UNC Wrestling

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Wrestling.

No. 14 UNC Wrestling Cruises Past Lehigh 26-6

No. 14 UNC Wresting topped Lehigh, 26-6, Saturday to finish up a two-win weekend in Pennsylvania. Kennedy Monday and Austin O'Connor posted major decision wins. After Lehigh won the match at 125 pounds, Joe Heilmann scored a 5-3 win at 133 pounds to erase the Lehigh lead in the team score, an edge the Tar Heels maintained the rest of the way. (GoHeels.com)

No. 14 UNC Wrestling Earns 23-12 Win Over No. 15 Pittsburgh

The No. 14 North Carolina wrestling team defeated No. 15 Pittsburgh, 23-12, Friday in Fitzgerald Field House (Highlights). Top-ranked Austin O'Connor won via pin at 149 pounds, while senior Josh McClure posted a tech fall win at 157 pounds to help highlight the Tar Heels' night. Carolina is back on the mat Saturday at 4:00 p.m. ET against Lehigh. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Wrestling Comes Up Short Against No. 8 Virginia Tech

No. 14 UNC Wrestling fell, 23-9, to No. 8 Virginia Tech Saturday in Chapel Hill (Highlights). In one of the most anticipated matches, No. 8 Kennedy Monday wrestled No. 1 Mekhi Lewis. Lewis scored first with a takedown and Monday tied the match at three with a late takedown. But an escape with 14 seconds remaining earned Lewis the 4-3 victory. (GoHeels.com)

No. 14 UNC Wrestling Falls To No. 3 NC State 28-10

No. 14 North Carolina fell to No. 3 NC State, 28-10, Friday in Carmichael Arena. At 149 pounds, it took 20 seconds for No. 1 Austin O'Connor to take down NC State's Ed Scott, which proved to be a theme. The UNC standout cruised to an 11-3 major decision. No. 8 Kennedy Monday earned a 4-2 decision for UNC against No. 15 Thomas Bullard at 165 pounds. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Welcome Two Top Ten Wrestling Foes To Chapel Hill

No. 14 North Carolina Wrestling hosts back-to-back ACC competitions this weekend in Carmichael Arena against No. 3 NC State at 6 p.m. Friday and No. 8 Virginia Tech at 3 p.m. Saturday. Friday night's dual will be broadcast on the ACC Network, while Saturday's will be streamed on ACC Network Extra. UNC is coming off a 29-9 win over Duke last Friday. (GoHeels.com)

UNC wrestling looking ahead to top-10 matchups after canceled meets

Although North Carolina Wrestling is ranked No. 14 in the nation, coach said this group has found motivation in being ranked beneath other ACC foes. If the Tar Heels wish to reach the lofty goals they set for this season, including a top-five ranking and postseason success, this weekend will give them an opportunity to make a statement. (Daily Tar Heel)

Video: UNC Wrestling Prepares For Huge Weekend In Chapel Hill

North Carolina wrestling head coach , No. 1-ranked Austin O'Connor, and No. 8-ranked Kennedy Monday speak with the media ahead of a big weekend as the No. 12 Tar Heels prepare to face No. 5 NC State on Friday and No. 6 Virginia Tech on Saturday in Chapel Hill. (View Video)

No. 14 UNC Wrestling Beats Duke, 29-9, To Begin ACC Schedule

No. 14 North Carolina earned its fourth-straight ACC-opening match win against Duke on Friday evening in Cameron Indoor Stadium. 's team posted a 29-9 win to open up conference competition (Highlights). North Carolina returns to the mat against N.C. State on Friday, January 29. The dual meet will be broadcast on the ACC Network. (GoHeels.com)

No. 14 UNC Wrestling Travels To Duke Friday For ACC-Opener

No. 14 North Carolina will wrestle its first ACC match this Friday in Cameron Indoor Stadium when the team heads to Durham to wrestle Duke. The match is set to begin at 6:00 p.m. EST and will be broadcast on ACC Network Extra. There will be no public attendance. Six Tar Heels are ranked in this week's Intermat rankings, all within the top 15. (GoHeels.com)

Update On Attendance At UNC Athletics Events This Semester

Unfortunately, we will not be able to welcome fans back to our athletics venues at this time. State guidelines allow our student-athletes to invite two close family members to competitions, but we cannot permit additional attendance because of safety precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone's health and safety must be our top priority. (GoHeels.com)
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