March 1, 2018
Carolina has claimed the first Atlantic Coast Conference championship in the history of the women’s fencing program, pulling off an epic upset by beating Duke for the first time since 2015 and then winning fence-offs...Read More
Jan. 17, 2018
In its 92nd season this fall, Kenan Stadium will offer individual seats with chair backs — 22 inches wide with arm rests. Removal of the stadium’s bleachers and installation of the chair-back seats is set...Read More
Monique Hennagan ’98 took fourth place in the 400m at the 2004 Olympics with a time of 49.97.
Tonique Williams-Darling won the gold for the Bahamas with a time of 49.41, coming off the final curve in front of Mexico’s Ana Guevara who finished in 49.56. Russia’s Natalya Antyukh won the bronze in 49.89.
Americans Dee Dee Trotter and Sanya Richards finished fifth and sixth. No American has won this event since 1984.