Caileigh Sindall, Sarah Scott, Courtney Waite and Margaret Corzel have shared four years together as a defensive unit on the North Carolina’s women’s lacrosse team.
The last time North Carolina women’s lacrosse fans cheered for goals from Brittney Coppa, Sammy Jo Tracy, or Kelly Devlin, the three were on their way to winning a national championship in Villanova, Pa., on May 26, 2013.
When the North Carolina women’s basketball team visited Cameron Indoor Stadium almost a year ago, then Duke junior center Elizabeth Williams scored a career-high 28 points on the Tar Heels.
As the announcer at Fetzer Field counted the clock down to zero during the North Carolina women’s soccer game Sunday in the third round of the NCAA Tournament, senior defender Satara Murray stopped in her place on the field and reluctantly lowered herself to the grass.
It might be a while before Duke fans forget their team’s early NCAA Tournament exit at the hands of No.14 seed Mercer in March. But for the Blue Devils on the court, last season’s shortcomings are already in the rearview mirror.
No team had ever won four matches in a row against North Carolina women’s soccer program before Florida State did it in the 2013 season.
The North Carolina women’s soccer team was ranked No. 7 in the country, unbeaten in the ACC, and riding a six-game win streak, but the Tar Heels still had to do one thing: defeat an opponent by more than one goal.
Another road game, another ranked opponent and another tightly matched duel to the end.
Why did former North Carolina women’s soccer team stars Crystal Dunn and Kealia Ohai get selected first and second overall in the 2014 National Women’s Soccer League Draft in January?
The North Carolina women’s soccer team leads Clemson 1-0 at halftime after scoring an early goal and dominating possession throughout the first 45 minutes of play.
The North Carolina men’s soccer team had a clear advantage in the shots column in their season opener against Monmouth, but it took two overtime periods for the No.
At times, college life can seem a bit like a pressure cooker. The Daily Beast ranked UNC 43rd on its list of the 50 most stressful schools in the U.S. last year, and students generally agree that UNC is among the most stressful universities in the area.