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No. 1 UNC Women's Lacrosse rallies by Stony Brook to earn 13th Final Four trip

The No. 1 North Carolina women's lacrosse team rebounded from its lowest-scoring half of the season (three first-half goals) and used a four-goal second-half run to advance to the Final Four on Thursday at Dorrance Field (Highlights). The Tar Heels' 8-5 NCAA tournament quarterfinal victory over No. 7 Stony Brook was their 33rd straight home victory. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC vs. Stony Brook Meet In Battle Of Complete Teams In NCAA Women's Lacrosse Quarterfinals

The Seawolves head to North Carolina to take on top-seeded Tar Heels on Thursday. Last year, Stony Brook nearly upset UNC, but Carolina closed out the game with five straight goals to win 14-11. While Stony Brook has been on the doorstep of its first NCAA Final Four in program history, UNC has been on the doorstep of winning its third National Championship. (Inside Lacrosse)

No. 1 UNC Women's Lacrosse Hosts Stony Brook Thursday For Spot In Final Four

The top-seeded and No. 1-ranked UNC women's lacrosse team (19-0) will try for the 13th NCAA final four trip in program history when it hosts seventh-ranked Stony Brook (16-2) on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Dorrance Field. UNC has reached for the NCAA semifinals in nine of the last 12 years. ESPNU will televise Thursday's game live nationally. (GoHeels.com)

Chris Gray, Connor Maher Named Inside Lacrosse All-Americans

UNC men's lacrosse players Chris Gray and Connor Maher were named All-America by Inside Lacrosse. Gray earned first-team All-America honors and was selected second overall in the 2022 Premier Lacrosse League College Draft. Gray was also named a Tewaaraton Finalist for the second straight year. Maher earned second-team All-America honors. (GoHeels.com)

Undefeated UNC Women's Lacrosse has been here before but is in different place

UNC women’s lacrosse stars have been here before — undefeated, top-ranked, No. 1 seed and in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals. The Tar Heels are in the same situation as a year ago, facing Stony Brook at Dorrance Field with a Final Four berth on the line. But 5-time All-American says the weight of an unbeaten record isn’t as daunting. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Chansky’s Notebook: Unbeatable?

Surely, there’s a team out there that will give the UNC women’s lacrosse team a game. North Carolina scored early and often in the first half against Virginia, going up 13-0 before the Cavaliers' two goals right at the end. Those must have toasted coach Jenny Levy’s ladies, who outscored Virginia 11-0 from there. Fourteen different players had goals. (Chapelboro.com)

Top-ranked UNC women's lacrosse dominates Virginia, 24-2, in NCAA Tournament

What does domination look like? UNC scored the game’s first 13 goals and the last 11, dominating draws early in a 24-2 victory at Dorrance Field behind ’s four goals and five assists (Highlights). That was the most goals in an NCAA tournament game in program history. UNC (19-0) advances to face Stony Brook in Thursday's quarterfinals. (Tar Heel Tribune)

No. 1 UNC Women's Lacrosse Opens NCAA Tournament vs. Virginia On Sunday

The No. 1-ranked UNC women's lacrosse team (18-0) begins NCAA Tournament play at Dorrance Field on Sunday, May 15 at noon against Virginia. UNC is on an 18-game winning streak, the third-longest in program history, and enters the NCAA Tournament having won the ACC regular season and tournament championships for the second straight year. (GoHeels.com)

Chris Gray Selected As A Finalist For Tewaaraton Award

UNC's Chris Gray has been selected as one of five finalists for the men's Tewaaraton Award, given to the nation's top college lacrosse player. The attackman was a finalist last year and is the first Tar Heel named a finalist twice for the prestigious honor. Jed Prossner in 2004 and in 2013 are the only other Tar Heels to be named a finalist. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women’s Lacrosse Looking to Capture Elusive Third NCAA Title

The 18-0 Tar Heels enter the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed for the second straight year. The UNC women’s lacrosse program has become one of the most dominant on campus, winning six straight ACC Tournaments. Under coach Jenny Levy, the only head coach in program history, the Tar Heels have appeared in nine of the last 12 Final Fours. (Chapelboro.com)
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