UNC Women's Basketball

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‘University Of National Champions’ Across 49 NCAA Team Titles, 13 Coaches, 8 Programs

At some point in the 1980s, the University of North Carolina started being described as the University of National Champions. led UNC to two NCAA men’s basketball titles. UNC Field Hockey has won 10. led UNC’s Women’s Soccer to 21 NCAA titles. Last week, UNC added Women's Tennis to its 49 NCAA team championships. (

University of National Champions by the numbers after Tar Heels’ women’s tennis title

With Coach Brian Kalbas’ North Carolina women’s tennis team winning the NCAA title Saturday, here is a look at the University of National Champions by the numbers. 49 NCAA team titles: Women’s soccer (21), field hockey (10), men’s basketball (6), men’s lacrosse (5), women’s lacrosse (3), men’s soccer (2), women’s basketball (1), and women’s tennis. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Alyssa Ustby reflects on banner season with UNC Women's Basketball, eager for what's ahead

recently completed her junior basketball season at North Carolina. The Rochester Lourdes graduate had her best season yet and with it was named first-team All-ACC and honorable-mention All-America. Ustby was also named to the ACC All-Academic team for the third straight year. "It is a great time to be a member of this program." (Rochester Post Bulletin)

Jennifer Alley, UNC's first full-time women’s basketball coach, to Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame

Jennifer Alley, the first full-time women’s basketball coach at the University of North Carolina, has been selected to The Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame. Alley worked in the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) and the NCAA as a teacher, coach and administrator, including time with the UNC Wilmington athletic department. (Wilmington Star News)

Lexi Donarski To Compete At USA Basketball 3x3 Trials

UNC's is set to participate in USA Basketball 3x3 Women's National Team Trials starting on Friday in Colorado Springs. Donarski is the only current ACC player competing at the trials. A 6-foot guard, Donarski will transfer to UNC over the summer and compete for the Tar Heels in 2023-24 following three years as a starter at Iowa State. (

Chansky’s Notebook: Coaching Keeper

is the all-around winner UNC needs. Full disclosure, I have never met the UNC women’s basketball coach, only talked to her a few times. I have, however, watched her coach and her teams play at Carmichael Arena and on TV. From my vantage point, there could not be a better match for the Tar Heels. And she has a style all her own. (

More Details On Courtney Banghart's Contract Extension

UNC women's basketball coach has taken the Tar Heels to three NCAA Tournaments across her four seasons at Carolina. The Tar Heels have gone 47-18 the last two seasons. Banghart will earn $2.26 million in base salary across the lifetime of the new contract, which covers a period from June 2022 and extends through June 2028. (Inside Carolina)

Deja Kelly Invited To USA Basketball AmeriCup Trials

has been invited to participate in the 2023 USA Women's AmeriCup Team trials, USA Basketball announced Thursday. The trials are set for May 11-15 in Colorado Springs. Kelly, a guard from San Antonio, is one of 22 college standouts expected to try out for the team, which will represent the U.S. at the FIBA Women's AmeriCup in Mexico in July. (

UNC Women's Basketball Coach Courtney Banghart Receives Five-Year Contract Extension

continues to build an elite women’s basketball program, and UNC rewarded her Thursday with a five-year contract extension. Banghart, whose deal runs through the 2027–28 season, begins her fifth season in Chapel Hill this fall after her team rose to as high as No. 6 in the country last season and made the second round of the NCAA tournament. (Tar Heel Tribune)

15 UNC Teams Post Perfect Academic Progress Rates for 2021-22 Season

Tar Heel teams continued to excel in the classroom during the 2021-22 season, with more than a dozen programs posting perfect Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. Those teams include women’s basketball, field hockey, men’s golf, and women’s soccer. Every UNC program recorded at least a 950 multi-year rate, which measures APR over four years. (
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Women's Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 69
Ohio State: 71
Mon, Mar 20 Box Score
ACC Women's Basketball Standings
(11) Notre Dame15-327-6
(4) Virginia Tech14-431-5
(16) Duke14-426-7
Florida State12-623-10
(14) Louisville12-626-12
(21) North Carolina11-722-11
(18) Miami11-722-13
NC State9-920-12
Wake Forest5-1317-17
Boston College5-1316-17
Georgia Tech4-1413-17

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