October 2-8

Women’s Soccer – The No.1 ranked Tar Heels will look to continue to build on their success from last week after beating rival NC State 4-0. They are now 8-0-4 overall and 3-0-1 in conference play. This week, they will play two ACC opponents, hosting Miami in Chapel Hill on Thursday, October 7th, and then traveling to rival Duke on Sunday, October 8th. (Keeping It Heel)

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: Sept 25 – Oct 1

Coach ’s UNC Women's Soccer team returned to the top last week reaching No. 1 in the National Rankings with its 7-0-4 record against the toughest schedule in the country. Next up will be NC State when the Tar Heels visit Raleigh on Saturday, Sept. 30th, for a 7:00 PM kickoff. The matchup will be broadcast on ACC Network Extra. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC Volleyball Sweeps Virginia To Start ACC Season

Behind a season-high 12 blocks, the UNC volleyball team (7-3, 1-0 ACC) tallied their first ACC win of the season on Friday, downing Virginia in three sets in Carmichael Arena (Highlights). With the victory, the Tar Heels improve to 5-0 at home and have dropped just one set in Chapel Hill this season. Mabrey Shaffmaster led UNC with a match-best 16 kills. (
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