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Name:Kara Cannizzaro
Hometown:Cazenovia, NY
High School:Cazenovia Central
Born:October 27, 1990 (29)
Notes:Women's Lacrosse

UNC Women's Lacrosse Adds Former Captain Kara Cannizzaro To Coaching Staff
UNC has hired former Tar Heel national player of the year Kara Cannizzaro as its women's lacrosse director of operations, head coach Jenny Levy announced...

UNC Adds Former National Player of the Year Kara Cannizzaro to Women’s Lacrosse Staff
The UNC women’s lacrosse team added a new member to its staff on Thursday, as head coach Jenny Levy announced that Kara Cannizzaro will become...

Twelve Tar Heels On U.S. National Women's Lacrosse Team Tryout List
US Lacrosse has named 12 current and former UNC players who have been selected to try out for the 2017 U.S. Women’s National Lacrosse Team:...

Video: Crystal Dunn, Kara Cannizzaro at the ESPYs
UNC's Crystal Dunn and Kara Cannizzaro were invited to the ESPYs as finalists for the Best Female College Athlete award. In this clip, Dunn and...

UNC Well Represented At 2013 ESPY’s
In the annual ESPY’s Awards show on ESPN Wednesday night, UNC was the only school in the country with two nominees (two of the four...

Two Tar Heels Up For ESPY Awards
University of North Carolina student-athletes Crystal Dunn and Kara Cannizzaro both are nominees for the ESPY award for Best Female College Athlete. The 2013 ESPYS...

Video: 2013 Patterson Medal Winners
Women's Lacrosse player Kara Cannizzaro and Football player Jonathan Cooper were named the recipients of the 2013 Patterson Medal...

Kara Cannizzaro, Jonathan Cooper Win Patterson Medals
Kara Cannizzaro, who led the University of North Carolina to the school's first NCAA championship in women's lacrosse, and All-America offensive guard Jonathan Cooper are...

Kara Cannizzaro Wins Honda Award
Kara Cannizzaro, a senior midfielder from the University of North Carolina who led the Tar Heels to their first NCAA women's lacrosse championship, has received...

UNC wins women's lacrosse title in triple overtime
Sammy Jo Tracy scored 31 seconds into triple overtime to give North Carolina the NCAA women's lacrosse championship with a 13-12 win over Maryland on...


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