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Trenchard Named ACC Women's Lacrosse Defender Of The Year, Levy Coach Of The Year

North Carolina, which claimed its fourth straight ACC Women's Lacrosse title at last weekend's ACC Championship, saw sophomore Emily Trenchard named ACC Defender of the Year, while head coach Jenny Levy won Coach of the Year honors for the fourth time. UNC's four straight tournament championships is the second longest streak in ACC history. (

Video: UNC Wins 2019 ACC Women's Lacrosse Championship

The North Carolina Women's Lacrosse team has won the ACC Championship for the fourth year in a row. Trailing by five goals early, UNC came back to beat Boston College 15-13. This is the second straight year the Tar Heels knocked off previously undefeated BC in the championship game. UNC's Jamie Ortega was named MVP. Read More...

Four-Peat! UNC Women's Lacrosse Downs Top-Ranked BC, 15-13, For ACC Title

For the fourth consecutive year, North Carolina is taking home the ACC Women's Lacrosse Championship trophy. For the second straight year, the Tar Heels found a way past previously unbeaten and top-ranked Boston College in the title game (Highlights). UNC spotted the top-seeded Eagles a five-goal lead in the opening minutes, and then regrouped. (

UNC Men's Lacrosse Falls To Virginia In ACC Semifinals

No. 1 seed Virginia rallied from a pair of second-half, four-goal deficits and defeated fifth-seed North Carolina, 14-13, in the first semifinal of the 2019 ACC Championship game Saturday in Chapel Hill. Down by scores of 10-6 and 12-8, Virginia (12-3) scored six of the last seven goals, including the game winner by attackman Ian Laviano with 1:30 remaining. (

UNC Women's Lacrosse Beats Duke for Spot in ACC Final

The second-seeded UNC Women's Lacrosse team eased away from rival Duke in the second half for a 16-11 win in Saturday's ACC Championship semifinal game, earning the chance to play for their fourth straight league title. UNC will face unbeaten and top-seeded Boston College for the second straight year in Sunday's 1 p.m. title game. (

Three Tar Heels Selected In WPLL Draft

A trio of UNC Women's Lacrosse players were selected to join the Women's Professional Lacrosse League in the 2019 WPLL Spring Draft this week. Draftees Emily Garrity Parros, Pick #9, Charlotte Sofield, Pick #24, and Kara Klages bring the number of UNC players in the WPLL to 12, good for the second-most represented program in the league. (

Jack Rowlett Named Men's Lacrosse All-ACC Again

North Carolina senior defenseman Jack Rowlett of Burke, Va., was named this week to the 2019 All-ACC Men's Lacrosse Team. It was the second straight year the Tar Heel standout has made the all-conference team. Rowlett has played 61 games in his career, starting 55. Rowlett leads UNC in caused turnovers with 23, 11 more than any other teammate. (

UNC Men's Lacrosse Stages Dramatic Rally To Down Syracuse 11-10

Trailing by three goals with less than four minutes to play, the UNC men's lacrosse team staged a stunning late rally to defeat seventh-ranked Syracuse 11-10 in the first round of the ACC Men's Lacrosse Tournament at UNC Lacrosse Stadium Thursday (Highlights). The victory kept UNC's NCAA post-season hopes alive as it improved to 8-6 on the season. (

Taylor Moreno, Jamie Ortega Are Tewaaraton Award Nominees

UNC sophomores Taylor Moreno and Jamie Ortega are among 25 nominees for the 2019 Tewaaraton Award, the top individual honor in women's lacrosse. The Tewaaraton Award committee made the announcement Thursday after it narrowed its list to 25 nominees. Moreno and Ortega both earned first-team All-ACC honors this season. (

View Contracts of Roy Williams, Anson Dorrance, Mike Fox, and More

The employment contracts containing the salaries of several North Carolina coaches are available to view online, including those of Men's Basketball coach , Women's Soccer coach , Baseball coach , and more. Also included are the coaches' supplemental contracts and licensing agreements with Nike and UNC-Learfield. (

Record-Setting Day As UNC Women's Lacrosse Bounces Hokies, 19-9

Paced by record performances by Jamie Ortega and Katie Hoeg, the Tar Heels pulled away from Virginia Tech for a 19-9 win in the ACC Women's Lacrosse Championship quarterfinals (Highlights). Ortega set ACC Championship single-game records with eight goals and 12 points, and Hoeg's six assists set another single-game tournament mark. (

‘The type of person I want to be around’: Katie Hoeg drives UNC women's lacrosse

Katie Hoeg’s lacrosse career took off after she discovered her love of the sport in sixth grade, and her work ethic and family would drive her to the success she’s had — from being ranked the No. 6 recruit in the country to earning second-team All-America honors from IL Women and breaking UNC’s school record for points as a sophomore. (Daily Tar Heel)
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