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Previewing UNC’s 2018 Men's Lacrosse Schedule

The Tar Heels add Lafayette, Mercer, and St. John’s to their nonconference schedule, replacing Dartmouth and UMBC. UNC adds one more game this year. Best Nonconference Game: vs. Denver: A marquee matchup is on a Monday afternoon. They’ll have the entire lacrosse world focused on Chapel Hill, and these meetings have always been entertaining. (CollegeCrosse.com)

Marcus Holman Named To U.S. Men's Lacrosse Team For World Championships

U.S. national team coach John Danowski has named the 23-player roster that will represent the United States in the Federation of International Lacrosse Men's World Championship July 12-21 in Israel. The U.S. team will again include 2013 UNC alumnus Marcus Holman, who also played on the National Team at the World Championships in Denver in 2014. (GoHeels.com)

Turner's Take: Gratitude

What a privilege! How grateful are we that we are Carolina? That doesn't mean that everything that Carolina does is right — as we've learned over the past seven years. But there's a reason that the ABC fans have to join forces. It's because they're not Carolina. In fact, Carolina so dominates the thoughts of some that they can't even fully enjoy their own successes. (Argyle Report)

Tar Heels Help Make The Holidays Happier

On Dec. 13, 34 UNC student-athletes traveled to the Orange County Social Services Center to drop off toys and other gifts for local children, the culminating act of this year's Share Your Holiday program, which is an annual event for Tar Heel teams. Student-athletes donated their own money for the effort and raised more than $8,000, which was then used to sponsor 34 children (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Announce 2018 Men's Lacrosse Schedule

UNC announced a challenging 2018 men's lacrosse schedule Friday. The Tar Heels will continue to play the nation's best teams following a 2017 ACC championship season in which the Tar Heels made an 11th successive NCAA Tournament appearance. UNC will open with three straight home games before heading to Johns Hopkins for a Friday night game on February 23. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Lacrosse Checks In at No. 10 In Face-Off Yearbook poll

With the beginning of the 2018 NCAA Division I men's lacrosse season less than two months away, Face-Off Yearbook has released its Top 25 ranking. Coach Joe Breschi's Tar Heels, the defending ACC champions, check in at No. 10 in the poll. The 2018 schedule is awaiting final television details but it is hoped it will be released prior to Christmas. (GoHeels.com)

Jenny Levy Far From Bored

Jenny Levy has served as UNC's first and only women's lacrosse coach since 1994. She's built the program from scratch. As she sat in her office shortly after being named the head coach for the U.S. women's national team, Levy reflected on all of her experiences. Saturday will cap off a momentous year for her, as she'll enter Virginia's Lacrosse Hall of Fame. (GoHeels.com)

Total Tar Heels: Nov. 22, 2017

As we look ahead to Thanksgiving tomorrow, read on for numerous ways that UNC student-athletes show their gratitude and give back to our community. We're grateful for the way they represent Carolina. Total Tar Heels is a digest that provides a behind-the-scenes look at UNC student-athletes and some of the things they do away from competition. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Men's Lacrosse Coach Joe Breschi on Being a Champion

North Carolina men's lacrosse coach, Joe Breschi, talks about leading the Tar Heels to their first national championship in 25 years, the joys of winning as a team, and what it feels like to hold up the trophy at the end of the season. Read More...

Jenny Levy Finds Inspiration Close to Home

Jenny Levy didn’t have to look far for inspiration when considering applying to become the head coach of the U.S. women’s national lacrosse team. Her colleague at UNC, Anson Dorrance, was the coach of the U.S. women’s soccer team at a pivotal stage in that sport. “I spent a lot of time talking to him about those early years that changed U.S. women's soccer forever." (US Lacrosse Magazine)

Jenny Levy Named Head Coach Of U.S. Women's Lacrosse National Team

Jenny Levy, the two-time NCAA champion women's lacrosse coach at the University of North Carolina, has been named as the head coach for the U.S. women's national team. US Lacrosse made the announcement on Thursday afternoon. "I am extremely excited about the opportunity to lead the U.S. National Team program for the next three-and-a-half years," Levy says. (GoHeels.com)

UNC's Graduation Success Rate Rises In NCAA Data

Nine Carolina teams scored 100 percent for the four-year period in their respective Graduation Success Rates (GSR) including men's and women's fencing, field hockey, women's golf, gymnastics, women's lacrosse, women's swimming and diving, men's tennis and volleyball. Nineteen sports topped 80 percent and 23 sports reached at least 75 percent in the GSR. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Bring Happy HEELoween To Hospital

The annual HEELoween party on Tuesday afternoon brought Halloween fun to patients at UNC Children's Hospital. Tar Heel student-athletes helped to decorate the hospital's Pediatric Play Atrium then played games and did crafts with patients who could come to the party, and visited rooms to meet with some of those who couldn't. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Jenny Levy on how to foster a championship team

Stay the course. Do it the right way. Enjoy the journey. North Carolina women's lacrosse head coach Jenny Levy explains how to foster a Championship team as she has won two in her career in Chapel Hill. Read More...

Video: UNC Coaches on what it takes to be a national champion

All nine of North Carolina's current national championship-winning coaches describe summarize what it takes to become an NCAA champion. Read More...

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