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Former UNC women's lacrosse player Elizabeth Haus on front lines of coronavirus pandemic

During Elizabeth Haus' stint on the North Carolina women's lacrosse team, the Tar Heels won a national championship and three ACC titles. Now Haus is serving on the front lines as a registered nurse at Colorado Children's Hospital in Denver. Coronavirus has drastically changed her day-to-day life. Haus works 12-hour shifts in the pediatric intensive care unit. (WRAL Sports Fan)

UNC Honors ACC Top Six For Service Award Recipients

Each year, UNC Athletics selects six student-athletes or teams to receive ACC Top Six for Service Awards, recognizing outstanding community outreach. Honorees for 2019-20 are the UNC men's and women's soccer teams, the wrestling team, Brooke Bauer (swimming), Patrick Lyons (lacrosse), Elizabeth Mitchell (rowing), and (basketball). (GoHeels.com)

Monday ACC Network Tar Heel Takeover Schedule

On Monday, April 20, the ACC Network will air 24 straight hours of North Carolina sports programming from midnight to midnight during their "Tar Heel Takeover". Here is the day's schedule, comprised of classic Carolina victories from several UNC sports over the past 20 years. Read More...

UNC Celebrates Outstanding Performances With Rammy Awards

The eighth-annual Rammy Awards had a different look from previous years but recognized the same outstanding level of Tar Heel talent, honoring top performances by UNC student-athletes and teams over the past year. The 2020 edition of the Carolina Athletics awards show took place online, with honors announced on the @GoHeels Twitter account. (GoHeels.com)

ACC Network To Air All-Day UNC Programming On April 20

ACC Network continues its second week of ACC Network School Takeovers on Monday, April 20. North Carolina will kick off Week 2 on April 20, followed on successive days by NC State, Notre Dame, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest. ACC Network School Takeovers highlights each ACC institution with a full 24 hours of original content. (ESPN.com)

Four UNC Student-Athletes Honored With Chancellor's Awards

Katie Hoeg, a senior on the North Carolina women's lacrosse team, has been selected as the winner of this year's Memorial Award, an honor that goes each year to one outstanding UNC student-athlete. Other award winners for 2019-20 are Nicole Greene (Track & Field), Ashley Smith (Cross Country/ Track & Field), and Ezra Wright (Fencing) (GoHeels.com)

Heels At Home: How UNC Student-Athletes Are Staying Fit While Apart

UNC student-athletes have had to display discipline, dedication and creativity to remain fit while social distancing. Read about how they've done it, some from their hometowns and some from their off-campus housing in Chapel Hill. Jamie Ortega, Women's Lacrosse: "It's just so weird. Like, why am I home, shooting on my high school field alone?" (GoHeels.com)

Katie Hoeg, Jamie Ortega Named Inside Lacrosse's National Players Of The Year

North Carolina women's lacrosse standouts Katie Hoeg and Jamie Ortega have been named Inside Lacrosse's National Players of the Year, as announced by the magazine on Wednesday. The duo joins , the winner of the 2013 Honda Sports Award, as the only players in UNC's 25-season history to win a national player of the year award. (GoHeels.com)

Will Bowen, Matt Wright Earn Freshman All-America Lacrosse Honors

North Carolina's Will Bowen and Matt Wright received freshmen All-America honors from College Crosse on Tuesday. Bowen, a redshirt freshman defenseman from Cohasset, Mass., was named to College Crosse's 2020 All-Freshmen first team. Wright, a freshman from Calgary, Alberta, earned honorable mention All-Freshmen honors as a defensive midfielder. (GoHeels.com)

Emily Nalls Named to ILWomen All-Rookie Team

North Carolina freshman midfielder Emily Nalls has been named to Inside Lacrosse's All-Rookie Team, the magazine announced on Tuesday. The lone freshman starter for the top-ranked Tar Heels, Nalls made an impact all over the field. The Glenwood, Md., native tied for the team lead with five caused turnovers, scored two goals, and dished out an assist. (GoHeels.com)
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