UNC Lacrosse

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UNC Men's Lacrosse Clipped By No. 9 Syracuse, 10-9

No. 9 Syracuse was able to withstand a late North Carolina (6-6, 0-2 ACC) surge, defeating the Tar Heels 10-9 on Saturday. UNC jumped out to a 3-0 lead with 6:44 remaining in the first quarter, with Owen Duffy, Ryan Levy, and Dominic Pietramala scoring. Duffy has now tied Robin Beran's freshman single-season goal record (32 goals in 1973). (

No. 16 UNC Women's Lacrosse Wins 16-9 At Pitt

The sophomore trio of Caroline Godine, Darcy Felter and Kiley Mottice combined for 11 goals to help lead No. 16 North Carolina women's lacrosse to a 16-9 victory over Pitt on a windy Saturday afternoon in Pittsburgh, Pa. (Highlights). Felter finished with five goals and seven assists to lead all players, setting new career highs in both. Mottice recorded six points. (

Alyssa Long Named ACC Women's Lacrosse Offensive Player Of The Week

North Carolina women's lacrosse player Alyssa Long has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week, as announced by the league on Tuesday. This is the first such honor of her career and first by a Tar Heel this season. Long had a career performance on Saturday in Carolina's 13-9 victory over Virginia Tech on Senior Day. (

UNC Spring Sports Roundup

Men’s golf has been knocking on the door of being the next UNC program to win their first team national championship, and it’s looking like they’ll have a chance to this year as well. UNC women’s lacrosse has been one of the dominant programs at UNC, winning three national titles since 2009. This season isn’t shaping up to be quite as dominant this year. (Tar Heel Blog)

Alyssa Long’s Six Goals Lead No. 14 UNC Women's Lacrosse Past Virginia Tech, 13-9

Led by Alyssa Long's six goals, UNC Women's Lacrosse secured a 13-9 win over Virginia Tech on Saturday at Dorrance Field (Highlights). Before the game, UNC honored its graduating class in Reilly Casey, , Gabi Hall, Bailey Horne, Ashley Humphrey, Livi Lawton, Long, Emily Nalls, Flynn Reed, Amelia Sheehan, Sophie Student and Caitlyn Wurzburger. (

UNC Men's Lacrosse Falls To No. 2 Virginia In ACC Opener

Second ranked Virginia jumped out to a 6-1 lead and never looked back, defeating North Carolina in ACC men's lacrosse action Saturday, 14-6. UNC's Logan McGovern led all players with three goals on the day for his 17th career hat trick. Goaltender Collin Krieg stopped nine shots between the pipes, while defenseman Peter Thomann caused four turnovers. (

Ashley Humphrey, Emily Nalls Garner Midseason Lacrosse All-America Praise

UNC women's lacrosse players Ashley Humphrey and Emily Nalls have been named Midseason All-America by ILWomen, the organization announced Thursday. Nalls, a defender, landed on the second team while Humphrey garnered honorable mention praise as an attacker. Nalls also was tabbed to the All-ACC Team and Tewaaraton Award Watch List. (

Last Minute Goal Lifts No. 6 Army Over UNC Men’s Lacrosse

Evan Plunkett's goal with 52 seconds remaining lifted the sixth-ranked Army Black Knights (8-1) over North Carolina (6-4), 13-12. UNC's Owen Duffy led all players with five goals. Paul Barton, Trevor Deubner, Johnny Schwarz, Brady Wambach, and Ty English each hit the back of the net once. Carolina leads the all-time series, against Army, 3-1. (

No. 13 UNC Women’s Lacrosse Falls At Boston College, 18-12

The No. 13 UNC women's lacrosse team dropped an 18-12 decision to No. 4 Boston College on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Following the loss, the Tar Heels fall to 7-5 (3-3 ACC). Darcy Felter matched her career-high with four goals. Alyssa Long's hat trick marked the fifth of her career and fourth this season. (

Caitlyn Wurzburger Added To Tewaaraton Award Watch List

North Carolina women's lacrosse player Caitlyn Wurzburger has been added to the 2024 Tewaaraton Award Watch List, as announced by the organization on Thursday afternoon. She joins 13 other standouts as midseason additions. Wurzburger is accompanied by teammates and Emily Nalls, who were tabbed to the initial watch list in February. (
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