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A men's lacrosse title will be a long time coming for one of the two finalists

When North Carolina and Maryland punched their respective tickets to Monday's NCAA lacrosse championship game (1 p.m. ET on ESPN2), they entered into a mutually beneficial contract. One of their 20-plus-year title droughts is guaranteed to end. The Tar Heels weren't supposed to be here. They were supposed to be content with just making it to Philadelphia. (ESPN.com)

Video: UNC Women's Lacrosse Post-National Championship Press Conference

North Carolina head women's lacrosse coach Jenny Levy addresses the media after the Tar Heels beat Maryland, 13-7 in the National Champion game. View Video...

Turner's Take: All We Need

The odds were stacked against the Tar Heels ahead of UNC's national championship women's lacrosse match with Maryland. The Tar Heels deserved to be here as the no. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament and with three wins to bring them to championship Sunday. But down the sideline stood the Terrapins, undefeated in 2016, winners of 26 straight games. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Beat Terps For NCAA Women's Lacrosse Title

Most Outstanding Player Aly Messinger tied her career high with six points and Megan Ward made a career-high 14 saves as North Carolina beat Maryland, 13-7, in the NCAA women’s lacrosse championship game at Talen Energy Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Tar Heels (20-2) captured their second national championship, joining the 2013 title. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Women's Lacrosse Dominates Maryland for National Championship - Highlights

Senior Megan Ward recorded a career-high 14 saves and Aly Messinger totaled 6 points (2 goals, 4 assists) to lead the Tar Heels to a 13-7 win over Maryland in the 2016 NCAA Championship game on May 29. View Video...

UNC Dethrones Maryland in NCAA Women's Lacrosse Final

For all of the talk about the Maryland women's lacrosse dynasty, North Carolina and the Tar Heels seniors were just as good. Attacker Aly Messinger, midfielder Sammy Jo Tracy and goalie Megan Ward reprised their roles as Terps killers Sunday, as UNC defeated previously unbeaten Maryland 13-7 in the NCAA championship game Sunday. (Lacrosse Magazine)

Tar Heels Crush Previously Undefeated Maryland to Win NCAA Women's Lacrosse Title

The Tar Heels avenged last season's loss to the two time defending champions with a resounding 13-7 win over Maryland to win the NCAA Championship in women's lacrosse. The title is UNC's second in program history and first since 2013. The loss for Maryland was the Terps first of the season. (Tar Heel Blog)

'Stars Align' as North Carolina Rolls into NCAA Championship Game

From North Carolina coach Joe Breschi’s perspective, his Tar Heels are rolling 7s and 11s with house money at this point. A seemingly vulnerable program heading into this year’s bracket selection, North Carolina has ridden a “nobody believed in us” philosophy to earn a spot in this year’s championship game. (Inside Lacrosse)

Video: Chris Cloutier Scores 9 Goals vs. Loyola in Final Four

UNC sophomore Chris Cloutier had a historic game in the NCAA Semifinals against Loyola, scoring nine goals in the Tar Heels' 18-13 victory. Cloutier set a new career high, a new school record for goals in a game, and has the most goals in a game on championship weekend in NCAA history. View Video...

Tar Heels To Meet Terps For NCAA Women's Lacrosse Title

Third-seeded North Carolina (19-2) will try to win its second NCAA championship in women’s lacrosse when it meets top-seeded Maryland (22-0) on Sunday at noon at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Pa. ESPNU will televise the game nationally. Carolina and Maryland will meet in the national title game for the third time in four years. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Men's Lacrosse Semifinals All-Access vs. Loyola

Chris Cloutier scored an NCAA championship weekend record nine goals to lead UNC's unseeded men's lacrosse team to an 18-13 win over seventh-seeded Loyola in the national semifinals at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday. View Video...

Women's Lacrosse: No Surprise Maryland, UNC Last Teams Standing

Of course it comes down to Maryland-North Carolina. Or is it North Carolina-Maryland? In any case, the two best women's lacrosse programs in the country over the last four years happen to be the final two teams standing at the end of this season as well. (Lacrosse Magazine)

How UNC Started Fast, Finished Off Loyola

The stars have aligned, North Carolina coach Joe Breschi said Saturday after the Tar Heels' 18-13 semifinal win over Loyola, when asked a question about his team being on the cusp of winning the program's first NCAA championship since 1991. (Lacrosse Magazine)

UNC Rides Attackman Chris Cloutier's Record Day

This wouldn’t have happened a month ago, Chris Cloutier admits. The way the North Carolina sophomore lefty attackman imposed his size. The way he found the corners of the net. The patience he displayed in stepping and waiting, and stepping and waiting, and stepping and waiting again through waves of defenders, before finally finding that sliver of space to score a historic goal. (Inside Lacrosse)

UNC's Chris Cloutier scores record 9 goals in NCAA semifinals

North Carolina's Chris Cloutier made history on Saturday during the Tar Heels' 18-13 win over Loyola in the NCAA lacrosse championship semifinals. The sophomore from Kitchener, Ontario, set a championship weekend record for goals scored by an individual in a single game with nine, and he did it on just 13 shots. (ESPN.com)

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