UNC Lacrosse

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Lacrosse.

No. 7 UNC Women’s Lacrosse Falls Short Against No. 5 Notre Dame, 7-5

The seventh-ranked University of North Carolina women's lacrosse team fell short in a defensive battle with No. 5 Notre Dame on Saturday, dropping a 7-5 decision at Dorrance Field. The Tar Heels fall to 4-2 (1-1 ACC). Alyssa Long got UNC on the board with 7:05 on the clock. Eva Ingrilli and Reilly Casey both had goals assisted by Ashley Humphrey. (

No. 19 UNC Men's Lacrosse Falls To No. 14 Princeton Friday

Behind five goals and two assists from Coulter Mackesy, the No. 14 Princeton Tigers defeated No. 19 North Carolina (2-2), 15-9, in non-conference action Friday. The visiting Tigers jumped out to an early 3-1 lead less than eight minutes into the game, however three-straight Owen Duffy goals propelled Carolina to a one-goal lead after the first quarter. (

No. 8 UNC Women’s Lacrosse Blitzes High Point, 23-3

The No. 8 North Carolina women's lacrosse team scored early and often, cruising to a 23-3 win over High Point on Sunday afternoon at Dorrance Field. UNC dominated every statistical category, out-shooting HPU 41-11 and 28-10 on goal. Eleven players had a goal while 12 had a point. Ashley Humphrey recorded eight points and Reilly Casey finished with six. (

No. 8 UNC Women’s Lacrosse Hosts High Point Sunday Afternoon

Following an overtime win in the ACC opener on Friday night, the No. 8 North Carolina women's lacrosse team returns home to host High Point for an in-state matchup on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET at Dorrance Field. The game will air on ACCNX with Brian Waer on call. Fans are also encouraged to stay after the game for a poster signing session with the team. (

No. 15 UNC Men’s Lacrosse Falls To No. 9 Johns Hopkins, 13-9

A hat trick by Brendan Grimes and 13 saves from goalkeeper Chayse Ierlan helped lift No. 9 Johns Hopkins over No. 15 UNC Men's Lacrosse on Saturday, 13-9. Dominic Pietramala and Ty English led the Tar Heels' offense with two goals each. Logan McGovern and Owen Duffy each recorded two assists. Goalkeeper Collin Krieg made 11 saves. (

No. 15 UNC Men's Lacrosse Hosts No. 9 Johns Hopkins In Home Opener Saturday

No. 15 UNC Men's Lacrosse (2-0) returns to Chapel Hill and Dorrance Field to host the No. 9 Johns Hopkins Blue Jays (3-1) on Saturday at noon (ACCNX). Since 1981, North Carolina and Johns Hopkins have met in all but one season (2021). The Tar Heels defeated the Blue Jays to win the program's first two national championships in 1981 and '82. (

No. 8 UNC Women's Lacrosse Downs No. 15 Virginia In Overtime Thriller, 10-9

Freshman Eva Ingrilli netted the golden goal in the first overtime period to secure a 10-9 win for the eighth-ranked North Carolina women's lacrosse team over No. 15 Virginia on Friday night in Charlottesville, Virginia, at Klöckner Stadium. Ingrilli had three goals while Dirks, Humphrey and Wurzburger all had two. Humphrey had a team-high four points. (

No. 8 UNC Women’s Lacrosse Begins ACC Play At No. 15 Virginia Friday

The eighth-ranked North Carolina women's lacrosse team travels to Charlottesville to take on No. 15 Virginia at 5 p.m. ET on Friday night. The game, held at Klöckner Stadium, will air on ACCNX with Kevin DiDomenico on call. UNC head coach Jenny Levy graduated from Virginia in 1992 and led the Cavaliers to their first national championship in 1991. (

Strong Second Half Lifts UNC Women's Lacrosse Over No. 12 Florida, 19-10

After a big second half in which the North Carolina women's lacrosse team out-scored Florida 11-2, the sixth-ranked Tar Heels posted a big 19-10 win over the 12th-ranked Gators on Saturday at Dorrance Field (Highlights). Eleven Tar Heels notched at least one point, led by Ashley Humphrey with a game-high five behind two goals and three assists. (

Big Third Quarter Sparks UNC Men’s Lacrosse Over Fairfield

Seven-straight goals in the third quarter propelled the UNC men's lacrosse team (2-0) over Fairfield, 19-8, Saturday at Georgetown Prep in Maryland. Dominic Pietramala (five goals, two assists) and Owen Duffy (three goals, four assists) paced the Tar Heel offense. Ten Tar Heels found the back of the net. Goalkeeper Collin Krieg stopped eight shots. (
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