North Carolina Tar Heels

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2018 ACC Standings
COASTAL CONF OVR
Pittsburgh 6-2 7-7
Georgia Tech 5-3 7-6
Virginia 4-4 8-5
Miami 4-4 7-6
Virginia Tech 4-4 6-7
Duke 3-5 8-5
North Carolina 1-7 2-9

North Carolina Tar Heels News

  • Fansided: UNC Baseball: Tar Heels top Boston College, advance to ACC title game

    After consecutive games against Virginia and Miami that went into extra innings, the North Carolina Tar Heels hung 13 runs on Boston College in just eight frames, advancing to the 2019 ACC Championship game.

    North Carolina didn't wait long to get on the board, scoring two runs in the first inning after opening up the game with back-to-back walks to Dylan Harris and Michael Busch. An Aaron Sabato ground out advanced the runners, setting up an RBI ground out from UNC short stop Danny Serretti (2-for-3, three RBIs). Ike Freeman (3-for-4, two RBIs) brought Busch home on an RBI single to left field, making the score 2-0 after one.

  • Official Site of the Tar Heels: Tar Heels Advance To ACC Championship Final, Down Boston College 13-5

    Durham, N.C. - No. 16 North Carolina will be making its 12th appearance in the ACC Championship title game on Sunday afternoon after defeating Boston College 13-5 on Saturday. The Tar Heels will take on the winner of the Georgia Tech and NC State semifinal on Sunday, May 26 at 12 p.m. The game can be seen on ESPNU.

    went 4-for-5 at the plate with a double, a two-run home run and four runs scored to pace the Tar Heels. , and also recorded multi-hit and multi-RBI games for the Heels.

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    North Carolina wasted no time in getting on the board as they took the 2-0 lead in the first inning.

  • Tar Heel Times: Chase Rice to perform at Stanley Cup Final

    The NHL announced Friday Lil Nas X and country singer Chase Rice as the artists who will play at Boston's City Hall Plaza before Game 1. Rice, whose song "Eyes On You" peaked at No. 3 on the country music chart, will open the musical part of the show around 6 p.m. A longtime hockey fan, Rice also performed at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition in Tampa last year. (USA Today)

    Recent Football News:

    Video: Toe Groves - Muscle Milk Athlete of the Year
    Saturday May 25, 2019

    Washington linebacker Mason Foster likes what he sees from rookie Cole Holcomb
    Thursday May 23, 2019

  • Tar Heel Times: Video: Toe Groves - Muscle Milk Athlete of the Year

    Through a diligent regimen of high-protein, high-carbohydrate diet supplemented with high-calorie shakes, Rontavius 'Toe' Groves transformed his body from a 160-pound freshman to a 187-pound junior. He took advantage of UNC's nutrition program after suffering pattelar tendon injuries his redshirt freshman and 2017 seasons.

    Recent Football News:

    Former UNC Receiver Thomas Jackson Transfers to Louisville
    Saturday May 25, 2019

    Washington linebacker Mason Foster likes what he sees from rookie Cole Holcomb
    Thursday May 23, 2019

  • Tar Heel Times: Rontavius Groves Awarded Muscle Milk Male Athlete of the Year Award

    UNC receiver Rontavius 'Toe' Groves has been awarded the Muscle Milk Male Athlete of the Year award, presented by the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association. This award recognizes one male and one female college, Olympic, professional or tactical athlete whose athletic accomplishments reflect dedication to sports nutrition. (GoHeels.com)

    Recent Football News:

    Bears coach Matt Nagy encouraged by Mitch Trubisky's continued progress
    Friday May 24, 2019

  • Official Site of the Tar Heels: Groves Awarded Muscle Milk Male Athlete of the Year Award

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - University of North Carolina junior wide receiver Rontavius 'Toe' Groves has been awarded the Muscle Milk Male Athlete of the Year award, presented by the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA). This award recognizes one male and one female collegiate, Olympic, professional or tactical (military, police or fire) athlete whose athletic accomplishments, in the opinion of the sports dietitian, reflect dedication to sports nutrition. Groves was nominated by Director of Sports Nutrition Kelsee Gomes and the award was announced at the CPSDA's annual conference on May 21.

    CPSDA members can nominate one or more athletes who represent the very best of performance nutrition:

    Used sports nutrition to help overcome a health or performance hurdle.

  • Tar Heel Times: Bears coach Matt Nagy encouraged by Mitch Trubisky's continued progress

    The success of the Chicago Bears' offense hinges on the continued progress of quarterback Mitch Trubisky, who made noticeable improvement between Year One and Year Two, despite what some outsiders will say. Matt Nagy has noticed the growth of his third-year quarterback early on in their second year together. There's a noticeable progress. (USA Today)

    Recent Football News:

    Washington linebacker Mason Foster likes what he sees from rookie Cole Holcomb
    Thursday May 23, 2019

  • Tar Heel Times: Eric Ebron's Historic Pace Forges On Into 2019

    Eric Ebron had a record-breaking season with the Colts in 2018; but it was just the latest quality year for the UNC product, who continues to put up numbers at a historic pace. Through age 25, Ebron has logged 252 receptions for 2,820 yards and 24 touchdowns. He is one of four tight ends in NFL history to put up those kind of numbers prior to age 26. (Indianapolis Colts)

    Recent Football News:

    UNC DB D.J. Ford Using Fresh Start To Make Positive Impression
    Thursday May 23, 2019

    Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Massachusetts): Don McCauley
    Thursday May 23, 2019

    15 months after surgery, Eagles WR Mack Hollins still can't practice
    Wednesday May 22, 2019

  • Tar Heel Times: Washington linebacker Mason Foster likes what he sees from rookie Cole Holcomb

    The Washington Redskins are left searching for answers at inside linebacker in the wake of Reuben Foster's injury. And fifth-round rookie Cole Holcomb from UNC might just help solve the problem. Holcomb has looked good in OTAs so far and should have a chance to compete. Even better, he has the attention of a veteran leader such as Mason Foster. (USA Today)

    Recent Football News:

    Mack Brown, UNC Quarterbacks, and the Transfer Portal
    Thursday May 23, 2019

    UNC DB D.J. Ford Using Fresh Start To Make Positive Impression
    Thursday May 23, 2019

    Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Massachusetts): Don McCauley
    Thursday May 23, 2019

  • Tar Heel Times: Mack Brown, UNC Quarterbacks, and the Transfer Portal

    The fact that Mack Brown has three quarterbacks competing for a starting job in the era of the transfer portal is a modern miracle. Brown praised his three quarterbacks and said they each did good and bad things throughout spring. By all accounts, UNC has a three-man battle for the job heading into fall. In the era of the transfer portal, that's unheard of. (Chapelboro.com)

    Recent Football News:

    Eric Ebron's Historic Pace Forges On Into 2019
    Thursday May 23, 2019

  • Fansided: UNC Baseball: Tar Heels top Cavaliers in extra innings

    The North Carolina Tar Heels beat the Virginia Cavaliers in thrilling fashion on Wednesday night, winning their first game of the 2019 ACC Tournament by a final score of 3-2 in 10 innings.

    North Carolina got on the board in the fourth inning thanks to an Ike Freeman single into right field that scored ACC Freshman of the Year Aaron Sabato from second base. Cavaliers right fielder Cayman Richardson missed the ball as he tried to field it and allowed Freeman to get to third on the two-base error. The Tar Heels couldn't capitalize on the Cavaliers' mishap, though, stranding Freeman at third base.

  • Tar Heel Times: UNC DB D.J. Ford Using Fresh Start To Make Positive Impression

    A coaching change atop North Carolina's football program meant a new opportunity for D.J. Ford. That happened late last November, as Mack Brown replaced Larry Fedora at the helm, and with it came a fresh start for everyone on the roster and a new scheme to learn. Now healthy and with a bit of a new lease on his football life, Ford has impressed the new staff. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

    Recent Football News:

    Mack Brown is back at UNC. Can he still run a program?
    Thursday May 23, 2019

  • Tar Heel Times: Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Maine): John Bunting

    John Bunting went to high school in Maryland, but he was born in Maine and to this day spends his summers in a cottage there. Therefore, Bunting, who starred at UNC as a player, spent 11 years in the NFL as a player, won a Super Bowl as a defensive coordinator and was UNC's head coach for six seasons, is the Maine representative in this series. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

    Recent Football News:

    UNC Tight Ends Coach Tim Brewster Discusses Depth
    Monday May 20, 2019

  • Tar Heel Times: Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Delaware): Rick Donalley

    The era in which Rick Donalley played football at North Carolina is one of the most important in the program's history. Donalley was from Wilmington, DE, and in his career as a Tar Heel earned first-team All-ACC and second-team All-America honors as a senior in 1980. The Heels finished No. 10 in the final AP rankings that season with an 11-1 record. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

    Recent Football News:

    Dre Bly's Journey Back to UNC
    Tuesday May 21, 2019

  • Keeping It Heel: UNC Football: Times for 2 more 2019 games released

    We have officially hit the under 100-day mark for the start of the 2019 college football season which means we have roughly three months left until the return.

    For the North Carolina Tar Heels, spirits are high despite not making a bowl game in the previous two seasons. Mack Brown is back for his second stint as head coach and the Tar Heels are hoping to turn things around.

    With Brown putting together an impressive 2019 recruiting class and now what is currently ranked as a Top 10 class in 2020, things are looking up. But that needs to transition over to the football field and it begins in August.

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