Morning Heel: UNC Tar Heels Daily News Links


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No. 1 UNC Rolls Past Seton Hall, 17-2
No. 1 North Carolina used a pair of six-run innings to improve to 2-0 on the year with a 17-2 win over Seton Hall Sunday at Boshamer Stadium. A pair of freshmen paced the Tar Heels at the plate as Landon Lassiter and Skye Bolt each recorded four hits on the afternoon. Lassiter crossed the plate two times and added a pair of RBIs, while Bolt tallied three RBIs of his own. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel Women Fall To No. 19 FSU, 80-73
Xylina McDaniel scored a career-high 25 points but No. 14 North Carolina fell to No. 19 Florida State, 80-73, Sunday afternoon at the Donald L. Tucker Center. Leonor Rodriguez had 22 for the Seminoles, who snapped UNC’s three-game winning streak. Tierra Ruffin-Pratt had 14 points for the Tar Heels (23-4, 11-3 ACC), who lost away from Chapel Hill for just the second time in 2013. (GoHeels.com)

Lucas: Michael & The Museum
You expected his house to be situated high on a hill, or surrounded by a moat. Instead, it was around the corner from a McDonald’s. It was a nice neighborhood, sure, but it just didn’t feel quite as royal as we expected. There was no doubt it was his, however: the giant “23″ on the metal gates gave it away. Five minutes later, we were standing in Michael Jordan’s foyer. (GoHeels.com)

Rashad Vaughn among trio of Minnesota natives deciding whether to play for Gophers or leave state
North Carolina isn’t in the running for Jones after it received a commitment from another top junior point guard, Joel Berry. But Tar Heels coach Roy Williams offered Vaughn a scholarship after he and assistant Hubert Davis watched Vaughn score 34 points Friday night against Totino-Grace. (St. Paul Pioneer Press)

Michael Jordan’s Influence On My Life
As the entire galaxy knows (even the martians know this, since Space Jame came out), Michael Jordan turned 50 this weekend. I wanted to pay homage to Michael Jordan by discussing how much he influenced my life (Keeping It Heel)

Michael Jordan At 50: The Shot That Started It All
Michael Jordan himself calls his game winning shot against Georgetown in 1982 “the shot that put him on the map”. It’s hard to believe it’s been 31 years since that shot. (Keeping It Heel)

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