Men's, women's teams from Duke and UNC all earn national seeds, which means opening tournament play at home this weekend
Duke QB Anthony Boone, WR Issac Blakeney, DE Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo and OL Takoby Cofield ink NFL pacts Saturday night as undrafted free agents, as does UNC CB Tim Scott.
The North Carolina basketball program on Saturday landed four-star guard Kenny Williams, a 6-foot-2, 165-pound Chesterfield, Virginia high school standout who had originally signed with VCU, but was released from his letter of intent after the departure of head coach Shaka Smart for the University of Texas.
ACC player of the year Jamie Loeb of North Carolina received the No. 7 seed for next month’s the NCAA singles tournament at Baylor University.
UNC has begun raising money to endow a new set of scholarships that honor former men’s basketball coach Dean Smith.
The NCAA Tournament parings, announced Tuesday, have UNC as the No. 2 national seed in the 64-team field.
NCAA champion Blue Devils snare committment from talented wing player, who turned down UNC and N.C. State among others
Paris Kea, a former member of the USA Basketball U18 National Team who played one season at Vanderbilt University, has signed an athletic scholarship agreement at the University of North Carolina to play women’s basketball for the Tar Heels.
North Carolina will tip off the 2015-16 basketball season by headlining the 2015 Veterans Classic, an annual showcase at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., that brings together top teams from across the country in celebration of Veterans Day.
Tar Heels fall just short of winning ACC women's lacrosse championship
Top-ranked North Carolina’s women’s tennis team harbored dreams of a perfect season, an ACC championship and an NCAA title.
Virginia saw to it Saturday that only one of those dreams remains alive.
The Cavaliers were the more aggressive team and their shot-making lifted them to a 4-1 win over the previously unbeaten and league regular-season champion Tar Heels in the ACC Tournament semifinals at Duke’s Sheffield Tennis Center.
J.B. Bukauskas worked seven scoreless innings as No. 18 North Carolina beat visiting Boston College 6-1 Saturday at rain-swept Boshamer Stadium. Landon Lassiter had two doubles and all nine starters reached base for the Tar Heels, who will go for their first conference sweep of the year Sunday, April 26 at noon.
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Top-ranked UNC women roll, UNC men outlast Duke