Hayley Carter News Archive
Life after Hayley Carter: UNC women's tennis enters season with potential
Breakout first-year Alle Sanford is the ninth-ranked player in the country and will join nationally-ranked returners Makenna Jones, Jessie Aney, Sara Daavettila and Chloe Ouellet-Pizer. Sanford seems poised to take over the top spot from Hayley Carter. Though only a first-year, the Westerville, Ohio native has already proved herself against top national competition.
UNC Women's Tennis Poised For Another Strong Season
The only women's tennis player in ACC history to be named the Scholar-Athlete of the Year, ACC Player of the Year and Tournament Most Valuable Player in consecutive seasons, Hayley Carter graduated last year as the ACC's all-time leader in women's tennis singles victories (168). But now she's gone and UNC will look to multiple players who have assumed new roles.
Alle Sanford To Represent Team USA At International Tennis Competition
North Carolina freshman Alle Sanford will represent the U.S. in the annual Master'U BNP Paribas International Collegiate Team Competition November 30-December 3 in Marcq-en-Baroeul, France. Sanford is the second player from the North Carolina women's tennis program to participate in the event, joining Hayley Carter who helped lead Team USA to the title in 2016.
Hayley Carter Tabbed as Assistant Tennis Coach at Oklahoma State
Oklahoma State's women's tennis team will bring on former North Carolina standout Hayley Carter as assistant coach, head coach Chris Young announced on Thursday. The most decorated player in North Carolina women's tennis history, Carter comes to Stillwater just months after wrapping up a wildly successful collegiate career.
Chansky’s Notebook: ‘True’ Athletes Honored
Justin Jackson is the 30th men’s basketball player to win the Patterson Medal, including the second in as many years (following Marcus Paige). Ryan Switzer is the 35th football player – the third to play for coach Larry Fedora to win a Patterson Medal. Women’s tennis player Hayley Carter won 168 singles matches, the most in ACC history, and was a seven-time ITA All-America.
Justin Jackson, Ryan Switzer, Hayley Carter Nab Patterson Medals
Hayley Carter, the ACC's all-time leader in women's tennis singles victories, Justin Jackson, who led the Tar Heels to the 2017 NCAA men's basketball championship, and Ryan Switzer, the fifth UNC football player to earn first-team All-ACC honors three times, are the 2017 recipients of the Patterson Medal, the most prestigious athletic honor awarded at UNC.
Hayley Carter Repeats as ACC Scholar-Athlete Of The Year
For the second year in a row, UNC's Hayley Carter has been recognized as the ACC Women's Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year and headlines the All-ACC Academic Team. The senior is the only women's tennis player in ACC history to be named the Scholar-Athlete of the Year, ACC Player of the Year and Tournament Most Valuable Player back-to-back years.
3 Tar Heels Named ITA All-Americans
The North Carolina women's tennis players - Jessie Aney, Hayley Carter and Sara Daavettila - were named Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Americans for the 2016-17 season on Thursday. Carter locked up All-America honors in both singles and doubles, while Aney grabbed a spot on the doubles team and Daavettila earned her way onto the singles team.
Hayley Carter Repeats As Academic All-America
UNC's Hayley Carter has repeated as a First Team Academic All-America, announced Thursday. By virtue of her stellar 3.93 grade-point-average as an economics major, Carter joins Eric Montross (men's basketball) and Laura Gerraughty (track & field) as the only Tar Heel student-athletes to ever earn multiple Academic All-America and multiple All-America honors.
Hayley Carter Stunned in First Round of NCAA Women’s Singles Tournament, Daavettila Advances
Hayley Carter has spent her time carving out a case as the best player to ever come through the UNC women's tennis program. After finishing as the national runner-up last season, Carter has carried the No. 2 ranking for most of this season–as she also set a new ACC record with 168 career singles victories. Unfortunately, Carter’s career came to an end Wednesday.
Hayley Carter, Courtney Nagle Earn ITA National Awards
Courtney Nagle of the UNC women's tennis program has been named ITA Assistant Coach of the Year, while Hayley Carter earned ITA Senior Player of the Year honors, announced on Tuesday. Nagle joins Sara Anundsen (2011) as the only Tar Heel assistants to win the award. Carter is also the second UNC player to earn the top senior award.
Hayley Carter Named Academic All-District For 3rd Straight Year
Hayley Carter, a senior standout on the North Carolina women's tennis team, has been selected to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team, recognizing the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom. The 2017 Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year is also the No. 2 ranked singles player in Division I.
Turner's Take: See Hayley Play
Hayley Carter is 53-1 playing at #1 in dual matches. Day after day, college tennis teams send their best at Hayley Carter, and she sits them down. Carolina is 27-2 on the season, and clinched the top seed in the ACC Tournament due in no small part to Carter, who is as reliable a singles point as anyone in the country.
Q&A with Hayley Carter, two-time ACC Player of the Year
For the second time in as many seasons, senior Hayley Carter has been named the ACC Women’s Tennis Player of the Year. She headlines the All-ACC First Team as the sole four-time honoree. Staff writer Madeline Coleman spoke with Carter about her award-winning season and the emotions of her senior season before top-seeded UNC starts ACC Tournament play.
Two letters connect UNC's Hayley Carter with late dad
Two letters. Two people. One unbreakable relationship. Since Hayley Carter was little, she and her dad have always said goodbye the same way: She’d say “x’s and o’s” and he’d say “o’s and x’s.” The Carters are action people — they would rather show than tell. But sometimes actions don’t tell the whole story. That brings us to our first letter.