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Former UNC Coach Sylvia Hatchell Cited in Death of Elderly Woman

Former UNC women’s basketball coach has been cited with a misdemeanor in her involvement with a pedestrian collision in Durham on Monday, according to reports. Durham Police cited Hatchell, who coached at UNC from 1986 to 2019, with misdemeanor death by vehicle and unsafe movement violation, according to CBS 17. (

Tar Heels Down No. 9 Wolfpack, 66-60

watched the final seconds tick away and gave a fist pump while her North Carolina players ran onto the court to mob each other in celebration. For the second time in a year, the Tar Heels have handed a highly ranked NC State team its first loss of the season, 66-60, giving the new UNC coach her first win in the longtime ACC rivalry. (Associated Press)

Video: UNC Women's Basketball Hands No. 9 NC State Their First Loss, 66-60 - Highlights

North Carolina women's basketball knocks off previously-undefeated and No. 9-ranked NC State on Thursday night at Carmichael Arena, 66-60. The Wolfpack was 14-0 before falling to UNC. Carolina also handed NC State their first loss last season after a 24-0 start. Here are the highlights from UNC's win: Read More...

Courtney Banghart Strives for ‘Tradition of Excellence’ at UNC

The era at UNC has gotten off to a hot start and the Tar Heels face their toughest challenge yet when undefeated NC State comes to Chapel Hill on Thursday. " has been one of my closest friends through this transition," Banghart said. "And and and Jenny Levy are literally pulling me along." (

Carmichael Comments: Responding To Adversity

When the North Carolina women's basketball team suffered their first defeat of the season on Dec. 15 at Alabama, several points of emphasis stood out for coach and her staff. But one theme has been prevalent as UNC begins its journey through the ever-challenging Atlantic Coast Conference: responding to adversity during a game. (

Audio: Courtney Banghart Live - Diving Into ACC Play

Matt Krause sits down with UNC Women's Basketball coach, , for the Jan. 6 edition of Live. The duo discuss Carolina's 2-1 start to ACC play, highlighted by a 65-47 win at Virginia on Jan. 2, as well as several impressive individual efforts. Plus, Coach Banghart previews the Jan. 9 showdown with undefeated NC State. (

UNC Women's Basketball Falls At Virginia Tech

Senior guard Shayla Bennett scored a career-high 26 points and North Carolina battled back from its biggest deficit of the season, but it wasn't quite enough as the Tar Heels fell 76-70 to Virginia Tech Sunday at Cassell Coliseum in ACC women's basketball play (Highlights). UNC is back in action on Thursday, hosting NC State at Carmichael Arena at 7 p.m. (

UNC Women's Basketball Looks For Third ACC Win Sunday At Virginia Tech

North Carolina continues its ACC road swing with a game on Sunday afternoon at Virginia Tech. Tipoff at Cassell Coliseum is 2 p.m. Carolina comes into the game 11-2 overall and 2-0 in ACC play. All five UNC starters are averaging in double figures, led by Janelle Bailey with 15.3 ppg. She's also the team's rebounding leader with 10.2 per game. (

Victorious UNC trip included homecoming for women's assistant coach Tim Taylor

UNC beat UVa 65-47, and afterward Tim Taylor conducted more media interviews than head coach , a fact that would make any longtime assistant coach highly uncomfortable, with Taylor no exception. But that's the way it is when you return to a place where you spent pretty much your entire life up until moving to Chapel Hill in June. (

UNC Women's Basketball Rolls Past Virginia In First ACC Road Game

UNC Women's Basketball (11-2, 2-0 ACC) pulled away with a 25-point second quarter and sailed to its first ACC road win of the season, 65-47 at Virginia on Thursday (Highlights). All five Tar Heel starters hit double figures. Janelle Bailey led UNC with 16 points. Madinah Muhammad added 11, eight of which came in a span of just over a minute. (
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