By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Sophie Lindner of SwimMAC Carolina and Covenant Day School has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina in 2018-19. Read the full story on SwimSwam: SwimMAC’s Sophie Lindner Verbally Commits to Tar Heels
The Panthers are progressing nicely, but this season is probably a bump in the road. In my North Carolina preview, I mentioned how Larry Fedora had the unstable program achieving at a strangely normal rate. The Tar Heels are now recruiting and playing at a top-30 level. Show More Summary
The Tar Heel State ranked number five in the competition for Top States for Business, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
Smart Politics examined all U.S. Senate elections since 1990 and found that North Carolina leads the nation with its 10 contests decided by an average victory margin of 6.1 points. “The Tar Heel State has consistently produced competitive races going [...]
The ring for Roy Williams third national championship is noteworthy because it's huge
Former Tar Heel Rashad McCants once alleged that tutors completed some of his coursework while at UNC.
North Carolina forward Luke Maye hit another game-winner for the Tar Heels this summer during the Roy Williams Camp.
Tar Heels hero Maye uninjured after car flips
Tar Heels get a top-five transfer on the market, and in getting him eligible, could be a top-10 team
Despite his former school’s objections, Cam Johnson is ready to suit up for the Tar Heels in 2017-18. Despite his former school’s attempts to prevent it, Pittsburgh transfer Cameron Johnson announced Tuesday that he plans on playingShow More Summary
The Tar Heels drop to the losers bracket in the Chapel Hill regional. The first day of the 2017 NCAA baseball tournament is in the books, and a few heavy hitters received some scares but prevailed in the end. Hosts LSU and Southern Miss...Show More Summary
For Davidson, in NCAA baseball tournament for 1st time in its 115-year history, win over Tar Heels is upset of century
You remember Rashad McCants. Former UNC Tar Heels Rashad McCants player, who led the team in victory over Illinois in the NCAA championship game in St. Louis in 2005. A bunch of things have changed since then like being blackballed from the NBA and losing out on $60M because of a Kardashian, at least according to […]
Fedora has gone 40-25 in five seasons with the Tar Heels
North Carolina will have long odds of repeating as the national champion next year without Tony Bradley. Since Roy Williams arrived at North Carolina 14 years ago, the Tar Heels have had only one player leave for the NBA after his freshman season. Show More Summary
This is a massive blow for the Tar Heels.
“Why didn’t you run away?” It was this dreaded question, asked of victims of violent crime who chose to defend themselves and kill their attackers rather than turn tail and run to uncertain safety, that “stand your ground” laws were intended to address. Show More Summary
The Tar Heels are winning at an elite level even though they're not recruiting that way
What would the North Carolina starting lineup look like without Tony Bradley, and how would it impact the Tar Heels’ rotation? It’s a scenario that every North Carolina fan hopes to avoid, but what happens to the Tar Heels’ startingShow More Summary
Nate Britt provided valuable minutes off the bench, spelling point guard Joel Berry in key times for the Tar Heels this season Brandon Robinson | Shea Rush | Tony Bradley Jr. | Seventh Woods | Luke Maye | Kenny Williams | Joel Berry |...Show More Summary