UNC Women's Basketball

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Women's Basketball.

UNC Women's Basketball Gets Down To Work In San Antonio

For the UNC women's basketball team, Thursday was a day for celebration. First, because the Tar Heels are still playing, and are now working toward an NCAA Tournament first-round match-up with Alabama on Monday. Second, the team cleared quarantine protocols and was able to hit the court together on Thursday for a 90-minute practice. (GoHeels.com)

How Liz Roberts went from walk-on to legacy creator with UNC women's basketball

Liz Roberts’ path to being a scholarship athlete was anything but linear. Despite coming to Chapel Hill as a walk-on, Roberts’ passion for the game helped her blaze a path that will leave a lasting legacy with the North Carolina women’s basketball team. After graduating in May, she's gone on to work as a volunteer assistant coach with the program. (Daily Tar Heel)

How UNC women's basketball stacks up against Alabama, rest of NCAA Tournament field

Much like UNC, Alabama started the season hot. The Crimson Tide won eight straight games, but came back down to earth and finished with a 16-9 record. The frontcourt battle will be something to watch, as UNC's will match up with Alabama's Jasmine Walker. Bailey led the Tar Heels in scoring this season with 13.5 points per game. (Daily Tar Heel)

Podcast: Courtney Banghart Show - NCAA Tournament Preview

UNC Women's Basketball coach previews North Carolina's NCAA Tournament matchup with Alabama in San Antonio and reflects on the accomplishments of the Tar Heels in achieving success amid a challenging season. Plus, coach Banghart shares her thoughts on her favorite NCAA Tournament moment. (Listen To Podcast)

Carmichael Comments - Let's Dance

UNC Women's Basketball was named the No. 10 seed in the Hemisfair Region for the 2021 NCAA Tournament. The Tar Heels begin play Monday against No. 7 seed Alabama, with the winner seeing the winner of No. 2 seed Maryland and No. 15 seed Mount St. Mary's. Coach 's second-ever trip as an at-large selection was special for her. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Basketball Earns NCAA Tournament Berth

When UNC’s women got big victories over Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech in the last week of the regular season, everybody assumed the Tar Heels had the program’s ACC-record 28th NCAA berth locked up. Everybody was right, but it came by the slimmest of margins. According to the NCAA, the Tar Heels were one of the last four to make the field. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball Earns NCAA Tournament At-Large Bid

With an at-large bid to the 2021 NCAA Tournament, the North Carolina women's basketball team is off to Texas. The Tar Heels are seeded 10th in the Hemisfair Region and will face No. 7 seed Alabama on Monday at noon in San Antonio in a first-round game broadcast by ESPN. The NCAA Tournament appearance is UNC's 28th in program history. (GoHeels.com)

Carmichael Comments: Getting There

North Carolina women's basketball's ACC Tournament run came to an end on Thursday with an 82-71 loss to Wake Forest. However, the Tar Heels' season run That's far from over. ESPN projects (and I agree), that a 13-10 overall record, 8-9 in ACC play, is comfortably deserving of an NCAA Tournament berth. So let's break down some numbers. (GoHeels.com)

LaToya Sanders Announces Retirement From WNBA

Washington Mystics forward LaToya Sanders has announced her retirement from the WNBA. Sanders last played for the Mystics during the team’s 2019 Championship season and sat out the 2020 season. Known as while at UNC, Sanders was selected in the first round (13th overall) by the Phoenix Mercury during the 2008 WNBA draft. (WNBA.com)

Hot-shooting Deacons knock NCAA-bound UNC out of ACC tournament

For the second consecutive season, Wake Forest ended North Carolina’s ACC tournament after one game. Thanks to some big UNC victories down the stretch, though, the Demon Deacons didn’t end its season. “They were desperate for a win,” said , who put up her 43rd career double-double and third in a row with 12 points and 10 rebounds. (Tar Heel Tribune)
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Women's Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 71
Alabama: 80
Mon, Mar 22 Box Score
ACC Women's Basketball Standings
TeamACCOverall
(6) Louisville14-226-4
(7) NC State12-222-3
(22) Georgia Tech12-617-9
Syracuse9-715-9
Florida State9-710-9
Notre Dame8-710-10
Virginia Tech8-815-10
North Carolina8-913-11
Miami8-1011-11
Wake Forest8-1012-13
Clemson5-1212-14
Pittsburgh3-125-14
Boston College2-117-12
Duke0-13-1
Virginia0-20-5

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