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Every athlete as a kid dreams of playing professionally in their respective sport. Everyone wants to be drafted to the NFL or be a lottery pick in the NBA.
The North Carolina men’s lacrosse team is in the middle of its offseason, but that hasn’t kept the Tar Heels from taking on one of their biggest opponents to date — cancer.
The North Carolina men’s lacrosse team excelled last year behind the powerhouse attack unit of Joey Sankey, Jimmy Bitter and Marcus Holman.
Four North Carolina teams suffered losses in tournament play last weekend that brought their seasons to an end.
After only 10 minutes of the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s quarterfinal matchup with Denver, the Tar Heels had a commanding 6-0 lead, and it looked like UNC was going to get revenge on the team that knocked it out of the NCAA Tournament last year.
In the first round of the NCAA playoffs last year, the Denver Pioneers handed the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team a heartbreaking loss in front of a home crowd at Fetzer Field. This Sunday, when the Tar Heels take on Denver in a quarterfinal match-up in Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium, UNC is looking for revenge.
When the No. 1 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team was given the fifth seed in the NCAA playoffs, the team let it feed into their underdog mentality. But with a 16-7 win against Lehigh in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Tar Heels proved that they are a credible threat and should not to be taken lightly.
The No. 3 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team fired on all cylinders offensively, averaging 17 goals in its two ACC Tournament games this weekend, but facing an equally potent Virginia offense Sunday, UNC needed its defense to secure its first ACC Championship since 1996.
It has been 17 years since the last time the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team won an ACC Championship, but entering Sunday’s title game against Virginia, the Tar Heels didn’t care about history.
After leading by as many as nine goals in its ACC Tournament semifinal against No. 3 seed Duke, the No.
The No. 3 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team beat No. 6 Duke Friday night under the lights in a 18-17 thriller.
Going into the ACC Tournament this weekend, the No. 2-seeded North Carolina men’s lacrosse team is on a hot streak, having won its last seven regular season games.
After a March 13 loss to Duke, the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s record stood at 3-3 with seven games remaining.
Senior attackman Marcus Holman of the No. 5 North Carolina men’s lacrosse team might be one of the greatest UNC has ever seen, but with his last regular-season game now over, UNC is that much closer to having to fill the spot a legend once held.
Three years ago, Marcus Holman stood on Fetzer Field as a freshman while the senior class of the men’s lacrosse team was honored before the last home game of the regular season.
There were three minutes and 12 seconds remaining in the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team’s matchup with Hofstra Saturday night in Hempstead, N.Y.