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Two former North Carolina players are among four U.S. players named to the 2011 Pan American Elite Team for women, announced Monday. Rachel Dawson and Jackie Kintzer were among 16 players named to the women's team, which is selected every two years and recognizes the top players in the Pan American region.
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The early season was a difficult time for North Carolina fans last year, mostly due to ineffective point guard play. The fact that Larry Drew was never the right fit for the Tar Heels was apparent to anyone that watched the team for an extended period of time. In due time, coach Roy Williams handed [...]
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Chapel Hill, NC -- Forget who North Carolina's opponent was Tuesday night at the Dean Smith Center, although Evansville does own a victory over Butler this season.
This game wasn't about the Purple Aces, not who they are and what they might become. Given UNC's circumstances, this was about the Tar Heels and what kind of team they might develop into.
We know they are...
North Carolina will make its fourth consecutive bowl appearance on Monday, Dec. 26, when the Tar Heels take on the University of Missouri in the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- North Carolina wide receiver Dwight Jones and linebacker Zach Brown were named the Tar Heels' Most Valuable Players at the 2011 senior football banquet Sunday evening.
For the fan base, after watching their squad battle against ninth ranked Wisconsin at home and top ranked Kentucky on the road, can take a breath of relief as fourth ranked North Carolina (6-2) will host Evansville (3-3) at the Dean Dome tonight at 7:00 pm EST, television coverage on ESPNU. However for head coach Roy Williams, his coaching staff and the team, that luxury does not...
Harrison Barnes scored 17 points to help North Carolina (No. 6 ESPN/USA Today, No. 4 AP) beat Evansville 97-48 on Tuesday night.
The University of North Carolina men's tennis program announced the signing of Brett Clark and Stuart Depaolo to National Letters-of-Intent Tuesday afternoon. The two future Tar Heels signed their letters during the early recruiting period on November 2011.
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<ahref="http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/unc/sports/m-baskbl/auto_pdf/2011-12/release/release.pdf"class="redlink">Game Notes Vs. Evansville (.pdf) | Download Free Digital Game ProgramFourth-ranked North Carolina will open a five-week homestand and look to bounce back from its loss at top-ranked Kentucky on Tuesday night when it hosts Evansville in the...
The North Carolina men's and women's fencing squads dove into intercollegiate dual meet competition over the weekend, facing a strong slate of teams at Penn State on Saturday and at Brandeis in Waltham, Mass., on Sunday. On both days, the Tar Heels had plenty of successes, but also faced challenges.
University of North Carolina wide receiver Dwight Jones and linebacker Zach Brown were named the Tar Heels' Most Valuable Players at the 2011 senior football banquet Sunday evening.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- A person familiar with the situation says North Carolina is in talks with Southern Mississippi coach Larry Fedora to take the same job with the Tar Heels.
Dec 6, 7:00 PM | Dean Smith Center
Evansville Purple Aces vs North Carolina Tar Heels Odds
Bettors will hope to hit paydirt on Tuesday when the North Carolina Tar Heels try to run the Purple Aces off the court at Dean Smith Center in college hoops action.
This season, the Tar Heels are 6-2 overall and 4-3 ATS ATS, while the Purple Aces are 3-3 and 1-3...
The Tigers (7-5 overall and 5-4 in Big 12 play) will play in the 36th annual edition of the game, set for Dec. 26th in Shreveport, La., against the North Carolina Tar Heels (7-5 overall) in a game set for ESPN2 on national TV.
North Carolina’s Kendall Marshall hit a 3-pointer at the halftime buzzer to restore the fourth-ranked Tar Heels’ 30-point lead over the University of Evansville at the Dean Smith Center.