|Leading Scorer||Leading Rebounder|
|(9) Providence||Dunn: 29||Lindsey: 4|
|(1) UNC||Johnson: 21||Johnson: 10|
- Kris Dunn was saddled with foul trouble again in the first half, but still managed 10 points on 4/5 shooting in limited minutes. He and the Friars came out hot in the second half and the game was largely back and forth with the Tar Heels holding a minimal lead Dunn picked up his 4th foul with 8:44 left in the second half, however. He didn’t sit long though. Ben Bentil picked up his 4th foul with more than 8 minutes left in the game. At the time he was leading Providence with 19 points. Less than a minute later, Bentil picked up his 5th foul chasing an offensive rebound. At the time, UNC led by 13 points. The game was at a tipping point already and Bentil fouling out sent it over the edge.
- Dunn finished with 29 points on 10/16 shooting. He finishes his Friar career high up on a number of all-time lists and honors.
- Bentil finished with 19 points on 6/16 shooting.
- Kyron Cartwright was the third leading scorer but only managed 9 points.
- The Friars end their season with a record of 24-12.
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