UNC Women's Basketball

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

Courtney Banghart didn’t need to join transfer frenzy this offseason

For the first time in three offseasons, Coach won’t bring in any transfers at a time when hundreds of players are switching schools. With her UNC women’s basketball team projected by ESPN to be in the top 10, the Tar Heels have all the talent they need after last season’s Sweet 16 run. "We feel really good about what we’re adding." (Tar Heel Tribune)

Video: A Day In The Life Of Deja Kelly

North Carolina women's basketball star is putting the Tar Heels back on the map with her stellar play on the court and her extremely successful Name, Image, and Likeness endorsement deals off the court. Spend a day with Deja to learn more about her as a person and what drives her to excel as a basketball player. (View Video)

UNC Women's Basketball Players Broaden Experience With Study In Europe

Two members of the UNC women's basketball team began the summer with study abroad experiences through the Kenan-Flagler Business School. , who just finished her first year in UNC's MBA program, and , a rising senior in the undergraduate business program, are currently in Europe with UNC classmates and professors. (

Fan excitement for UNC’s women’s season should be same as for men’s team

It’s been 13 seasons since the combined anticipation of UNC's men’s and women’s basketball seasons has been this high. The AP Top 25 poll before the 2009-10 season was the last preseason list that ranked both teams in the top 10. If casual women’s basketball followers were ever going to help fill Carmichael Arena, now would be the time. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Women's Basketball Ranked No. 10 In ESPN's Way-Too-Early Top 25

10. North Carolina: With the NCAA's decision not to grant Ivy League players the year they lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last year's UNC point guard will not be back. , Kennedy Todd-Williams, and will form the club's backbone. Paulina Paris, a top 30 recruit, could be a possible replacement for Littlefield. (

UNC guard Morasha Wiggins enters transfer portal

likely will be continuing her education and basketball career at a new location next year, after one year with the UNC women’s basketball team. Wiggins announced her decision to enter the transfer portal on Saturday, and while she could still return to the Tar Heels, the former all-stater from Michigan said she’s pursuing other opportunities. (

Four UNC Women's Basketball Standouts To Compete In USA Basketball 3X Nationals

Four Tar Heels will compete at the 2022 USA Basketball 3X Nationals, held at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. The event, which runs May 13-15, will feature up to 16 men's and 16 women's teams, vying for national titles. , Kennedy Todd-Williams, , and will represent UNC. (

Born & Bred: The Next 50 Years

In 1997, 26 years after the first seven women’s athletics programs – basketball, field hockey, volleyball, fencing, swimming & diving, tennis and gymnastics – began play at UNC, was asked about Carolina being a "basketball school" or "football school." Smith remarked, "North Carolina is a women’s soccer school, we’re just trying to keep up." (Rams Club)

UNC Fifth In Director's Cup Standings Following Conclusion Of Winter Sports

UNC has climbed to fifth place nationally in the Learfield Directors' Cup standings, which include winter sports results. The Directors' Cup awards points based on NCAA postseason success. Each school may accumulate points towards the Cup standings in 19 sports, four of which must be baseball, men's and women's basketball, and volleyball. (

Podcast: Interview With UNC Women's Basketball Coach Courtney Banghart

This week's guest on the Culture State podcast is UNC women's basketball coach . Coach Banghart discusses her time so far at UNC, the state of ACC basketball, Triangle rivalries with Duke and NC State. She also expands on the rivalry with the Wolfpack and their fanbase (Interview starts at 8:40 mark). (Listen To Podcast)
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Women's Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 61
South Carolina: 69
Fri, Mar 25 Box Score
ACC Women's Basketball Standings
(5) NC State17-132-4
(4) Louisville16-229-5
(16) North Carolina13-525-7
(17) Notre Dame13-524-9
(25) Virginia Tech13-523-10
Georgia Tech11-721-11
Boston College10-821-12
Florida State10-817-14
Wake Forest4-1416-17

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