Elizabeth Singletary

Elizabeth is currently a junior majoring in broadcast journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is involved in many facets of media, including being a sports writer for The Daily Tar Heel, a reporter for UNC's Sports Xtra, and on-air talent for local ACC Network and ESPN3 productions. In addition, she also serves as a runner for CBS at Carolina Panthers games and at UNC and Duke basketball games. Upon graduation, Elizabeth hopes to be employed in live game production, preferably as a sideline reporter.

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Janelle Bailey turns in career night in women's basketball win over Radford

“She’s a huge ingredient to our team,” head coach Sylvia Hatchell said. “She makes everybody else better because she draws attention, and the defense has to collapse on her.” According to Hatchell, however, there are some improvements that need to be made to her game. “I just want her to be a little more mobile, working on her jumping and everything, and offensive rebounding,” Hatchell said. “She had 10 (rebounds), but they were all defensive.” She has 21 rebounds, only four of which are offe

Recruiting blog: A closer look on UNC basketball 2018 commits Coby White and Rechon Black

Despite his size, his skill set and athleticism could more than compensate. In this year's EYBL season, he averaged 21.6 points per game while shooting 56 percent from the field and 34 percent behind the arc. He also averaged 3.1 assists per game, 3.5 rebounds per game and 1.3 steals per game. White's game is likely to draw comparisons to that of former N.C. State and current Dallas Mavericks' player Dennis Smith Jr. In terms of a UNC comparison, his athleticism and ability to explode to the r

Thick storylines continue to brew as preseason camp ends

When asked if any quarterback has stood out so far, head coach Larry Fedora kept it short and sweet: “No.” After a little more prodding, Fedora elaborated. “They’re all competing," Fedora said. "That’s what I like. They’re all competing, so we’ve still got a ways to go before someone separates themselves." Although Fedora’s lips are sealed, Harris has the clear advantage in experience. Before coming to Chapel Hill, Harris attended LSU, playing in 25 games and starting 15 games. He started all

UNC women's soccer plays as one in 3-1 win over Miami

Despite being out-possessed, the Hurricanes (8-5, ACC 3-2) struck first in the 12th minute with a goal just outside of keeper Lindsey Harris’ outstretched grasp. Following the goal, the domination of possession continued for UNC. Finally, in the 40th minute, Megan Buckingham slotted the ball perfectly to Bridgette Andrzejewski, who placed it inside the far post right past the Miami keeper. “Once we get that first goal, no matter whose it is, it always follows with a really good next goal," An
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