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UNC Women's Lacrosse Advances To NCAA Championship Game

The UNC women's lacrosse team is back in the NCAA championship game for the second straight year and the third time in four years after the #3 Tar Heels defeated Penn State 12-11 Friday in the national semifinals. UNC will play for the national championship at 12 noon on Sunday against the winner of Friday's second semifinal game between top-seeded Maryland and fourth-seeded Syracuse. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Women's Lacrosse Edges Penn State 12-11 in NCAA Semis

Carly Reed tied her career high with five goals to lead Carolina as the Tar Heels advanced to the national title game with a 12-11 win over Penn State on May 27, 2016. View Video...

Sorting through some post-draft deadline ACC power rankings

2. North Carolina: The roster includes eight players who appeared in at least 30 games for an NCAA tournament runner-up and three heavily recruited freshmen. Justin Jackson has a chance to become the Tar Heels’ go-to scorer, but their leading All-ACC candidate is point guard Joel Berry, who was UNC’s most consistent player in 2015-16. (Fayetteville Observer)

How UNC's Brice Johnson compares to Roy Williams' other NBA Draft picks

There's been a handful of nice NBA players, but not one player to play for Roy Williams at UNC has made an All-Star Game. With that in mind, where does Brice Johnson stack up? Johnson played for four years at North Carolina. He had a tremendous senior season, including a game wherein he had 39 points and 23 rebounds. (CBS Sports)

Roy Williams recovering from knee replacement surgery

UNC Hall of Fame basketball coach Roy Williams is recovering from knee replacement surgery. In an email Friday, athletics spokesman Steve Kirschner says Williams is "resting comfortably" after the procedure on his right knee. Kirschner says there's no exact recovery timetable but Williams is expected to be on the road for July recruiting "as usual." (Associated Press)

UNC DT Jeremiah Clarke Returns; OL Will Dancy Exits

Redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Jeremiah Clarke, who was not enrolled at UNC during the spring semester for undisclosed reasons, is back in Chapel Hill for summer school and is eligible for the fall semester, according to a UNC spokesperson. Will Dancy, a senior interior offensive lineman, is set to graduate from UNC and will transfer for the 2016 season. (Inside Carolina)

Historic breakdown of UNC's football schedule

UNC's football schedule this year features plenty of tough games, starting off against Georgia and Illinois. Then the Heels will have a tough stretch of games in the coastal division and most importantly, UNC will face Florida State on October 1. Let's look at history and see how the Tar Heels have fared against this years' opponents. (Carolina Blue)

Chansky’s Notebook: The Harvey Rules

They are calling the Dark Knight the Pale Pawn. Former Tar Heel Matt Harvey made it big in the majors a year after he joined the Mets in 2013. That’s when his menacing beard and tough-guy demeanor on the mound made him an all-star and gave him his nickname, which he played to the hilt as a man about town. Things aren’t so good for the Dark Knight these days. (Chapelboro.com)

Video: An abundance of ACC hoops riches in the Triangle

If recent events are any indication, it's going to be a crazy fun year for fans of the Triangle's ACC basketball teams. UNC welcomes back three key players who pondered turning pro, Duke added another monster recruit to its already talented roster, and N.C. State landed a five-star 7-footer to pair with their flashy five-star point guard. (ABC 11)

Sporting News college football pre-season Top 25

18. North Carolina The Tar Heels were the surprise team in the ACC Coastal Division last season, and Larry Fedora found the right combination on both sides with the help of defensive coordinator Gene Chizik. Mitch Trubisky replaces quarterback Marquise Williams, but handing off to running back Elijah Hood, who rushed for 1,488 yards and 17 TDs last season, should help. (Sporting News)

Lions’ Ebron: It’s time to ‘be great’

Despite being 23 years old and having two years NFL experience, Eric Ebron is on the receiving end of a nasty label. Impatient fans didn’t wait long to call Ebron a bust, but Pro Football Focus called him one, too. “It’s a long offseason,” Ebron said when asked about the criticism. “Somebody’s got to make money by selling something." (Detroit News)

Panthers safety Tre Boston: 'Trust me, I'm not losing it this year'

Tre Boston is as fun-loving as any member of the Carolina Panthers. Seldom do you see him without that infectious smile or cracking jokes with one of his teammates. This was one of those rare moments. Boston was businesslike, almost defiant, as he proclaimed this year he wouldn’t lose the starting free safety job as he did last season. (ESPN.com)

Turner's Take: Business Trip, Too

Joe Breschi had planned to be in Philadelphia this weekend. In 1991, the Carolina men's lacrosse team won the NCAA Division I Tournament with an 18-13 victory over Towson. Breschi was a young first-year assistant to Dave Klarmann that season. That team will celebrate the 25th anniversary of its title win at halftime of the men's championship game on Monday. (GoHeels.com)

UNC men's lacrosse playing for Joe Breschi and his son the rest of the way

Joe Breschi didn’t want to cry anymore. He had done that enough already. When the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team upset Marquette in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on May 14, it booked a trip to Columbus, Ohio for the national quarterfinal. It was a place Breschi knew all too well. (Daily Tar Heel)

Season in Review: Kennedy Meeks

It was a season of ups and downs for Kennedy Meeks. The Charlotte native came back from a midseason leg injury to score 23 points in a win over N.C. State but struggled to find his offensive rhythm for the majority of the remaining ACC schedule. Meeks flourished during the NCAA tournament, finding his offensive groove and contributing to UNC's Final Four run. (Carolina Blue)

Shakeel Rashad on his legacy, future of UNC Football

"I think they are going to continue to get better," Shakeel Rashad told CarolinaBlue about his expectations for UNC football in the near future. "That was the last thing I remember saying, 'if I come back next year for a game and y'all aren't better than last year I am going to be [ticked].' I fully expect them to be better than last year.." (Carolina Blue)

Video: UNC Women's Lacrosse Pre-Final Four Practice & Stick Tricks

Freshman attacker Gianna Bowe walks GoHeelsTV through Day 2 in Philadelphia at the Final Four. UNC plays Penn State Friday, May 27th at 5pm in Talen Enegy Stadium. View Video...

#1 Hayley Carter, Whitney Kay Advance To NCAA Tennis Round of 16

Top seed and No. 1-ranked Hayley Carter of the UNC women’s tennis team won in straight sets on Thursday in the second round of the NCAA Singles Championship. Carter topped UCLA’s 17th-ranked Catherine Harrison in the Round of 32 by scores of 6-1, 7-5 in at Case Tennis Stadium on the campus of the University of Tulsa. (GoHeels.com)

Carly Davis, UNC women's lacrosse look for another title

In her collegiate career, Carly Davis knows what it’s like to win a championship and what’s it’s like to come up just short. The Skaneateles native was a redshirt freshman on the University of North Carolina women’s lacrosse team that won the program’s first NCAA Division I championship in 2013 and played on the Tar Heels squad that fell in the national title game to Maryland last season. (Auburn (NY) Citizen)

It all comes down to this for final four men's lacrosse teams

Each team comes to Philadelphia carrying some baggage. For UNC, it's making its first final four appearance since 1993. For Loyola Maryland, it's returning for the first time since winning the title in 2012. For Brown, owners of the high-flying offense, it's being in the semifinals for the first time since the mid-1990s. And Maryland? The Terps have been here before. (Baltimore Sun)

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