On Saturday's game against Duke, the women's lacrosse team matched its highest offensive output in conference play this season.
DURHAM –The third-ranked North Carolina women’s lacrosse team went into Saturday’s season finale with a couple of things on the line: a lengthy winning streak against its biggest rival and the No. 2 seed in the upcoming ACC Tournament.
Some Tar Heels made career-highs at the game Saturday against Syracuse, including first-year attacker Tayler Warehime.
The weather was suboptimal, but the UNC women’s lacrosse team’s on-field performance made up for it. Back at home for the first time in three weeks following three road games, the sixth-ranked Tar Heels (11-3, 4-2 ACC) defeated No. 3 Syracuse (13-3, 5-2 ACC) 11-5 on senior day on a rainy Saturday afternoon at the UNC Lacrosse Stadium, staying sharp despite two weather delays.
Hosting No. 5 Duke at the UNC Lacrosse Stadium for the first time, the North Carolina men's lacrosse team opened up ACC play with a 10-8 win in a back-and-forth affair thanks to a balanced scoring attack and stellar performance by first-year goalie Caton Johnson in his first career start.
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“This is our time to heal up and get ready to come back and have a few good practices and go play,” head coach Sylvia Hatchell said. “But that is one of the things that I addressed in the locker room, because we're a little bit banged up.”
GREENSBORO– A day after helping the North Carolina women’s basketball team as an extra coach during its game against Georgia Tech, Janelle Bailey returned to the court on Friday and this time contributed in ways that show up in the box score.
No. 8 seed North Carolina’s 80-73 win over No. 9 seed Georgia Tech in the second round of the ACC Tournament was a career day for Jones and Church.
“The whole University of North Carolina community should be really thankful that Steve Robinson is with us,” Roy Williams said. “We’re thrilled and I’m going to let him talk, and I’m going to get the crap out of here.”
UNC women's basketball's offensive and defensive efficiency numbers in ACC games with and without any of Janelle Bailey, Stephanie Watts or Paris Kea.
UNC women's basketball's offensive and defensive efficiency rankings with and without any of Janelle Bailey, Stephanie Watts or Paris Kea on the court.