Hazar dictates the Tar Heel (3-0) offense from behind the goal, controlling the ball and constantly calculating whether to pass or make a run herself. The key to her success has been improved chemistry, as shown in the Tar Heels’ 16-6 win over High Point on Friday.
“Every day we just try to build chemistry whether it’s me, Molly (Hendrick) trying to work together (on) a couple things,” Hazar said.
Against High Point (0-2), Hazar took another step forward, flashing her playmaking ability and scoring two goals and four assists. With six points, she tied her career-high for the second straight game. Hazar attributed her success to the team’s effort.
“I think it’s everyone understanding how to work together. We’re all hoping for the same things. We have the same goals,” Hazar said. “We’re pretty much all on the same page in terms of what we want so we’re just doing our own parts to do it.”