Durham is hosting tournament for the ninth time this week
Durham, DBAP hope to become permanent home for ACC baseball tournament
As the No. 8 seed out of 10 seeds in the ACC Tournament, UNC barely made it in after dropping six consecutive ACC games over the last two weekends.
UNC's final four drought in men's lacrosse since 1993 continues
Tar Heels' stellar women's tennis season ends in NCAA Tournament quarterfinals
For the fifth time in the last seven years, the North Carolina women’s lacrosse team is final four-bound. Despite trailing unseeded Big Ten champion Penn State by as many as four goals in the second half — matching the team’s largest deficit this season — the No. 2 Tar Heels used their signature grit to push back against the Nittany Lions for an 11-8 win Saturday. With the win, the Tar Heels are bound for the final four in Philadelphia to face rival Duke with a national title game berth on the line.
Louisville and Miami are the top two seeds for the ACC baseball tournament and North Carolina will be part of the opening day schedule on Tuesday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. ... UNC to open play at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
With only the top five regional team finishers advancing to the national championship tournament on May 29, the Tar Heels were eliminated and their season ended.
North Carolina will play in a Tuesday opening game at the ACC Baseball Championship at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Wounded warriors from across the nation will compete in the Valor Games Southeast at the Smith Center, Cameron Indoor Stadium and Lake Crabtree Park Tuesday through Thursday.
Tar Heels narrowly miss winning doubles point and TCU rolls to win on strength of singles
For teams fortunate enough to advance past their regular season, the postseason ushers in entirely different animal as the teams reset ahead of the do-or-die grind.
Former ACC rivals play with spot in men's lacrosse final four on the line
A second player from the No. 1 recruiting class in women's college basketball in 2013 has left North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell's program.
Tennis isn't a sport that deals well with rain, so it's important for its players to be adaptable.
Second-seeded North Carolina's ability to deal with different situations was tested in Friday's NCAA tournament round of 16 match against No. 15 Miami.