UNC Women's Basketball

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

Sunday, it’s all UNC on ACC Network: Here’s what you’ll see

ACC Network began 15 days of programming highlighting the best moments from the last year for each ACC school on July 2 with “ACC Network School Takeovers.” It’s UNC's turn Sunday, and you’ll be able to relive five victories over top-10 teams. The network also will air an episode of “ACC Traditions” at 10 a.m. that focuses on ’s career. (Tar Heel Tribune)

A brief history of UNC's storied athletic programs and their national titles

UNC is nicknamed the University of National Champions for a reason. Since 1977, every four-year student at North Carolina has seen the Tar Heels win at least one national championship, beginning with the 1981 men's lacrosse title. UNC has won 46 NCAA team titles and is probably best known for its six-time NCAA champion men's basketball team. (Daily Tar Heel)

Six New Faces Join Returners On 2021-22 UNC Women's Basketball Roster

The 2021-22 UNC women's basketball roster will feature both new and experienced players, with six newcomers joining eight returners. Freshmen are , Teonni Key, , and . They recently arrived at UNC following outstanding prep careers, including Jordan Brand Classic National Team honors for all four. (GoHeels.com)

Former UNC Standout Allisha Gray Named To USA Basketball 3x3 Roster For Tokyo Olympics

The roster is set for the first women's 3x3 basketball team representing the United States in Tokyo. USA Basketball announced Wednesday that Stefanie Dolson, , Kelsey Plum and Katie Lou Samuelson will play for Team USA at the Olympics. Gray, a former UNC and South Carolina standout, is in her fourth WNBA season with the Dallas Wings. (NBC Sports)

Sites and Dates Announced for 2021-22 ACC Championships

The ACC Football Championship Game will return to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday, Dec. 4. Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, will welcome the ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament from March 8-12, 2022. The Greensboro Coliseum will host to the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament from March 2-6. (The ACC)

Courtney Banghart Remodels Office With Air Jordan Sneakers

Atop 's office bookshelf is not only a series of reading material but also a shoe collection that would make nearly any sneakerhead jealous. The North Carolina Women's Basketball coach chooses to spice up her office with a lineup of rare Jordan Brand shoes that include Retro 1's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 11's, and the recently released 35's. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heels Third In Directors' Cup Standings Following Fall & Winter Sports

North Carolina is in third place in the 2020-21 Directors' Cup standings, which the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) released Thursday. UNC's fall and winter sports amassed 696.50 points, most in the Atlantic Coast Conference and third most among all schools behind Stanford (770.00) and Michigan (769.50). (GoHeels.com)

Sam Miller, Sean Sullivan Join UNC Women's Basketball Staff

North Carolina has added Sam Miller and Sean Sullivan to its women's basketball staff, head coach announced on Monday. Miller will serve as Director of Scouting and Video Operations and Sullivan will serve as Director of Player Personnel Development and Recruiting Operations. Both bring to Chapel Hill a wealth of experience. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels in WNBA – Season Tips Off

The WNBA tipped off its 25th season on Friday evening and currently, there are four Tar Heels on rosters throughout the league; Stephanie Watts, , , and . is the veteran Tar Heel in the WNBA and is on her sixth team in the league. Breland is a nine-year veteran and playing for the Indiana Fever. (Ceiling Is The Roof)

Stephanie Watts thankful, excited to begin her WNBA career in Chicago

After another detour to Los Angeles, albeit a much shorter one, and winning a battle for one of 11 Chicago Sky roster spots, former UNC guard is ready to start her WNBA career. And she’s thankful. In a league where there are only 12 teams and few available spots, a lot of terrific players aren’t on rosters as the season starts this weekend. (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
(6) Louisville14-226-4
(7) NC State12-222-3
(22) Georgia Tech12-617-9
Florida State9-710-9
Notre Dame8-710-10
Virginia Tech8-815-10
North Carolina8-913-11
Wake Forest8-1012-13
Boston College2-117-12

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