The top five moments of Carolina's 2014 season. Includes some videos and memories that are a great way to start a Monday...A very intense Tar Heel fan will be part of the CBS Final Four pregame coverage...Never too early to look ahead, and the 2014-15 schedule looks like a doozy:
2014-15 @UNC_Basketball non-conf schedule could have 3 of 4 Final Four teams. Road game at UK + Wisconsin and Gators in Battle 4 Atlantis.— Adam Lucas (@jadamlucas) March 31, 2014
Tar Heels in the NBA
Friday: 12 points and four rebounds for Marvin Williams...13 points and five assists for Ty Lawson...Six points and four assists for Raymond Felton...Harrison Barnes scored four in a Golden State win...Kendall Marshall had three assists...Two points and two rebounds for Tyler Hansbrough.
Saturday: 12 points and 10 rebounds for John Henson against the Heat...10 points for Vince Carter...Six points and six boards for Brandan Wright.
Sunday: 13 points and 11 assists for Kendall Marshall, who enjoyed beating the Suns...Nine points and two rebounds for Marvin Williams...Five points and two rebounds for Barnes...Five points and two rebounds for Ed Davis...Three points and two rebounds for Tyler Zeller...Two points and four assists for Felton.
Feature on Eric Ebron from his hometown paper...Getting to know new quarterback coach Keith Heckendorf, which includes some behind the scenes practice footage:
Women's basketball is one win from the Final Four after beating top seed South Carolina last night...That sets up a meeting with homestanding Stanford...Men's lacrosse won a top-ten matchup against Johns Hopkins on Saturday...Women's tennis won at Pitt on Friday and then swept Syracuse on Sunday...Men's tennis got a top-10 win over Notre Dame...Tough weekend for baseball at Duke.
Softball hosts FSU at 6 p.m. in a game that can also be seen on ESPNU.
Today in Tar Heel history
Happy 46th birthday to J.R. Reid, one of the all-time Tar Heel great power forwards who also just happens to be an engaging follow on Twitter.
Freshman women's lacrosse player Sydney Holman is adding to a decorated UNC athletics history in her family.