UNC Women's Basketball Recruiting

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

Ciera Toomey’s love for UNC, the state stoked years ago during Pinehurst golf trip

New UNC women's basketball commit Ciera Toomey first marveled at the beauty of the Carolina campus when she was 10, traveling home to Pennsylvania from a Pinehurst golf tournament. Toomey thought she’d play golf for the rest of her life and remembers liking the idea of moving to North Carolina to take advantage of the terrific golf and better weather. (Tar Heel Tribune)

5-Star Center Ciera Toomey Commits To UNC Women's Basketball

It’s a big sign that a women’s basketball program is taking huge strides on the national stage when it beats out Connecticut for a recruit. UNC has now done it twice in three years. Five-star 6–3 stretch-five Ciera Toomey, the No. 3 Class of 2023 player, committed to the Tar Heels on Monday, picking UNC over seven other schools, including UConn. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Basketball Recruits Earning National Recognition

A pair of recruits for the UNC men’s and women’s basketball teams brought in prestigious honors this week. , a UNC signee from Menomonee Falls, WI, was named his state’s Gatorade Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year, while Paulina Paris, a signee from New City, N.Y., was named to the 2022 Jordan Brand Classic Girls’ National Team. (

UNC Signee Paulina Paris Selected To Jordan Brand Classic

Paulina Paris, a UNC women's basketball signee who will join the program for the 2022-23 season, has been named to the 2022 Jordan Brand Classic Girls National Team. The all-star game is scheduled for April 15 in Chicago. All four of UNC's current freshmen – , Teonni Key, , and – were selected last season. (

4-Star PG Paulina Paris finds 'perfect' fit at UNC

4-star point guard Paulina Paris originally committed to Penn State before making an official visit to Chapel Hill and switching her allegiance to the Tar Heels. On Wednesday, she signed her national letter of intent to attend UNC. "When you get on campus, it’s beautiful. The team was amazing and the coaching staff, I knew they believed in me. It was just perfect." (

4-Star Point Guard Paulina Paris Signs With UNC Women's Basketball

The North Carolina women's basketball program is adding a standout point guard to its arsenal with the signing of Paulina Paris to a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, the first day of the signing period. Paris, a 5-foot-7 guard from New City, N.Y., is currently ranked 27th overall in the recruiting class of 2022 and seventh at her position by espnW HoopGurlz. (

UNC Basketball & Football Recruiting Week In Review

Simeon Wilcher, a combo guard from New Jersey, has scheduled a visit to Chapel Hill the weekend of October 8th. UNC also has offered Georgia point guards and London Johnson. Women's coach hosted 5-star Ashlyn Watkins on an official visit. And 4-star running back joined UNC’s 2022 football recruiting class. (Tar Heel Blog)

Four UNC Women's Basketball Signees Make Jordan Brand Classic Roster

Help is on the way for the North Carolina women's basketball team and head coach . The future appears to be bright as all four members of UNC's 2021 recruiting class have been placed on the Jordan Brand Classic roster. Sharing the honor are wings and Teonni Key and guards and Morasha Wiggins. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Women's Basketball Set To Welcome CAA's Leading Scorer Eva Hodgson

will join the UNC women's basketball program this summer, arriving in Chapel Hill with two years of eligibility remaining. The 5-9 guard averaged 20.7 points and 3.6 assists per game her sophomore season at William & Mary. Her 20.7 points per game average led the CAA, as did her field goal percentage (.540) and free throw percentage (.912). (

Four UNC Women's Basketball Signees Named to Jordan Brand Classic National Team

All four incoming Tar Heel women's basketball freshmen have been named to the Jordan Brand Classic 2021 Girls National Team. , Teonni Key, , and all are among the 30 standout players selected for recognition. North Carolina and Connecticut are the only programs to place four players each on the team. (
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