MENS-LACROSSE


4/5/2020 9:00pm

UNC junior midfielder William Perry (3) celebrates after scoring a goal with teammates Justin Anderson (21) and Andy Matthews (12) during UNC's 12-10 home loss against the University of Denver on Saturday, March 3, 2019 at the UNC Soccer and Lacrosse Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C. This was the UNC Men's Lacrosse team's inaugural game at the UNC Soccer and Lacrosse Stadium.

UNC men's lacrosse team maintains culture of family through COVID-19

"Since I stepped on campus in August, it’s been an absolute pleasure," Chris Gray said. "The guys on the team are great, and we’re all so close, and I think that’s what makes it so hard right now; going home and not playing right now and just being away from the team because everyone’s just so close like that."


2/9/2020 5:39pm

Senior midfielder Tanner Cook (77) holds the ball against Mercer at Dorrance Field on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. The Tar Heels beat the Bears 14-6.

No. 10 UNC mens lacrosse upended Mercer behind a potent attack

The No. 10 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team faced off against the Mercer Bears on Saturday. The Tar Heels (2-0) ran out 14-6 winners as their explosive attack proved too much for the Bears (1-1). After seeing the score close to 5-3 in the second quarter, the North Carolina offense shifted into another gear. Cook’s two goals in 38 seconds brought the margin to a comfortable 7-3 and sparked a fire in the attack that burned brightly until the end of the game, allowing the Tar Heels to see out the victory.