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2 hrs ago | University of North Carolina
University of North Carolina point guard Marcus Paige earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors and was selected as the league's Most Improved Player in voting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and the head coaches.
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9 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
Butler coach Brian Hales said Ratliff had more than 20 college offers, including Charlotte, Clemson, Mississippi State and N.C. State.
13 hrs ago | FOX16
The 61st-annual ACC Tournament will begin on Wednesday, March 12 and run through Sunday, March 16 at the Greensboro Coliseum, with the tournament champion earning the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
19 hrs ago | Bloomberg
College students insisting on amenities they have at home, such as individual bathrooms, are driving a $58.6 million bond deal this week from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte .
Obviously, the location lends an advantage to the teams from North Carolina, but don't look for Syracuse to offer that up as an excuse.
North Carolina's Marcus Paige reacts after missing a 3-point shot late in the second half of Saturday's game against Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham.
Duke's Jabari Parker drives against North Carolina's Leslie McDonald in the first half of Saturday's game at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham.
The Duke basketball team was back to its usual self against North Carolina on Saturday after looking a little disoriented in Wednesday's loss at Wake Forest.
2/3 innings for his fourth win of the year, and Chris McCue got the final four outs for his fifth save in as many chances.
No. 8 Virginia women's lacrosse fell to No. 1 North Carolina, 14-10, Saturday in a Top-10 matchup at KlA ckner Stadium.
No. 12 North Carolina defeated No. 5 Virginia 5-2 Saturday at Snyder Tennis Center.
The final week of the regular season is upon us and the madness of March is about to begin.
Down a goal, the visiting No. 10 North Carolina men's lacrosse team went on a 3-0 run over the final 10 minutes to upset No.
13 North Carolina beat No. 8 Maryland 73-70 in Friday's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament quarterfinals.
Just out of reach: Lexie Brown and the 8th-ranked Terrapins leave their mark in Greensboro in a fashion they were not expecting - with a first-round exit from the ACC tournament.
After stumbling a bit down the stretch, No. 10 Duke came to the right city - and faced the right opponent - to get rolling again.