The North Carolina women’s basketball team has announced its Atlantic Coast Conference schedule for the next season 2022-2023.
After their 25-7 record last season, the UNC women’s basketball program is headed in the right direction, and this could be the year they put it all together. Coached by coach Courtney Banghart, North Carolina finished with a 13-5 record in the conference, dancing to the sweet 16 before losing to eventual national champions South Carolina.
UNC will open its ACC schedule against Florida State on Dec. 29 at Carmichael Arena, the home turf they defended with a 13-1 record last season. They then have two road games against Virginia Tech to open the new year on January 1 and then travel to Miami for a reunion with the Hurricanes on the 5th.
North Carolina then hosts the Fighting Irish on January 8 before traveling to face the Virginia Cavaliers on January 12. The next three games on the ACC schedule are at home, hosting NC State on the 15th, Duke on the 19th and Georgia Tech on the 22nd. They will then hit the road for a matchup against Pittsburgh on the 26th, ending January in South Carolina against the Clemson Tigers on the 29th.
Their February opens with their second meeting of the season against the Cavaliers, but this time at home on Day 2. UNC hits the road on February 5 to take on Louisville and wrap up their road trip against Syracuse on the 9th. They have a brief stint in home to Boston College on the 12th, then hit the road again to battle NC State on the 16th.
UNC hosts two more home games, against Wake Forest on Feb. 19 and Virginia Tech on the 23rd, before capping off its ACC schedule on the road against Duke on Feb. 26.
There’s a lot of buzz surrounding North Carolina’s women’s basketball program this year, and posting another solid performance in the ACC could help them cut the net at the end of the season.
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