UNC Women's Basketball

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UNC Women's Basketball To Host Kentucky in ACC/SEC Challenge

For the second ACC/SEC Challenge, the UNC women's basketball team will play at home and this time, they face a former teammate. Kentucky, featuring former UNC forward , visit Carmichael Arena on Thurs., Dec 5. The Wildcats will be in their first season under former Virginia Tech coach Kenny Brooks in the schools' first meeting since 2018. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Bill to require UNC, NC State to play each other, other in-state schools won't advance

Proposed legislation that would require University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University to play each other and other in-state public universities in football and basketball will not advance any further, House Speaker said Thursday. "It's had the hearing it will have," Moore said. "It had a committee hearing. It won't come to the floor." (

Bill advances requiring UNC and NC State to play in basketball and football every year

Under the measure, which cleared the House committee on universities with no debate, the football and men's and women's basketball teams at UNC and N.C. State would be required to play each other at least once annually. The bill also would direct the Tar Heels and Wolfpack to play ECU, Appalachian State, or Charlotte at least once every year. (Associated Press)

UNC's Academic Progress Rates Increase Again

UNC women's fencing scored a perfect 1000 for the 20th straight year, and the Tar Heel football team established a record four-year rate for the second straight time to highlight UNC's latest Academic Progress Rates for student-athletes. Twenty Tar Heel teams exceed the national average, including baseball, men's and women's basketball, and football. (

Video: Matt Krause, voice of UNC Women's Basketball, wears many hats

The North Carolina Women's Basketball season runs from November to March, but the voice of Tar Heel women's hoops, Matt Krause, is often helping Carolina Athletics behind the scenes, including at this weekend's NCAA Baseball regional at Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill. (View Video)

Incoming women's basketball player Jordan Carolina Zubich was destined to be a Tar Heel

Thanks to a coin flip, Jordan Carolina Zubich was born with a name that made her destined to be a Tar Heel basketball player. Jordan’s parents, Dan and Becky Zubich, couldn’t agree on a name for the 5-11 sharpshooting incoming North Carolina freshman shooting guard. "My dad grew up being a big Carolina fan," Zubich said of the lifelong Minnesotan. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Cory McNeill Joins UNC Women's Basketball Staff As Assistant Coach

Cory McNeill will join the UNC women's basketball staff as an assistant coach, announced Tuesday. McNeill, who comes to Chapel Hill after five years at East Carolina, brings a wealth of experience in the college ranks. At ECU, he served as Associate Head Coach on Coach Kim McNeill's staff and was part of a resurgence in the program. (

Incoming UNC freshman guard Lanie Grant makes U.S. U17 team, injures ankle

The good news for is that she earned a spot on another United States team. The bad news is that she suffered a right ankle injury during drills on Saturday. Grant was one of 44 players in Colorado Springs trying to make the 12-team United States women’s roster that will play in the FIBA U17 Women’s World Cup from July 13-21 in Mexico. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Athletics Dominate Duke in the 2023-2024 Cycle

UNC either beat, tied, or split the series with Duke in the following: Field Hockey: UNC won 2-1. Volleyball: UNC won the series in five sets (3-2). Men’s Soccer: UNC won 2-1. Women’s Soccer: Tie. Football: UNC won 47-45 in double-overtime. Wrestling: UNC won 41-9. Men’s Basketball in Chapel Hill: UNC won 93-84. Men’s Basketball in Durham: UNC won 84-79. (Carolina HQ)

UNC Women's Basketball Announces 2024-25 Roster

The 2024-25 North Carolina women's basketball roster will include familiar faces and new ones, with nine returners, three freshmen, and two transfers. All of the returners will stick with their same numbers. Freshman will be just the fourth player in program history to wear single zero. Prolific three-point shooter will wear No. 3. (
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