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Passion for Fashion: Former UNC Lacrosse Star Carly Reed Founds Clothing Company

Former UNC attacker Carly Reed has been busy since leaving Chapel Hill in 2017. She has a passion for fashion and decided to build her own clothing and lifestyle company, On The Line, after graduating. On The Line has continued to grow over the past two years, eventually being worn by the Washington Capitals. She’s also balancing a professional lacrosse career. (US Lacrosse Magazine)

Inside Lacrosse Ranks 5 Men's, 5 Women's Incoming Freshmen in Top 50

With Inside Lacrosse magazine releasing its annual recruiting issue Monday, five incoming UNC freshmen were listed in the top 50 of their Power 100 rankings. Leading the way are a pair of top 10 recruits, defender Will Bowen and attacker Jacob Kelly on the men's side. Midfielder Elizabeth Hillman, the top women's recruit, will take the field for UNC this spring. (

Three Tar Heels To Play In Team USA Women's Lacrosse Fall Classic

It will be a mix of old and new when the U.S. Women's National Team takes the field against James Madison in the Team USA Fall Classic on Oct. 6. Former Tar Heels Kristen Carr Emily Garrity, and Marie McCool are part of the roster that will wear the red, white and blue for the exhibition game against the defending NCAA champions for U.S. Team and UNC coach Jenny Levy. (

Jamie Ortega plays up to expectations

UNC women's lacrosse standout Jamie Ortega wanted to live up to the hype after being named Inside Lacrosse’s No. 1-ranked freshman attacker, and she did just that with a record-breaking first season with a Tar Heels team that reached the NCAA semifinals. Ortega was tabbed National Rookie of the Year as well by Inside Lacrosse, and Freshman of the Year by the ACC. (TBR News Media)

Chris Cloutier Named Major League Lacrosse Rookie of the Year

Denver Outlaws attackman has been named Major League Lacrosse’s Rookie of the Year. Denver’s fourth-round selection in the 2018 MLL Draft, Cloutier recorded 40 points (26 goals, 14 assists) in six games played. Cloutier, a graduate of UNC, led the league with seven power-play goals. His 40 points were 12 more than the second-leading scorer among rookies. (Denver Outlaws)

Marie McCool: Advice to Incoming Freshman and Current Student Athletes

Marie McCool: "As a recent graduate of UNC, I have been able to reflect on my time at Carolina. Throughout my past four years as a student athlete, I was fortunate to be a part of three ACC championships, a National Championship, and two gold medal championships with Team USA. Regardless of these accomplishments, there’s much more I learned from the sport of lacrosse." (IWLCA)

Three UNC Freshmen Named To U.S. U19 Women's Lacrosse Training Team

Three incoming North Carolina freshmen women's lacrosse players earned spots on the 2019 United States Under-19 Women's Training Team, coach Kelly Amonte Hiller announced Sunday. Tar Heel freshman Elizabeth Hillman, Kimber Hower, and Brooklyn Neumen were among the 36 players selected to the training team for the 2019 U.S. Women's U19 National Team. (

UNC Athletics: Community Outreach Year In Review

Carolina Athletics is committed to giving back to the campus and surrounding community. Outreach is a part of UNC's culture, and student-athletes act on a desire to serve and embrace their responsibility as role models. Each team has an outreach representative who organizes service opportunities, and the number of hours devoted to service continues to climb. (

Kevin Unterstein Named UNC Men's Lacrosse Assistant Coach

Kevin Unterstein, who spent the last eight seasons at Hofstra University, has been named an assistant coach for the University of North Carolina men's lacrosse program. UNC head coach made the announcement on Thursday. Unterstein spent eight years total on the Hofstra men's lacrosse staff including the past five years as associate head coach. (

Marie McCool Nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year Award

North Carolina standout women’s lacrosse midfielder Marie McCool was nominated Monday by the university as its candidate for the NCAA Woman of the Year honor. The 2018 IWLCA and Inside Lacrosse National Midfielder of the Year spent her career in Chapel Hill putting together a list of accomplishments that ranks among the best in program history. (

Marie McCool, Jamie Ortega Earn Honors From Inside Lacrosse

UNC women's lacrosse players Marie McCool and Jamie Ortega continue to rake in the postseason awards. This week, Inside Lacrosse magazine named McCool its Division I National Midfielder of the Year and Ortega its National Rookie of the Year. McCool also earned the same honor from the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association last month. (

Top 25 college programs ranked by athletic success

7. North Carolina: "Top 2017-18 sports: women’s field hockey; men’s soccer; women’s lacrosse. Trajectory: Down. Tar Heels slid out of the Top Ten for the first time since 2014, finishing 13th, and this also was the first time since ’14 that UNC wasn’t the top ACC program." 247Sports: At what point are the Tar Heels going to break through and win the College World Series? (247 Sports)

Four UNC Women's Lacrosse Players Lead ILWomen All-Rookie Team

Four North Carolina freshmen led the way on the 2018 Inside Lacrosse ILWomen All-Rookie Team, honoring the nation's top first-year players. The Tar Heels' four All-Rookie Team members led the nation and helped lead Carolina to a third consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference championship and a seventh NCAA Tournament final four berth in the last 10 years. (

Roy Williams, Bubba Cunningham Get New IDs In NCDOT Promotion

, Bubba Cunningham and Jen Levy got their new identification cards, called REAL ID, on Tuesday morning at the Smith Center as part of a promotion campaign for a new federally mandated law that meets higher security standards. “I thought it was a wonderful process,” Williams, UNC’s legendary basketball coach, said about the experience. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Ela Hazar giving a Command performance

Not many girls playing lacrosse growing up imagined they’d still be performing on the field after college and being paid to do it. Ela Hazar is in that boat. Hazar didn’t think that extending her career after starring at North Carolina was an option. Now, she’s one of the leading scorers for the Command of the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League. (Westwood Press)
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