SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The North Carolina women’s lacrosse team was looking for an opportunity to turn the game around and spark a comeback. It never came.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — It took one goal to end the North Carolina-Syracuse men’s lacrosse game Saturday.
When the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team faces Syracuse Saturday, it will be a game of firsts.
When the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team took the turf of Kenan Stadium for its alumni game last year, it all ended in a dogpile.
Duke men’s lacrosse coach John Danowski encourages his players to shoot until they get hot.
There’s a clock in the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s locker room. It doesn’t tell the time. It doesn’t serve any purpose other than to remind the team when it’ll get its next shot at achieving its No. 1 goal: beating Duke.
The skies were dingy and gray — a sign that rain was on its way, but North Carolina baseball coach Mike Fox still wanted his team to play.
In the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s second game in five days, fatigue wasn’t a factor as the Tar Heels displayed their offensive depth in the 20-4 win against Bucknell on Tuesday.
By the time North Carolina baseball’s coach Mike Fox pulled starting pitcher Luis Paula, UNC had a nine-run lead against Appalachian State.
If the saying, “Offense wins games, defense wins championships” has any merit, success is in the cards for the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team.
DURHAM — Going into today’s matchup, North Carolina men’s lacrrose coach Joe Breschi didn’t know what kind of tempo the Duke-UNC game would bring.
The North Carolina men’s lacrosse team pulled to an easy 8-1 lead in the first half of its game against Dartmouth. Junior attackman Jimmy Bitter shook off any offensive jitters he felt in last week’s Manhattan game and scored two goals off of assists from attackman Joey Sankey. Sankey later scooped up a ground ball and scored an unassisted goal of his own in the fifth minute of the second quarter. Youth also played a role in the first half, with sophomores and freshmen accounting for four of UNC’s goals. With 6:25 left in the half, redshirt senior Greg McBride picked up a ground ball and assisted in freshman defenseman Austin Pifani’s first career goal. Pifani was one of two defenseman to score goals in the first two quarters.
The North Carolina men’s basketball team opened up its bout with Miami with a eight-point run, but that lead quickly slipped away as the Hurricanes ended the first half leading UNC 29-23.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team leads Coastal Carolina 46-24 after the first half. The Tar Heels’ strong offensive performance stemmed from freshman guard Diamond DeShields who scored 16 points and had two assists.
The freshmen of the North Carolina women’s basketball team dominated in the team’s 87-26 season-opening win against Air Force.