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Ivory Latta Happy To Be Home
Ivory Latta isn’t dribbling, dropping off assists to teammates or hitting step-back jumpers anymore, though. Instead of a ball in her hand, she’s got a whistle and a clipboard. No longer a player in the program she elevated to national...

Sylvia Hatchell's absence motivates Tar Heels
Sylvia Hatchell may not coach North Carolina any time soon as she undergoes treatment for leukemia. But the Tar Heels will still play with her signature up-tempo, aggressive style for as long as she’s out. “We’re still going to play...

Diamond DeShields, Xylina McDaniel On Wooden Award Preseason List
North Carolina's Diamond Deshields and Xylina McDaniel are listed on the John R. Wooden Award Women's Preseason Top 30 list, announced Wednesday by The Los Angeles Athletic Club. The list is comprised of 30 student-athletes who, based on last year's...

UNC Women's Basketball Picked Fourth In ACC Preseason Poll
The North Carolina women's basketball team was selected fourth in the 2013-14 ACC Women's Basketball preseason polls by both the league's Blue Ribbon Panel and its 15 head coaches. Sophomore forward Xylina McDaniel, the league's Freshman of the Year in...

Sylvia Hatchell has lots of support in cancer battle
Support for Sylvia Hatchell and her battle with leukemia within the Tar Heel family was clear on Thursday. When Hatchell’s was shown wearing UNC’s “Zero Dark Thursday“ marketing T-shirt while giving a pre-recorded message during a stoppage of play in...

UNC sets up site for Sylvia Hatchell well-wishers
University of North Carolina women’s basketball head coach Sylvia Hatchell is temporarily stepping away from her on-the-court coaching responsibilities due to a recent diagnosis of leukemia. Please leave your well wishes and encouragement for Coach Hatchell...

Coach Calder: Tar Heels Will Fight For Coach Hatchell
A teary-eyed Andrew Calder discussed his assumption of the lead on-court coaching role in lieu of Sylvia Hatchell stepping away for an indefinite period to receive treatment for her leukemia diagnosis. Coach Calder is now entering his 28th season as...

Longtime assistant Andrew Calder on Sylvia Hatchell, his new role, and the team's mood
Andrew Calder spent the past 27 years as Sylvia Hatchell’s assistant for the North Carolina women's basketball team. Now he's taking over temporarily for the Hall of Fame coach, who was recently diagnosed with leukemia. Calder spoke with the media...

Sylvia Hatchell will tackle cancer head-on
That's Sylvia Hatchell: She's thinking ahead to work after work. It's the way she was raised in the textile-mill town of Gastonia, N.C. It's how she has operated for the past 40 years as a coach. And, as everyone who...

Player's Parents Speak of Sylvia Hatchell's Impact
Megan Buckland's mom told WFMY that Coach Hatchell uses an expression, "holding the rope". She tells her players to hold the rope for one another during adversity. "We know that she has a battle to face in front of her...

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