Kevin Phinney

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The UNC women's lacrosse team lost 7-6 to Duke in Kenan Stadium on Wednesday.

Women's lacrosse swallowed by Kenan

No structure on North Carolina’s campus is larger than Kenan Stadium. Holding as many as 62,980 screaming fans on a sellout Saturday in the fall, nearly three Smith Centers' worth of fans can fit inside Kenan.


The road to recovery

Megan Buckland stands at the top of the key, just inches behind the 3-point line. It’s where she’s the most dangerous, her 3-point shooting is her main form of assault on opposing teams. She holds the ball as she’s likely done a million times before, eyeing the rim and sizing up her shot.


Staudenmayer sets the tone against Duke wrestling

In any sport, it’s important to set the tone early. In wrestling it’s no different. The first match can set the pace for how things will go. In North Carolina’s 24-12 win against Duke, John Michael Staudenmayer was the Tar Heels’ first man on the mat, and he had every intention of being the first winner.


Women's soccer leads Syracuse 1-0 at halftime

In the first ever matchup between North Carolina and Syracuse, UNC was able to get on the board with an early goal, and take the 1-0 lead into halftime. Sophomore Summer Green scored in the ninth minute of the game after UNC earned a free kick.


UNC women's soccer trails Notre Dame 1-0 at half

Undefeated North Carolina trails Notre Dame at halftime at Fetzer Field by a score of 1-0. Notre Dame freshman Morgan Andrews was able to beat UNC goalkeeper Bryane Heaberlin on a header in the 22nd minute. The Tar Heels outshot Notre Dame 7-2, but were only able to get two shots on goal.