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Junior Tom Luchsinger's victory in the 200-yard butterfly highlighted the final night of the 2012 ACC Men's Swimming and Diving Championships for the North Carolina Tar Heels as he walked away with his second individual championship of the meet at the Christiansburg Aquatics Center. UNC finished in third place as a team after finishing in second place each of the past two seasons.
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Tricia Liston scored 15 points to help No. 7 Duke beat rival North Carolina 69-63 on Sunday and win the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship outright.
Freshman Elizabeth Williams added 13 points and nine rebounds for the Blue Devils (24-4, 15-1 ACC), who had already clinched the top seed in this week's league tournament in Greensboro. But this win gave Duke...
Alyssa Thomas had 20 points and 14 rebounds, and No. 6 Maryland took control early in an 84-64 rout of North Carolina on Friday night.
Alicia DeVaughn scored 14 and Laurin Mincy had 13 for the Terrapins, who never trailed after yielding the game's first point. Maryland went 8 for 10 from 3-point range and finished with a 49-32 rebounding advantage.
The victory pushed the Terrapins...
For the first time in a long time most of UNC’s fans rooted for Duke on Thursday night, since if the Blue Devils didn’t beat the Seminoles the Tar Heels’ chances of winning the ACC regular season would have been slim to none. That happened as Duke defeated FSU by the final of 74 to 66. Now No. 7 AP & ESPN/USA Today North Carolina (24-4 ~ 11-2 in the ACC) has to keep winning...
Third-ranked North Carolina got five goals and two assists from Laura Zimmerman and five goals and one assist from Abbey Friend as it defeated 10th-ranked Vanderbilt 18-9 on Sunday afternoon at Fetzer Field. The win improves the Tar Heels to 5-0 this season and drops the Commodores to 1-1.
The University of North Carolina women's lacrosse team will host a pair of home games this weekend at Fetzer Field against ranked opponents, hosting 16th-ranked Albany on Friday at 5 p.m. and 10th-ranked Vanderbilt on Sunday at 1 p.m. Admission to both games is free.
Virginia was without its best player and offensive leader for much of the game against No. 7 North Carolina on Saturday. In the final minute, the 25th-ranked Cavaliers still had a shot to win.
Alyssa Thomas had 20 points and 14 rebounds, and No. 6 Maryland took control early in an 84-64 rout of North Carolina on Friday night. Alicia DeVaughn scored 14 and Laurin Mincy had 13 for the Terrapins, who never trailed after yielding the game's first point. Maryland went 8 for 10 from 3-point range and finished with a 49-32 rebounding advantage. Chay Shegog scored 24 and Laura...
North Carolina defensive end Quinton Coples heard a lot of questions Saturday about whether he dogged it his final year with the Tar Heels.Click to Continue »
Four minutes. That's how long it took North Carolina to create a double-digit deficit for itself against No. 6 Maryland. Unfortunately for the Tar Heels, there would be no comeback. Only further misery. Alyssa Thomas had 20 points and 14 rebounds, and the Terrapins cruised to an 84-64 victory Friday night.
North Carolina beat George Washington University 195.725-192.525 Friday, which marked the Heels' best team total of the season. Senior Elizabeth Durkac took first all-around at 39.275, and senior Morgan Evans took second with 38.900.
No. 4 North Carolina won its fourth straight game Sunday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium by downing visiting Wright State, 3-0. R.C. Orlan retired all 12 batters he faced to earn his second win of the year and improve the Tar Heels to 5-1 on the season.
Tyler Zeller scored 20 points, including a critical dunk with 13.3 seconds left and the shot clock winding down, and No. 7 North Carolina beat No. 25 Virginia 54-51 on Saturday to sweep the season series.
No. 6 North Carolina used the big inning to its advantage Friday night as the Tar Heels cruised to a 17-3 win over Wright State at Boshamer Stadium. Sophomore Kent Emanuel notched the win tossing six shutout innings to claim his second win of the year and ninth straight decision dating back to 2011. UNC will face Wright State in game two of the three game series Saturday at 2 p.m.
Second-ranked Ohio State proved its mettle against North Carolina Sunday evening, defeating the Tar Heels 6-1 at the Varsity Tennis Center. Featuring a lineup full of national-ranked players, the Buckeyes improved to 14-1 on the season while the Tar Heels slipped to 3-4.