July 22, 2021
Carolina fans had 14 Tar Heels to cheer on during the pandemic-delayed 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo. Nine competed for U.S. teams and five for other countries. As the Paralympics wrapped up Sept....Read More
July 19, 2021
After a year of campus challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Carolina athletics delivered some good news to Tar Heel supporters in July: The department managed to avoid — by far — the deep...Read More
July 2, 2021
A third consecutive field hockey national championship and eight other teams’ top-10 national finishes in NCAA post-season competition propelled Carolina to a fourth-place finish in the 2020-21 Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup. It is the...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.