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UNC Men's Tennis Advances With Win Over VCU

North Carolina beat VCU 4-0 Friday to advance in NCAA Men's Tennis Championship play and will face South Carolina in a second-round match Saturday. The ninth-ranked Tar Heels were led by their upperclassmen as they improved to 25-4 on the season with the win at Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center. North Carolina and South Carolina face off Saturday at 3 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

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. (GoHeels.com)

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. (GoHeels.com)

Sixteen UNC Teams Score Perfect 1000 In APR

The 2017 NCAA champion men's basketball team and the 2016 women's lacrosse national champions are two of 16 University of North Carolina athletic programs to score a perfect 1000 in the NCAA's latest Academic Progress Rates for the academic year 2015-16. This is the third consecutive year the UNC men's basketball and women's lacrosse teams recorded a 1000. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Rammys 2017 - Bad Joke Telling

Coaches from North Carolina's athletic teams try to keep a straight face in a corny jokes battle in this video which first aired at UNC's 2017 Rammy Awards. View Video...

UNC Women’s Tennis Earns No. 2 Overall Seed for NCAA Tournament

The NCAA released its bracket for this year’s Division I Women’s Tennis Tournament, with UNC receiving the No. 2 overall seed. Having won both the ACC regular season and tournament championships, the Tar Heels (30-2) earned a national seed for the 15th time in 16 years under head coach Brian Kalbas. (Chapelboro.com)

Draft picks, ACC titles, a baseball sweep – UNC athletics has a weekend to remember

North Carolina began April with its men’s basketball team in the Final Four in Phoenix, where the Tar Heels won their sixth NCAA championship with a victory against Gonzaga. The month ended, on Sunday, with three ACC championships and another dramatic baseball victory. Indeed, these are some good times for the Tar Heels. (Charlotte Observer)

UNC Men's Tennis Trio Earns ACC Honors

Tar Heel William Blumberg has been named the 2017 Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Tennis Freshman of the Year and is joined on the All-ACC team by senior Ronnie Schneider and junior Robert Kelly, the league announced on Thursday. Blumberg, from Greenwich, Conn., is the fifth UNC player to win the honor, the first since Brayden Schnur in 2014. (GoHeels.com)

Eight UNC Athletics Programs Honored for Top APRs

The NCAA is honoring eight athletic programs at the University of North Carolina for placing among the top 10 percent nationally in Academic Progress Rates in their respective sports. The eight Tar Heel squads honored this year include men's cross country, women's fencing, women's golf, gymnastics, men's soccer, men's tennis, women's tennis and volleyball. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel Strength & Conditioning Announces Annual Honors

The UNC Strength and Conditioning staff has announced team awards for 2016-17, recognizing outstanding members of each Olympic sports team. Honorees have been selected based on performance and effort throughout the school year. The top award for each team is the Iron Ram Award, which goes to the athlete with the best overall performance during the year. (GoHeels.com)

Huge weekend for UNC sports

It's not every weekend that a school wins three ACC Championships, but that is just what UNC did over the weekend as both men's and women's lacrosse won the ACC title and women's tennis brought home the conference crown as well. The No. 18 UNC men's lacrosse team defeated No. 6 Notre Dame 14-10 Sunday in the ACC Championship men's lacrosse title game. (Carolina Blue)

Chansky’s Notebook: Another Day To Remember

It was another of those Super Sundays for Carolina. The NCAA must want to eat their paperwork when something happens like it did Sunday from Rome, Georgia, to Durham to Chapel Hill to Richmond. Carolina teams won three ACC championships and what seemed like the World Series under bright beautiful skies in those locations. Let’s go over them, shall we? (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Women's Tennis Tops Georgia Tech To Repeat As ACC Champs

Simultaneous victories on courts three and four lifted top seed North Carolina to a thrilling 4-3 victory over third seed Georgia Tech to repeat as ACC Women's Tennis Champions on Sunday at Berry College. North Carolina (30-2) wins its eighth ACC women's tennis championship in program history, and third under the leadership of head coach Brian Kalbas. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Tennis Cruises Into ACC Title Match

Top seed and fifth ranked North Carolina cruised to a 4-0 victory over fourth seed Miami on Saturday in the semifinals of the ACC Women's Tennis Championship. UNC (29-2) will defend its 2016 title against third seed and eighth ranked Georgia Tech in the championship match on Sunday at 2 p.m. on ACC Network Extra and the WatchESPN app. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Tennis Falls In ACC Tournament Semifinals

The third-seeded UNC men's tennis team saw its ACC Championship run end Saturday with a 4-3 loss to second-seeded Virginia in a semifinals match at Rome Tennis Center. UNC, ranked 12th nationally, falls to 24-4 on the season and will wait to learn its seeding in the NCAA Tournament bracket, which will be announced on Tuesday at 5 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

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