The game could have been North Carolina’s. With 20 seconds remaining and the UNC men’s lacrosse team trailing by one goal in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Marcus Holman lined up along the right sideline to put up a tying effort.
When the No. 8 North Carolina lacrosse team rallied from a halftime deficit on Feb. 25 against Navy, it was the first time the Tar Heels had done so since 2009.
Before North Carolina’s spring football game, coach Larry Fedora said every position was up for grabs, including quarterback.
During Wednesday’s practice, the North Carolina football team ran 170 plays. Last year, the Tar Heels ran around 60 or 65 plays a day. The difference in tempo at practice has been extreme, but it takes a high number of repetitions to learn a new playbook. And coach Larry Fedora didn’t just bring a new no-huddle, spread offense to UNC, he brought a whole new mindset.
Every athlete knows the old adage: practice makes perfect.
After practicing within the closed confines of Navy Field since March 14, the North Carolina football team is ready to take its new up-tempo, aggressive style public on Thursday night.
The No. 14 North Carolina lacrosse team cleared the bench and stormed Fetzer Field twice Saturday. Once was following the final horn on its 11-10 victory against No. 7 Maryland. The other time was for a fight.
At first glance, Nicky Galasso has it all. The North Carolina sophomore attackman sits inside the lacrosse office coming off the best freshman season in program history.
Late in the third quarter of North Carolina’s lacrosse game at Duke, Marcus Holman delivered a crushing check to a Blue Devil defender.
Before the season even started, things were aligning for Friday’s men’s lacrosse game to be a launching pad toward a national championship run for either North Carolina or Duke.
The North Carolina junior varsity men’s basketball team barely missed extending their win streak to three games, instead falling to Guilford College 68-66 in overtime Thursday night.
North Carolina softball pitchers Lori Spingola and Sara Buchholz combined to throw a perfect game in UNC’s 3-0 defeat of UNC-Greensboro Friday night at Anderson Stadium.