Aaron Rohlman News Archive

Aaron Rohlman’s UNC story ends in Charlotte

When Aaron Rohlman graduated from Hunter Huss in 2014, he knew he was bound for a future in the medical profession after he graduated from UNC. In between, Rohlman had one of the most amazing rags-to-riches stories in Gaston County athletic history. A former Tar Heels’ JV basketball player, Rohlman became the fourth Gaston County product to play for the UNC varsity.

Back-to-back champs? Gastonia’s Aaron Rohlman thinks Tar Heels can do it

As Aaron Rohlman’s college basketball career winds to a close with the start of the 2018 NCAA tournament, he’s hopeful he and the North Carolina Tar Heels can repeat as champions as they begin that bid on Friday at 2:45 p.m. against Lipscomb in Charlotte. And he cites no less an expert than his three-time championship-winning coach Roy Williams.

Rundown of Charlotte area basketball players going dancing in the NCAA Tournament

Luke Maye, (Hough) and Aaron Rohlman (Hunter Huss), North Carolina: Maye, a North Carolina junior, is a former Hough all-state forward. One of the heroes of the Tar Heels’ 2017 run to the national championship was named a first team All-ACC pick March 4. North Carolina senior, Aaron Rohlman, is a walk-on and reserve off the bench for the Tar Heels.

Aaron Rohlman sets Gaston County history at North Carolina

Aaron Rohlman became the third Gaston County player in history to start a game for UNC on Tuesday. Rohlman, a 2014 Huss graduate, played two minutes and had one rebound in the Tar Heels’ 91-88 loss to Miami. He joins 1979 Ashbrook graduate James Worthy and 1998 Huss graduate Kris Lang as Gaston County products to start games for the Tar Heels.

Video: UNC Senior Night Pregame Ceremony

North Carolina seniors Joel Berry II, Theo Pinson, Aaron Rohlman and Kane Ma are honored before the game on senior night against Miami in Chapel Hill on Tuesday.

Chansky’s Notebook: A Special Tradition

North Carolina’s Senior Night falls between two very special anniversaries. When Joel Berry, Theo Pinson and Aaron Rohlman make their final appearances at the Smith Center tonight, it will be just after the 40th commemoration of Phil Ford’s famous last game in Carmichael Auditorium and before what would have been Dean Smith’s 87th birthday.

Tar Heels Host Miami For Senior Night: Pregame Notes

The Tar Heels will finish with a winning record in ACC regular-season play for the 58th time in 65 seasons (the 13th time in 15 seasons under head coach Roy Williams). Seniors Joel Berry II, Kane Ma, Theo Pinson and Aaron Rohlman are playing in the Smith Center for the final time. Carolina has a 52-8 record in the Smith Center in Berry and Pinson's four years.

Gastonia’s Aaron Rohlman has expanded role with Tar Heels this season

A year ago, Aaron Rohlman was just happy to be a part of UNC's national championship basketball team. He’s still happy to be a part of the team this season as one of four seniors on a youthful Tar Heels’ roster. But Rohlman, the fourth Gaston County product to play basketball at UNC in its history, has a larger role as UNC seeks to repeat its success of a year ago.

UNC-Stanford Postgame Notes

North Carolina made a season-high 11 three-pointers. Junior guard Kenny Williams scored a career-high 20 points and made a career-high six three-pointers. Joel Berry II scored a game-high 29 points. It was his second-highest scoring output as a Tar Heel and his 14th career 20-point game. Senior walk-on Aaron Rohlman scored his first field goal as a Tar Heel.

UNC Basketball: Aaron Rohlman 2017-18 season preview

Aaron Rohlman was named to the 2016-17 NABC Honors Court which recognizes men’s college basketball student-athletes who excelled academically. The 6-foot-6, 210-pound forward played 33 minutes in 20 games last season. The 2017-18 season will likely be similar to last season. Rohlman will see his playing time near the end of games that are out of hand.

Whirlwind year for Gastonia’s Aaron Rohlman

Aaron Rohlman was not only a part of the Tar Heels’ sixth national basketball title in school history but he became the third Gastonian to be a part of a UNC national basketball title and Gaston County’s ninth collegiate basketball national champion. “It’s really been a long, fun, exciting year,” Rohlman said on Saturday. “And obviously we want to win again.

Aaron Rohlman Named To NABC Honors Court

The National Association of Basketball Coaches on Tuesday announced the 2016-17 NABC Honors Court, recognizing men's collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the past season. UNC's Aaron Rohlman, a biology major, made the list. Rohlman joined the Tar Heel varsity squad prior to the 2016-17 season after a stint on the JV team.

Aaron Rohlman becomes eighth national collegiate basketball champion in Gaston County history

What a dream it’s been for Aaron Rohlman, a reserve forward for UNC’s national championship basketball team. Not only was Rohlman a part of the Tar Heels’ sixth national title in school history but he became the eighth Gaston County product to win a national basketball championship. Rohlman joins fellow Tar Heels James Worthy Sylvia Hatchell as national championship winners.

Aaron Rohlman continues his dream season as Tar Heels begin NCAA tournament on Friday

A year ago this time, Gastonia's Aaron Rohlman had just completed his first season on UNC's junior varsity basketball team. Fast forward a year and not only is Rohlman still rooting for North Carolina to win a national title, but he was promoted from the junior varsity to the varsity team - and will have a front row seat for every Tar Heels' NCAA tournament game.

Aaron Rohlman living out a dream as former JV player now on UNC varsity

Gastonia's Aaron Rohlman doesn't mince words when he talks about what it's been like to play on the UNC basketball team this season. "It's a dream come true," said Rohlman, who was promoted from the Tar Heels' junior varsity once practice began this season. "A lot of people don't get to experience something like this. I've been blessed to be able to experience it."

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