The UNC baseball team finished third nationally, which helped the Tar Heels to another top-10 finish in the Directors' Cup. ROBERT WILLETT
CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina finished eighth in the Directors’ Cup, which measures a school’s performance in all sports in NCAA postseason competition. The UNC women’s soccer and women’s lacrosse teams won national championships, which bolstered the Tar Heels to another top-10 finish in the Directors’ Cup standings.
UNC finished first among ACC schools, followed by Florida State (11th), Duke (12th) and Virginia (20th). N.C. State (34th), Virginia Tech (36th) and Maryland (44th) also finished among the top 50 nationally. This is the fifth consecutive year that UNC has finished in the top 10 nationally.