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With ACC Championship victory, North Carolina men's lacrosse refuses to say its goodbyes

The North Carolina men’s lacrosse family wasn’t ready to say goodbye just yet. After winning the national championship in 2016, UNC had no plans of ruling out a repeat. More importantly, its players simply didn’t want to say goodbye to one another. “This is the tightest team I’ve ever been a part of,” junior attackman Chris Cloutier said. (Daily Tar Heel)

Chris Cloutier Named National Men’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week

After leading the UNC men’s lacrosse team to an improbable ACC Tournament Championship over the weekend, junior attacker Chris Cloutier was named the National Offensive Player of the Week by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. Cloutier scored six goals and dished out three assists over the course of UNC’s two wins in Durham. (Chapelboro.com)

Molly Hendrick, Marie McCool Earn ACC Women's Lacrosse Honors

Wednesday marked the release of the ACC’s Individual Women’s Lacrosse Awards, with a pair of Tar Heels being recognized. Senior Molly Hendrick–who leads UNC (16-2) with 66 goals entering the NCAA Tournament–was named the league’s Attacker of the Year. Meanwhile, junior Marie McCool earned the distinction as the ACC Midfielder of the Year. (Chapelboro.com)

Photos, Analysis: North Carolina Tops Notre Dame in ACC Championship, Clinches Winning Record

The defending NCAA champion North Carolina Tar Heels became the 2017 ACC Champions with a 14-10 win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in front of a crowd of 2,325 at Koskinen Stadium on Sunday. Attackman Luke Goldstock led the Tar Heels with four goals, while Chris Cloutier’s hat trick and two from freshman midfielder William Perry carried the load among eight different scorers. (Inside Lacrosse)

Austin Pifani Named ACC Men's Lacrosse Defensive Player of Year

A long and distinguished career was honored Tuesday as University of North Carolina men's lacrosse senior defenseman Austin Pifani was named the 2017 ACC Defenseman of the Year. Pifani is a senior from Roslyn, Pa. He was a captain of the Tar Heels' 2016 NCAA championship team and also a captain for UNC's 2017 ACC championship team. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel Strength & Conditioning Announces Annual Honors

The UNC Strength and Conditioning staff has announced team awards for 2016-17, recognizing outstanding members of each Olympic sports team. Honorees have been selected based on performance and effort throughout the school year. The top award for each team is the Iron Ram Award, which goes to the athlete with the best overall performance during the year. (GoHeels.com)

Huge weekend for UNC sports

It's not every weekend that a school wins three ACC Championships, but that is just what UNC did over the weekend as both men's and women's lacrosse won the ACC title and women's tennis brought home the conference crown as well. The No. 18 UNC men's lacrosse team defeated No. 6 Notre Dame 14-10 Sunday in the ACC Championship men's lacrosse title game. (Carolina Blue)

Chansky’s Notebook: Another Day To Remember

It was another of those Super Sundays for Carolina. The NCAA must want to eat their paperwork when something happens like it did Sunday from Rome, Georgia, to Durham to Chapel Hill to Richmond. Carolina teams won three ACC championships and what seemed like the World Series under bright beautiful skies in those locations. Let’s go over them, shall we? (Chapelboro.com)

Video: UNC Women's Lacrosse Repeats as ACC Champions

Behind a seven-goal game from tournament MVP Molly Hendrick, North Carolina defeated Syracuse, 18-11, to claim the ACC championship on April 30, 2017. View Video...

Desperate Tar Heels win ACC, should have chance to defend NCAA title in men’s lacrosse

North Carolina not only saved its men’s lacrosse season, but the Tar Heels picked up an Atlantic Coast Conference championship along the way. So the reigning national champions should have a chance to defend their title in May. “We had to do this or this would be the end,” junior attackman Chris Cloutier said. “It’s also something that pushes us.” (Burlington Times News)

Video: UNC Men's Lacrosse Tops Irish for ACC Title - Highlights

Luke Goldstock and Chris Cloutier combined for seven goals as the Tar Heels topped Notre Dame, 14-10, in the ACC Championship game on April 30, 2017. View Video...

UNC Women's Lacrosse Runs Past Syracuse For Second Consecutive ACC Title

The top-seeded UNC women's lacrosse team got a career day from MVP Molly Hendrick and beat second-seeded Syracuse, 18-11, on Sunday in the ACC Tournament final. UNC closed the game on a 9-0 run and held Syracuse scoreless for the final 18:38 of the game. For the Tar Heels, it was their second consecutive ACC title and their third overall. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Lacrosse Wins ACC Title 14-10 Over No. 6 Notre Dame

Led by Chris Cloutier's MVP performance, the #18 North Carolina Tar Heels defeated #6 Notre Dame 14-10 Saturday in the ACC Championship game. With the win, the Tar Heels become NCAA Tournament eligible at 8-7, winning their first ACC championship since 2013. Luke Goldstock had four goals for the Tar Heels and joined Cloutier on the All-Tournament Team. (GoHeels.com)

UNC, Syracuse meet Sunday for ACC women's lacrosse championship

Familiar foes will collide in Sunday’s 1 p.m. Atlantic Coast Conference women’s lacrosse championship match at Sports Backers Stadium. Top-seeded North Carolina (15-2) and second-seeded Syracuse (15-5) will meet for the third consecutive year in the final match of the ACC season. Expect drama. North Carolina won last year in overtime. Syracuse won in overtime in 2015. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Men's Lacrosse: Irish and Tar Heels Square Off For ACC Championship Crown

The University of Notre Dame men's lacrosse team takes on North Carolina in the ACC Championship final in Durham, North Carolina at noon ET on Sunday, April 30. The game will be played at Koskinen Stadium on Duke’s campus. The game will be broadcast live on ESPNU with Anish Shroff (play-by-play), Quint Kessenich (analyst) and Paul Carcaterra (analyst) on the call. (Notre Dame Athletics)

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