The Daily Roundup: Tar Heel Tuesday
Full Throttle: UNC wins fifth title, and second under Williams: "North Carolina's battle-scarred veterans won the one significant game missing from their resumes, defeating Michigan State 89-72 last night in....."
Lawson steals show: "Throughout Ty Lawson's career, coach Roy Williams has said the North Carolina point guard was only scratching the surface of his ability to be disruptive as a defender."
Jordan speaks on title: "Since he didn't do it when North Carolina won the 2005 national championship in St. Louis, Michael Jordan did not plan to speak to the Tar Heels before they played Michigan State on Monday night for the NCAA title at Ford Field."
Lawson grabs his award: "All eyes were on point guard Ty Lawson's grasp on the Cousy trophy Monday morning when he accepted the award for the nation's best point guard."
Tar Heels all contribute in NCAA championship win: "As is tradition, every North Carolina player got the pleasure of climbing the ladder and snipping a section of the net after the Tar Heels claimed the NCAA championship Monday night."
It was a game to remember: "It was there in Danny Green's head-bob and smile during pregame introductions. It was there in Tyler Hansbrough's clenched-teeth chase of the game's opening tap."
USC, Clemson rivalry offers no rest : "If Clemson and South Carolina were looking for a respite from their weekend series against two of the toughest college baseball conferences in the country, they will not find it this week."
Steele tries to mix, match LBs : "Before spring practice kicked off last month, new defensive coordinator Kevin Steele planned to mix and match Clemson’s returning linebackers at the three linebacker spots in his scheme."
Golf: Clemson men leads U.S. Collegiate : "At Alpharetta, David May fired a five under par 67 on Sunday to lead Clemson to a five under par team score of 283 and a one shot team lead after the first round of the United States Collegiate at the Golf Club of Georgia."
Tennis: Tiger women blank Boston : "At Clemson, senior Alexandra Luc won in straight sets in her final regular season match at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center, and Clemson posted a 7-0 victory against Boston College. ..."