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Carmichael Arena
Named for the late William D. Carmichael, Jr. , Carmichael Arena is currently home for volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling and women's basketball teams. Prior to moving to the Smith Center, the Tar Heel men's basketball team compiled an amazing 169-20 record at Carmichael Arena.
Carmichael Arena
Named for the late William D. Carmichael, Jr. , Carmichael Arena is currently home for volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling and women's basketball teams. Prior to moving to the Smith Center, the Tar Heel men's basketball team compiled an amazing 169-20 record at Carmichael Arena.
Carmichael Arena
Named for the late William D. Carmichael, Jr. , Carmichael Arena is currently home for volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling and women's basketball teams. Prior to moving to the Smith Center, the Tar Heel men's basketball team compiled an amazing 169-20 record at Carmichael Arena.
Carmichael Arena
Named for the late William D. Carmichael, Jr. , Carmichael Arena is currently home for volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling and women's basketball teams. Prior to moving to the Smith Center, the Tar Heel men's basketball team compiled an amazing 169-20 record at Carmichael Arena.
Carmichael Arena
Named for the late William D. Carmichael, Jr. , Carmichael Arena is currently home for volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling and women's basketball teams. Prior to moving to the Smith Center, the Tar Heel men's basketball team compiled an amazing 169-20 record at Carmichael Arena.
PROFILE
Directions
PARKING
POLICIES & SERVICES
CAPACITY
OPENED
NAMED FOR
LOCATION
6,822
1965
William D. Carmichael, Jr.
310 South Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.* *The building is closed during all team practices and when there is an event scheduled that would require the building to be closed for event preparation. Please call the Carmichael Arena Administrative Office at (919) 962-0463 prior to your visit to make sure the building will be open.

For more information, please call the Carmichael Arena Administrative office at: (919) 962-0463. For ticket information, please call (919) 962-2296 or (800) 722-4335

Initially the home to Carolina's men's basketball and wrestling teams, Carmichael Arena is currently the home for volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling and women's basketball teams. Though the men's basketball team moved to the Dean E. Smith Center midway through the 1985-1986 season, the other four sports have continued to call Carmichael home. Prior to moving to the Smith Center, the Tar Heel men's basketball team compiled an amazing 169-20 record at Carmichael Arena, including a perfect 5-0 during the first half of the 1985-86 season.

Prior to the 1976-77 season, 1,200 seats were added to bring historic Carmichael to a capacity of 10,180. On January 22, 1999, the first-ever sold-out crowd filled Carmichael to capacity to watch the Carolina women's basketball team play Duke. UNC also drew a capacity crowd for the Jan. 20, 2003, game against Duke.

Carolina volleyball also hosted a near-capacity crowd of 9,850 in 2001 as they hosted Kansas prior to the men's basketball Midnight Madness event.

Carmichael Arena adjoins Woollen Gymnasium, a long-time site of varsity competition and current home of physical education and intramural activities.

The Arena is named for the late William D. Carmichael, Jr., a highly popular figure on campus who served as the university's comptroller, then as its vice-president. He also served for many years as the Consolidated University's acting president. Carmichael passed away in 1961.

Carmichael Arena was the site of the 1987 U.S. Olympic Festival volleyball competition. On March 3, 2001, the first-ever MatJam, the wrestling championships for the Atlantic Coast, Colonial, and Southern conferences, was held at Carmichael. It has also been the host of fifteen women's basketball NCAA Tournament games since 1984. Carmichael has also hosted numerous North Carolina state high school championships in volleyball, girls' basketball, and wresting. Athletic camps, cheerleading camps, intramural games, and amateur competition of various kinds make Carmichael a busy place.

The Arena had a new floor installed after a fire in the spring of 1998. The new floor proved to be a good omen for Carolina athletics. The volleyball team went undefeated in 17 games including victories over non-conference opponents Notre Dame and Tennessee. Gymnastics also had a perfect home record, going 6-0 in Carmichael for the first time in school history. The women's

basketball team went 16-2 in games at Carmichael during the 1998-99 season. Wrestling won three of its home meets during the 1998-99 season, including an overwhelming 40-0 victory Maryland.

In 2010, Carmichael underwent a complete renovation which included a new infrastructure which included air-conditioning, an additional wing of new offices suites for Olympic Sport Coaches in Field Hockey, Fencing, Gymnastics, Women's Lacrosse, Rowing, Volleyball, Wrestling, and a new suite for Women's Basketball, and also includes administrative offices for game operations and Olympic Sports Administrator Dr. Beth Miller.

The two year, $30 million project includes a new jumbo video scoreboard, ribbon board, new acoustics, lighting and sound system. The spacious new entry and reception area includes a state of the art Women's basketball Museum, as well as new trophy cases and memorabilia recognizing the history of the Gymnastics, Volleyball and Wrestling teams with video screens throughout the arena. The hallways are wood-lined and decorated in graphics with Carolina's most outstanding athletes with well over 100+ All Americans in UNC's 28 sports.

The state of the art facility has a new capacity of 6,822 and the name of the building was officially changed to Carmichael Arena in the dedication on Feb. 28, 2010. It is centrally located in the middle of campus at 310 South Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.

From the Raleigh/Durham Airport and points east: Take I-40 West to exit 273A. Follow 54 West toward Chapel Hill. After passing under the 15-501 overpass, the road will go up a hill and into campus. Carmichael Auditorium will be on your left, adjacent to intramural playing fields and shortly after the traffic light at the corner of campus.

From points north of Chapel Hill: Follow I-85 South toward Durham. At exit 174, stay in the left-hand lane to get on 15-501 South. Follow 15-501 South to the Highway 54 junction, where you will exit to the right, following signs for the UNC campus. Proceed up the hill into campus. Carmichael will be on your left.

From points west of Chapel Hill: Take I-85 North to I-40 East. Follow I-40 East to exit 270, 15-501 South. Follow 15-501 South into Chapel Hill and follow directions from points north.

From points south: Take I-77 North to I-85 North, then follow directions from points west.


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Fans, we want your visit to Chapel Hill and Carmichael Arena to be as enjoyable as possible. With that in mind, please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the following parking information:

For Women's Basketball Events:

Free Public Parking (No Charge, first-come-first serve unless otherwise reserved):

- Bell Tower Deck (off South Road)

- Raleigh Road Visitor Lot, after 5:30 p.m. weeknights and weekends (off Raleigh Road)

- Boshamer Lot, but reserved for baseball games once baseball season starts (off Ridge Road)

- Ridge Road S3 Spaces (along Ridge Road)

- Stadium Drive (off South Road or Ridge Road)

- Undergrad (off South Road next to Student Stores)

- Venable (off South Road behind Kenan Labs and ROTC)

Pay Public Parking:

- Raleigh Road Visitor Lot - $1.50 / hour prior to 5:30 p.m. weekdays

- Rams Head Deck - $1.50 / hour or $5.00 on entry depending on game-by-game arrangements

Disability Parking (Free Shuttle Provided by UNC Athletics via Carolina Livery, beginning 1 hour prior to game time):

- Cobb Deck (disability permit, plate or placard required)

Reserved Game Day Permit Parking:

- School of Government Deck

- South Road Meters

- Cobb Deck

- Carmichael Drive

- Navy Field Lot

Additional campus parking information can be found at dps.unc.edu under "Women's Basketball".

Parking for sports played at Carmichael Arena other than Women’s Basketball is available in the Rams Head Deck, Bell Tower Deck, and Cobb Deck.

POLCIES

NO SMOKING: Per UNC policy, smoking is not permitted in Carmichael Arena or within 100 yards of any University building.

ALCOHOL AND WEAPONS: Bringing intoxicating beverages and/or weapons into Carmichael Arena at any time is prohibited.

CAMERA/VIDEO EQUIPMENT: Video cameras, audio equipment and cameras with professional lenses larger than 55mm are prohibited at all times. Small point-and-shoot cameras and cameras with lens in the range of 50-55mm are allowed at Carolina basketball games. Flash photography is not allowed. Some non-basketball events allow cameras, so please call 919-962-0463 to see if your event applies. NO LASER POINTERS.

ANNOUNCEMENTS: PA announcements will be used only in the event of emergencies. Contact an event operations staff member with your needs.


USHERS: Ushers will be located at each entrance to the reserved seating area to assist you with your seating or with any other needs.

FOOD/CONCESSIONS: Concession stands are located around the concourse and offer a wide variety of snacks, hot foods and beverages. Alcohol is neither sold nor permitted in the Smith Center.

RESTROOMS: Located along the concourse, in addition to 2 handicapped and 1 family restroom.

POLICE: UNC Police is onsite from the time the doors open until the event has ended. Please contact event security or an usher if you need assistance.

FIRST AID: First aid is located in the arena.

LOST AND FOUND: Lost and Found is located at the main entrance during the event. After the event is over call 919-962-7874 or UNC Public Safety

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.* *The building is closed during all team practices and when there is an event scheduled that would require the building to be closed for event preparation. Please call the Carmichael Arena Administrative Office at (919) 962-0463 prior to your visit to make sure the building will be open.

For more information, please call the Carmichael Arena Administrative office at: (919) 962-0463. For ticket information, please call (919) 962-2296 or (800) 722-4335

Initially the home to Carolina's men's basketball and wrestling teams, Carmichael Arena is currently the home for volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling and women's basketball teams. Though the men's basketball team moved to the Dean E. Smith Center midway through the 1985-1986 season, the other four sports have continued to call Carmichael home. Prior to moving to the Smith Center, the Tar Heel men's basketball team compiled an amazing 169-20 record at Carmichael Arena, including a perfect 5-0 during the first half of the 1985-86 season.

Prior to the 1976-77 season, 1,200 seats were added to bring historic Carmichael to a capacity of 10,180. On January 22, 1999, the first-ever sold-out crowd filled Carmichael to capacity to watch the Carolina women's basketball team play Duke. UNC also drew a capacity crowd for the Jan. 20, 2003, game against Duke.

Carolina volleyball also hosted a near-capacity crowd of 9,850 in 2001 as they hosted Kansas prior to the men's basketball Midnight Madness event.

Carmichael Arena adjoins Woollen Gymnasium, a long-time site of varsity competition and current home of physical education and intramural activities.

The Arena is named for the late William D. Carmichael, Jr., a highly popular figure on campus who served as the university's comptroller, then as its vice-president. He also served for many years as the Consolidated University's acting president. Carmichael passed away in 1961.

Carmichael Arena was the site of the 1987 U.S. Olympic Festival volleyball competition. On March 3, 2001, the first-ever MatJam, the wrestling championships for the Atlantic Coast, Colonial, and Southern conferences, was held at Carmichael. It has also been the host of fifteen women's basketball NCAA Tournament games since 1984. Carmichael has also hosted numerous North Carolina state high school championships in volleyball, girls' basketball, and wresting. Athletic camps, cheerleading camps, intramural games, and amateur competition of various kinds make Carmichael a busy place.

The Arena had a new floor installed after a fire in the spring of 1998. The new floor proved to be a good omen for Carolina athletics. The volleyball team went undefeated in 17 games including victories over non-conference opponents Notre Dame and Tennessee. Gymnastics also had a perfect home record, going 6-0 in Carmichael for the first time in school history. The women's

basketball team went 16-2 in games at Carmichael during the 1998-99 season. Wrestling won three of its home meets during the 1998-99 season, including an overwhelming 40-0 victory Maryland.

In 2010, Carmichael underwent a complete renovation which included a new infrastructure which included air-conditioning, an additional wing of new offices suites for Olympic Sport Coaches in Field Hockey, Fencing, Gymnastics, Women's Lacrosse, Rowing, Volleyball, Wrestling, and a new suite for Women's Basketball, and also includes administrative offices for game operations and Olympic Sports Administrator Dr. Beth Miller.

The two year, $30 million project includes a new jumbo video scoreboard, ribbon board, new acoustics, lighting and sound system. The spacious new entry and reception area includes a state of the art Women's basketball Museum, as well as new trophy cases and memorabilia recognizing the history of the Gymnastics, Volleyball and Wrestling teams with video screens throughout the arena. The hallways are wood-lined and decorated in graphics with Carolina's most outstanding athletes with well over 100+ All Americans in UNC's 28 sports.

The state of the art facility has a new capacity of 6,822 and the name of the building was officially changed to Carmichael Arena in the dedication on Feb. 28, 2010. It is centrally located in the middle of campus at 310 South Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.


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