UNC Women's Basketball
Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Women's Basketball.
Kennedy Todd-Williams comes up just short of first triple-double in UNC Women's Basketball history
In only her fourth game as a Tar Heel, Kennedy Todd-Williams finished just one assist shy of the first triple-double in UNC Women's Basketball history. The kicker? The Jacksonville, North Carolina, native, who head coach Courtney Banghart
dubbed the "Scottie Pippen of college basketball" nearly accomplished the feat in just 21 minutes of action. (Daily Tar Heel
UNC Women's Basketball Improves To 4-0 With 98-28 Win Over S.C. State
It took only six seconds for Kennedy Todd-Williams to score the first of many North Carolina layups on a dominating evening against overmatched South Carolina State (Highlights
). The only question for the bigger, faster and more talented Tar Heels was whether they could learn anything from one of those name-your-score nights in a 98–28 victory. (Tar Heel Tribune
UNC Women's Basketball Hosts S.C. State Thursday - Pregame Notes
The North Carolina women's basketball team returns to the court Thursday to host South Carolina State at Carmichael Arena. Tipoff is at 6 p.m. and the game will be broadcast live on ACC Network Extra and on radio. The Tar Heels bring a 3-0 record into their first evening game, following a trio of wins last week over Radford, UNCG, and High Point. (GoHeels.com
Podcast: Courtney Banghart Show - Discussing 3-0 start, previewing this week's games
UNC Women's Basketball coach Courtney Banghart
looks back at UNC's three wins to open the 2020-21 season, a trio of victories that included a 61-point triumph and the largest comeback in program history. She also discusses Down Syndrome Awareness and previews this week's games against South Carolina State and Charlotte.
Carmichael Comments: As Successful As You'd Hoped
One week removed from the uncertain season start, the UNC women's basketball team has played three home games as scheduled. In a season where teams must play 13 games to be considered for the NCAA Tournament, every tipoff yields an enormous sigh of relief. Three said sighs in five days is major progress in the world of pandemic basketball. (GoHeels.com
Veteran leadership helps UNC women rally from early 21-point deficit to beat High Point
After struggling with her shot Saturday while having a good floor game, Stephanie Watts
put it all together Sunday against High Point. She scored 21 points and put up a double-double to help Carolina rally from a 21-point deficit for a 95-70 victory at Carmichael Arena. The young UNC team showed impressive resilience with the help of veteran leadership. (Tar Heel Tribune
Video: UNC women's basketball comes from 21 down to beat High Point by 25 - Highlights
The North Carolina’s women’s basketball team defeated High Point 95-70 on Sunday, giving UNC a 3-0 record on the season. The Tar Heels were down 32-14 at the end of the first quarter but outscored High Point 81-38 the rest of the way. Here are the highlights.
Suffocating defense ignites plenty of offense as UNC women roll past UNCGCourtney Banghart
preaches that the game is won with good defense and bemoaned a stretch of the opener when her UNC women’s basketball team “stopped defending.” There were no such issues Saturday in an impressive 96–35 victory over UNCG at Carmichael Arena. It was an impressive display that suggests this team has a high ceiling. (Tar Heel Tribune
Video: UNC Women's Basketball Handles UNCG, 96-35 - Highlights
The North Carolina women's basketball team improved to 2-0 on Saturday afternoon with a resounding 96-35 victory over visiting UNCG at Carmichael Arena. The 96 points are the most for the Tar Heels under second-year head coach Courtney Banghart
. Here are the highlights.
UNC Women's Basketball Returns To The Court Saturday To Host UNCG
UNC Women's Basketball takes the court Saturday to host UNCG for a 1 p.m. tipoff. The Tar Heels are 1-0 following their 90-61 win on Wednesday against Radford, while the UNCG Spartans will be playing their first game of the season. The season opener against Radford saw six Carolina players in double figures, including five making their UNC debuts. (GoHeels.com