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Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 32

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THT - April 9

This week's Tar Heels Today looks back at the 20th anniversary of Carolina's 1993 national championship. In addition, you'll find features on the top-ranked baseball team, sport spotlight on men's golf and much more.  To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. Please note: this is the last edition of Tar Heels Today for this publishing year. We hope you've enjoyed reading about the Tar Heels as much as we have enjoyed covering them this year, and we hope you'll continue to follow Carolina's spring sports throughout their seasons over the next two months.

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 31

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Carolina's top-ranked baseball team drew the best crowd since 2009 to Boshamer Stadium this weekend. In this week's edition of Tar Heels Today, we look at the sources of the crowd explosion and potential to continue it in the future. This week's sports spotlight is women's tennis. Plus, a Carolina athlete who is living at Duke this semester and much more. To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. 

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 30

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THT - Mar 25

The 2012-13 basketball season ended for Roy Williams and the Tar Heels on Sunday night in Kansas City. In this week's issue of Tar Heels Today, we take a look ahead to the 2013-14 season and examine some of the biggest issues facing that team. This week's Sports Spotlight focuses on men's tennis. Plus, a preview of the women's second-round game against Delaware, an update on spring football, more information about the Rams Club Night with the Hurricanes and much more. To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. 

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 29

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THT - Mar 19

Both Carolina basketball teams earned invitations to the NCAA Tournament this week, and the new edition of Tar Heels Today has full details on both of them. In this week's issue, you'll learn more about Carolina's surprisingly deep NCAA history with Villanova, plus find out where Sylvia Hatchell's Tar Heels are headed to open the postseason this weekend. This week's Sports Spotlight focuses on women's lacrosse. Get caught up with all the spring sports at Carolina and much more in this week's issue.  To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. 

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 28

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THT - Mar 12

The Atlantic Coast Conference's signature event begins Thursday in Greensboro, and this week's Tar Heels Today has complete coverage. Inside this week's edition, you'll find a full breakdown of all 12 teams, a look at the correlation (or lack thereof) between UNC success in the conference tournament and NCAA results, and a thought-provoking breakdown of the Tar Heels' struggles against Duke on Saturday, and much more. This week's sport spotlight features the men's lacrosse team.   To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. 

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 27

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THT - Mar 5

Carolina rides a five-game winning streak into a pivotal two-game regular season finale. A big part of that streak has been the progression of Marcus Paige, and in this week's edition of Tar Heels Today Adam Lucas profiles some of the changes in Paige's game, and how Roy Williams has developed his point guard. Plus, on-scene reports and quotes from the Carolina baseball weekend sweep in Houston and a Tar Heel coup d'etat in Afghanistan. This week's issue provides a look inside rowing at UNC, the coaching tree Coach Hatchell has grown over the years and much more.  To read more, v…

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 26

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THT - Feb. 26

Carolina's 2013 football schedule was released Monday, and this week's issue of Tar Heels Today-has complete analysis and information on the dates. This week's edition also has informative basketball analysis on the new rotation's success in forcing turnovers, plus a preview of the top-ranked baseball team's trip to Houston this weekend. Learn more about women's basketball player Danielle Butts, softball at Carolina and much more in this week's issue.  To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. 

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 25

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THT - Feb. 19

A new lineup has provided some dividends for the Tar Heels, and this week's edition of Tar Heels Today has the details on the statistical results of the switch. Plus, a full-page feature on Carolina's top-ranked baseball team and a feature on the grueling recent schedule of the top-ranked women's tennis squad. Learn more about women's basketball player Krista Gross, how UNC has partnered with Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew to honor Kirk Urso and much more.  To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. 

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 24

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Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 24

In the busiest week of the 2013 Tar Heel sports calendar so far, this week's Tar Heels Today is your one-stop guide to everything that's happening in Chapel Hill. The issue begins with extensive previews of the basketball game against Duke on Wednesday. Plus, a review of the 2013 Carolina football signing class, a first-ever national title for women's tennis, women's basketball player profile on Brittany Rountree, a look inside men's golf and much more. To read more, visit Tar Heels Today. 

Tar Heels Today: Vol. 5, Issue 23

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One of the most unexpected developments in the first half of Carolina's ACC season has been the emergence of Jackson Simmons, who went from completely out of the rotation to playing key minutes in recent Tar Heel wins. Turner Walston profiles Simmons in this week's edition of Tar Heels Today. The issue also includes exclusive stats, analysis, Women's Basketball player profile on Xylina McDaniel and a look inside Women's Golf and Women's Track and Field. To read more, visit Tar Heels Today.