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No. 3 Diamond Heels Cap Regular Season With 9-7 Win Over Duke

No. 3 North Carolina finished a memorable regular season by winning its 10th straight series as the Tar Heels beat Duke 9-7 Saturday at Boshamer Stadium (Highlights). The Tar Heels, who enter next week's ACC Championship at 44-11, won 23 conference games for the first time in program history and went a perfect 10 for 10 in securing league series, also a first at UNC. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Lacrosse Season Ends With 16-14 Loss To Navy

Unseeded Navy closed the game on a 6-1 run in the final 16:06 and defeated defending national champion North Carolina, 16-14, in an NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament quarterfinal on Saturday at Fetzer Field. After trailing most of the first half, the Tar Heels went on a 5-0, second-half run to take a 13-10 lead with 17:39 to play. Navy responded with its 6-1 run. (GoHeels.com)

MLB Mock Draft 2017: J.B. Bukauskas and Logan Warmoth slated to be first round picks

Carolina's strong campaign has been largely helped by one of the best college pitchers in the country, J.B. Bukauskas. The right-hander is a little smaller than your average MLB pitcher, but he has the stuff to make it work at the next level. There is one other Tar Heel who seems like a good bet to hear his name on the first night of the draft, and that is shortstop Logan Warmoth. (Tar Heel Blog)

Tyler Lynn’s Walk-Off Single Propels UNC Baseball Past Duke, Tar Heels Even Series

Fans at Boshamer Stadium were treated to some extra baseball on Friday night, as the third-ranked Tar Heels needed 10 innings to get the job done against the rival Duke Blue Devils. A walk-off single from senior outfielder Tyler Lynn gave UNC a 3-2 victory in the extra frame, which helped head coach Mike Fox and company avoid their first ACC series loss of the season. (Chapelboro.com)

Navy women's lacrosse seeks major upset against UNC in NCAA quarterfinals

On paper, it's a complete mismatch. North Carolina is one of the blue bloods of women's college lacrosse, an annual national championship contender. Navy is an upstart. The Tar Heels are seeking their 10th Final Four appearance and third national title. The Midshipmen have reached the quarterfinals for the first time in their 10-year history as a Division I program. (Annapolis Capital Gazette)

Navy-North Carolina lacrosse connections abound

Josh Dionne is in his first season as offensive coordinator at North Carolina after serving in the same capacity at Navy the previous two years. Those two schools will meet this Saturday with a berth in the NCAA semifinals on the line. It sets up a strange situation for Dionne, who just last year was designing offensive sets and plays in Annapolis. (Annapolis Capital Gazette)

Audio: David Glenn - Is the end of UNC's NCAA case finally in sight?

North Carolina responded to its latest amended notice of allegations from the NCAA on Tuesday. Although that response is not yet public, David Glenn explains why this is a significant step in the case. (ACC Sports Journal)

Video: UNC Beats Duke on Walk-Off Single

No. 3 North Carolina defeated Duke 3-2 in extra innings after Tyler Lynn's ground ball with the bases loaded on Friday night at Boshamer Stadium. View Video...

Ryan Switzer brings some fearlessness to the Cowboys

When it comes to returning punts, Ryan Switzer is fearless. The receiver returned seven for touchdowns in his career at North Carolina, one off the NCAA record. He had five as a freshman in 2013 and two more as a junior in 2015. He left as the school’s all-time leader in punt-return yards (1,082) and touchdowns. His first return for a score went for 85 yards against Virginia. (ESPN.com)

Mother graduates from UNC with her son for Mother's Day

A local mother and son are celebrating Mother's Day in a very unconventional way - they're graduating college together. Luzita Francis decided to go back to school later in life, and it was just in time to graduate from UNC Chapel Hill with her son, Luthfi Bustillos. When Francis became a mother at an early age, she had to put her education on the backburner. (ABC 11)

North Carolina women's lacrosse faces Navy in NCAA quarterfinals at home

With a spot in the Final Four on the line, it’s time for some lacrosse at Fetzer Field. The North Carolina women’s lacrosse team takes on Navy on Saturday at 1 p.m. in an NCAA Tournament quarterfinal matchup. Here’s everything to know about the Tar Heels’ final home game of the year as their quest for a national-championship repeat continues. (Daily Tar Heel)

ACC football coaches criticize early signing period, recruiting rule changes

ACC coaches aren’t laughing about the impact a new early signing period from Dec. 20-22 has on their schedules. UNC's Larry Fedora added, “From my understanding, the ACC and SEC were the only ones to vote no on the package. The other conferences did even though I’ve talked with numerous coaches from those conferences that were totally against it.” (Orlando Sentinel)

No. 3 UNC Baseball Beats Duke 3-2 In Extra Innings

Tyler Lynn's second walk-off hit in as many home ACC wins lifted No. 3 UNC to a 3-2 victory over Duke in 10 innings Friday at Boshamer Stadium. Josh Hiatt worked three scoreless innings in relief of J.B. Bukauskas to improve to 4-1 thanks to Lynn's bases-loaded infield single that plated the winning run. Bukauskas struck out eight and allowed just two runs. (GoHeels.com)

Four Home Runs Launch Sun Devils Past UNC Softball, 9-3

North Carolina batted around and scored three in the top of the first, but No. 22 Arizona State blasted four home runs in the first three innings to slug past the Tar Heels, 9-3, in the opening game of the NCAA Oxford Regional. The win sends the Sun Devils (31-20) in to the winner's bracket, while UNC (38-20) returns to Ole Miss Softball Complex at 5 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 20, to face either #12-seed Ole Miss or Southern Illinois. (GoHeels.com)

3 things to know about Mitchell Trubisky after Bears rookie minicamp

By all accounts, Mitch Trubisky impressed coaches and teammates with his ability to quickly process everything that was thrown at him. While it’s dangerous to suggest a player will have success in the NFL after a few padless practices, it’s encouraging that Trubisky’s first series of pro sessions were without any major incident or concern. (USA Today)

Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie High on Elijah Hood

Oakland Raiders General Manager Reggie McKenzie shared his breakdown of rookie running back Elijah Hood: “So far he’s done extremely well. The young man is extremely tough. He’s a physical runner. He’s definitely more of a between-the-tackles banger than he is a receiving threat or an outside runner, but he has enough speed to bounce it outside.” (Oakland Raiders)

UNC baseball back on top in ACC after 2-year hiccup

UNC’s baseball program is back in a familiar spot — atop its division in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Tar Heels have locked up both their sixth ACC Coastal Division title and at least the No. 2 seed in next week’s conference tournament. At No. 2 in the latest RPI and ranked third in both major polls, they’re a lock to return to the NCAA Tournament after a two-year absence. (Associated Press)

Carolina’s nursing pioneer

In August 1950, Elizabeth L. Kemble took a road trip across North Carolina. She traveled nearly 600 miles from Murphy to Manteo, stopping at filling stations, offices, and stores along the way to chat with her new state neighbors. She wanted to know them, to understand their needs. That’s what made the founding dean of the UNC School of Nursing such a powerful figure. (UNC.edu)

The Seahawks Show Podcast with Guest Nazair Jones

On this episode of The Seahawks Show, hosts Ted Hicks and Kevin Daggett and Lee Vowell talk with the Seahawks’ Naz Jones, recently drafted out of the University of North Carolina. Jones is a defensive lineman who could help fill the role of interior run-stopper and also attack the opposing quarterback. (12th Man Rising)

Podcast: The Driving Force Behind Super Goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris

Goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris has a sterling resume that includes two college soccer championships at North Carolina, playing with the U.S national team and being named CONCACAF Female Goalkeeper of the Year. Listen to the Orlando Pride goalie on this Forbes SportsMoney podcast as she discusses the new TV deal, the sport of soccer, and what motivates her. (Forbes)

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