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NCAA women's lacrosse tournament: Top teams still standing in final four

We already know the NCAA women's lacrosse national championship will pit the Big Ten vs. the ACC. We'll find out exactly what teams will be playing for the title with Friday's semifinals that start with second-seeded Boston College facing third-seeded UNC at 5 p.m. on ESPN3 and ESPNews. The late game features No. 1 Maryland vs. No. 4 Northwestern. (ESPN.com)

Gianna Bowe a Spark Plug for UNC Women's Lacrosse Attack

In her first two seasons on the UNC women's lacrosse team, Gianna Bowe was a spark plug for the Tar Heels' attack, tallying 17 points while playing a reserve role. "She brings our team a lot of energy, she's got a never-say-die attitude and I think she can be underestimated because of her size," said coach Jenny Levy of Bowe, who is listed at 5 feet tall. (GoHeels.com)

One win away from NCAA title game, UNC women’s lacrosse team ready for BC

For the second consecutive year, North Carolina’s women’s lacrosse team has a shot at the third NCAA title in school history. Last year, its trip did not go as planned. UNC lost to the eventual national champions James Madison 15-12 in the semifinals. Although that loss hurt, it served a source of motivation, UNC sophomore Jamie Ortega said. (Durham Herald-Sun)

UNC Women's Lacrosse Heads To Baltimore For Final Four Rubber Match vs. Boston College

North Carolina will try to advance to the women's lacrosse national championship game for the fifth time when it meets No. 2 seed Boston College on Friday in Baltimore. BC beat UNC during the regular season in Chapel Hill, and the Tar Heels returned the favor by beating the Eagles in the ACC Tournament title game. ESPN News will televise the game. (GoHeels.com)

Basketball Background Benefits Emma Trenchard as UNC Women's Lacrosse’s Top Defender

Before Emma Trenchard came to North Carolina to play lacrosse, she played four years of soccer and basketball at Loomis Chaffee, a boarding school in Connecticut. On the court, her highlights are marked by multi-steal defensive efforts. Those skills have helped Trenchard transition on the lacrosse field into a top-notch defender for the Tar Heels. (US Lacrosse Magazine)

Jack Rowlett, Timmy Kelly named Lacrosse All-Americans

Jack Rowlett was named a third-team All-America defenseman by the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association on Thursday while Timmy Kelly was tapped as an honorable mention All-America as an offensive midfielder by the organization. Rowlett was an honorable mention All-America in 2018 as named by the USILA so this was his second All-America honor. (GoHeels.com)

Six Tar Heels Honored With Women's Lacrosse All-South Picks

Six UNC players were among 128 student-athletes in Division I honored by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association with a selection to one of the All-Region teams for 2019. Jamie Ortega, Katie Hoeg, and Emma Trenchard earned first-team All-South honors. Gianna Bowe, Charlotte Sofield, and Taylor Moreno made the second team. (GoHeels.com)

Women's Lacrosse Final Four Q&A With Jenny Levy

University of North Carolina women's lacrosse head coach Jenny Levy took part in an NCAA media question & answer session to preview the NCAA semifinal versus Boston College. "Obviously, we're super excited to be back in championship weekend. It's a tough road. There's a lot of great teams out there and we feel like we've earned it." (GoHeels.com)

UNC Strength & Conditioning Honors Top Performers

The UNC Strength & Conditioning staff announced team awards for the 2018-19 school year, recognizing student-athletes from Olympic sports who excelled as part of in-season and out-of-season programs. Blaine Boyden from men's tennis and Marissa Creatore from field hockey – were recognized as their teams' Iron Rams for the third year in a row. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Lacrosse a Model of Consistency

Thanks to Saturday's 14-7 win over Virginia, UNC is heading to the NCAA semifinals for the 11th time in program history. The Final Four appearance will be North Carolina's eighth in the last 11 years, its fourth in the last five and its third in the last four. The accomplishment's impressive and it raises the question: What's the key to this consistency? (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Lacrosse Runs Past Virginia, 14-7, To NCAA Final Four

No. 3 seed North Carolina went on an 11-0 run after trailing early to beat No. 6 seed Virginia, 14-7, in an NCAA Tournament quarterfinal game on Saturday at UNC Lacrosse Soccer Stadium (Highlights). The Tar Heels held Virginia scoreless for over 35 minutes to build a 12-3 lead, then held on while the Cavaliers scored four late goals in the second half. (GoHeels.com)

Olivia Ferrucci Ready to Rock & Roll for UNC Women's Lacrosse

In her return to the field last season following a knee injury, Olivia Ferrucci had to re-acclimate herself to playing lacrosse and developing chemistry with her teammates. "The connections you make on the field are different than off the field. So I was fixing that up last year. Now this year, I'm healthy, happy, friendly with my teammates and ready to rock and roll." (GoHeels.com)
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