GoHeels Weekly Primer

GoHeels Weekly Primer

CHAPEL HILL - The NCAA Tournament rolled along for some spring sports, and the baseball team clinched the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season championship last week.  Make sure you didn't miss anything and look ahead to next week with this week's installment of the GoHeels Weekly Primer.


BASEBALL:  Three Tar Heel pitchers combined for a two-hitter in a win over Appalachian State on Tuesday ... Virginia took game one of the final ACC series of the season on Thursday ... Friday evening saw Carolina win its first ACC regular-season championship since 1990 with an 8-5 win ... On Saturday, UVa beat UNC in 11 innings ... UP NEXT:  Carolina will end its regular season against Florida State on Monday evening, then open ACC Tournament play in Durham on Thursday against Miami.

MEN'S GOLF:  Carolina finished ninth at the NCAA Tempe Regional on Saturday, completing its 2013 season.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE:  On Saturday, the Tar Heels beat Virginia, 13-9, to advance to the NCAA semifinals ... Check out this GoHeels Q&A with senior All-America Emily Garrity, who will return home to Philadelphia, Pa., next weekend for the NCAA semis ... UP NEXT:  Carolina will face Northwestern in the NCAA semifinals on Friday at 5 p.m. in Villanova, Pa.

MEN'S LACROSSE:  Carolina dropped a heartbreaker to Denver in the NCAA quarterfinals on Sunday afternoon, ending the Tar Heels' season in Indianapolis. 

SOFTBALL:  Carolina won its NCAA Tournament opener in Eugene, Ore., 3-2 over No. 25 Wisconsin in extra innings ... No. 3 Oregon beat the Tar Heels, 3-0, on Friday afternoon ... Later on Friday, Wisconsin beat UNC in a rematch to end the Tar Heels' season.

WOMEN'S TENNIS:  On Friday in the NCAA Tournament, Carolina beat Nebraska, 4-1 ... In Sunday's NCAA quarterfinals, the Tar Heels dropped a 4-1 decision to UCLA, ending their 2013 season.

TRACK & FIELD: The NCAA announced participants for the East Preliminary Round with 25 Tar Heels and one relay advancing ... UP NEXT: Carolina will compete at the NCAA East Prelim in Greensboro, N.C., May 23-25.