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Nine Tar Heels Invited To USA Lacrosse Women's U20 National Team Tryouts

Nine North Carolina women's lacrosse players have been invited to USA Lacrosse headquarters in July to try out for the 2024 U.S. Women's U20 National Team. Tar Heels receiving an invitation include Darcy Felter, Kaleigh Harden, and Kiley Mottice, Chloe Humphrey, Eva Ingrilli, Grace Ann Leonard, Betty Nelson, Julia O'Connor, and Avery Roberts. (

Eleven UNC Men's Lacrosse Alums To Begin PLL Play This Weekend

Eleven North Carolina men's lacrosse alumni are set to begin the 2023 Premier Lacrosse League season this weekend on the campus of UAlbany. Six of the league's eight clubs will feature Carolina representation on their respective 25-man rosters, led by four Tar Heels on Chaos Lacrosse Club with Will Bowen, , Will Perry, and Jack Rowlett. (

UNC Women's Lacrosse Coach Jenny Levy Receives Contract Extension

Head coach Jenny Levy, who has built the University of North Carolina women's lacrosse program into a national powerhouse, has agreed to terms for a four-year contract extension which will run through the 2027 season. Her 411 career wins rank third all-time in NCAA Division I women's lacrosse history and she has led UNC to three national championships. (

UNC Women's Lacrosse Finishes Fifth In Final 2023 IWLCA Poll

The 2023 season has come to a close for the North Carolina women’s lacrosse team, which checked in at No. 5 in the final IWLCA/ILWomen poll of the year. The season saw several standout performances, both by individual players and together as a team. UNC set a program record for longest win streak at 29 from Feb. 12, 2022, to March 16, 2023. (

Tar Heel Trio Earn Women's Lacrosse All-America Honors

Three North Carolina women's lacrosse players earned All-America recognition by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association, as announced by the organization Thursday. Receiving First Team All-America honors for the first time in her career is Emily Nalls while Alyssa Long and Brooklyn Walker-Welch were named to the third team. (

Connor Maher Earns USILA Men's Lacrosse All-America Honors

UNC men's lacrosse midfielder Connor Maher was named to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America list on Thursday. The Timonium, Md. native collects Second Team honors from USILA for the third-straight season, also earning All-America recognition this year from USA Lacrosse Magazine and Inside Lacrosse. (

‘University Of National Champions’ Across 49 NCAA Team Titles, 13 Coaches, 8 Programs

At some point in the 1980s, the University of North Carolina started being described as the University of National Champions. led UNC to two NCAA men’s basketball titles. UNC Field Hockey has won 10. led UNC’s Women’s Soccer to 21 NCAA titles. Last week, UNC added Women's Tennis to its 49 NCAA team championships. (

Eight Tar Heels Earn Academic All-District Honors

Eight Tar Heels have earned Academic All-District honors as part of the men's and women's at-large teams. Paul Barton (lacrosse), (gymnastics), Jessica Judge (rowing), Krista Junkkari (golf), Emily Nalls (lacrosse), Will Palazzolo (fencing), Henry Shugart (fencing) and P.J. Zinsner (lacrosse) were recognized for academic and athletic success. (

University of National Champions by the numbers after Tar Heels’ women’s tennis title

With Coach Brian Kalbas’ North Carolina women’s tennis team winning the NCAA title Saturday, here is a look at the University of National Champions by the numbers. 49 NCAA team titles: Women’s soccer (21), field hockey (10), men’s basketball (6), men’s lacrosse (5), women’s lacrosse (3), men’s soccer (2), women’s basketball (1), and women’s tennis. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Men's Lacrosse Coach Joe Breschi Receives Contract Extension

UNC Men's Lacrosse Coach , who has led the Tar Heels to 10 NCAA Tournaments, a national title, and is the program's winningest coach, has agreed to a three-year contract extension through June 30, 2026. The three-time ACC Coach of the Year and 2016 USILA Coach of the Year recently completed his 15th season in Chapel Hill. (
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