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Kerrigan Miller: 'Everything really does happen for a reason.'

UNC Women's Lacrosse Transfer Kerrigan Miller: "I am getting my masters while playing lacrosse alongside (my lifelong friend) Katie Hoeg at UNC. In the few months that I’ve attended UNC, I’ve had the chance to meet a whole new team and group of friends. As I look back at this year, I am now a believer that everything really does happen for a reason." (Inside Lacrosse)

UNC Tops Nike/US Lacrosse Division I Women's Preseason Top 20

Already the unquestioned No. 1 team at the end of the shortened 2020 season, North Carolina got even better in the offseason. Coach Jenny Levy added transfers Kerrigan Miller and Katie Bourque to fortify the midfield, strengthening the team and positioning the Tar Heels as the No. 1 team in the Nike/US Lacrosse Division I Women’s Preseason Top 20. (US Lacrosse Magazine)

Katie Hoeg: 'Chasing Dreams'

Katie Hoeg: "Each time I put on a Carolina jersey, I am reminded of a young girl in the backyard. Holding her lacrosse stick, she spent hours practicing new skills, and challenging her limitations. This young girl in the backyard dreamt of competing at the highest level and winning national championships. I am still the young girl in the backyard." (Inside Lacrosse)

Despite two-sport start, UNC's Julia Dorsey envisions pro soccer career over lacrosse

Reaching the Division I level in one sport is hard enough. North Carolina sophomore Julia Dorsey did it twice. A member of both the Tar Heels women's soccer and lacrosse teams, Dorsey plays for two of the best college programs in the country in their respective sports. She began playing soccer when she was 5 and lacrosse when she was 8. (Daily Tar Heel)

Taylor McDaniels Wins ACC's $20,000 "Go Teach Tuition Giveaway" Grand Prize

Taylor McDaniels, who recently completed her undergraduate degree in human development and family studies and plans to pursue her master's in special education, won the $20,000 grand prize (Video) in addition to being one of 15 $2,500 winners conference-wide. McDaniels spent three seasons as a key contributor for UNC Women's Lacrosse. (GoHeels.com)

Life After Lacrosse: Brandon Pierce, A Deeper Journey

Former North Carolina men's lacrosse player Brandon Pierce has made a living telling stories for brands like Nike, Samsung, ESPN, and Hershey. He has worked with LeBron, KD, and Kobe. He spent three months filming a Ciroc campaign with Puff Daddy in Miami. But when it came to creating a storyboard for his own life, Pierce never drafted it this way. (US Lacrosse Magazine)

UNC Student-Athlete Graduation Success Rate Tops 90 Percent Again

The NCAA's Graduation Success Rates for student-athletes who entered the University of North Carolina in 2013-14 is 91 percent, UNC's second straight year above 90 percent. UNC's four-year GSR also climbed from 86 to 88 percent, which matched the NCAA average, and 26 of 28 varsity teams either improved or stayed the same from a year ago. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Lacrosse Names Team Captains

Justin Anderson, Chris Gray, Cam Macri, Sean Morris, and William Perry have been voted by their teammates as team captains for the 2020-21 UNC men's lacrosse team. Anderson, Macri and Perry were slated to serve as captains for 2020 and are returning for a fifth year after the cancellation of the majority of what would have been their senior season. (GoHeels.com)

Nine Tar Heels Invited To U.S. Women's Lacrosse Team Tryouts

Nine Tar Heels, including three on the current UNC women's lacrosse team, are among 50 players invited to try out for the U.S. team that will compete at the World Lacrosse Women's World Championship next summer. Tryouts are set for Dec. 4-6 in Sparks, Maryland. Current UNC players include Katie Hoeg, Emma Trenchard, and Kerrigan Miller. (GoHeels.com)

Emily Parros Returns To UNC As Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach

University of North Carolina graduate Emily Parros is returning to the Tar Heel women's lacrosse program as an assistant coach, head coach Jenny Levy announced on Tuesday. Parros, an NCAA Champion at UNC, has spent the past four years as an assistant coach at East Carolina while continuing to play professionally and for the U.S. National Team. (GoHeels.com)
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