Soon, the crowd would be singing his name.
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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.
The No. 6 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team might be feeling a little bit of deja vu heading into its game against top-ranked Maryland in Kenan Stadium this Saturday. The team found itself in a nearly identical situation last year.
After junior Chad Tutton fell into an early-season scoring slump, the North Carolina men’s lacrosse coaching staff offered two words of advice.
It had the ingredients of an upset.
Duke men’s lacrosse coach John Danowski encourages his players to shoot until they get hot.
DURHAM — All Jordan Smith could do is watch.
DURHAM — Duke had a senior All-American. North Carolina had a freshman.
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.
About three minutes into the third quarter of No. 5 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s 20-5 blowout win against Bucknell Tuesday, senior Pat Foster received a pass around the crease from a dodging Michael Tagliaferri who was on the run.
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.
The North Carolina men’s lacrosse team battled relentlessly against Notre Dame for 60 minutes, however, the Tar Heels’ fate was decided in five.
Jimmy Bitter slithered in front of the cage and somehow, some way guided the ball into the net.
There’s something about Dartmouth for Joey Sankey.
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.
After the No. 3 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team handily defeated Manhattan 21-5 Sunday, team members congregated on the field.