It’s been a season full of broken records for the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team, so it was only fitting that on Senior Day, one of the program’s paramount players took down what is quite possibly the biggest record of them all in front of a record-breaking crowd.
Every coach expects his seniors to lead the team in each workout, practice and game. But there are some moments where it takes a little something more, something extra — something that seems to be reserved for seniors only.
Senior attackman Jimmy Bitter came into Tuesday night’s home game against No. 16 Harvard with at least a point in 49 straight games – just one game shy of tying the UNC record of 50. It didn’t take long for Bitter to assure his place in the record books and propel the Tar Heels to a 15-10 win
When opponents prepare for the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team, their chief concern is UNC’s relentless offense attack.
Players and coaches don’t like to admit that some regular season games mean more than others – especially early in the season
The North Carolina junior varsity basketball team isn’t serving NCAA sanctions. None of its players took money for autographs, had a relationship with an agent or took paper classes. Yet, when the season comes to an end in late February, there will be no postseason for the Tar Heels. Not because they did anything wrong, just because that’s the way it is when you’re a JV basketball player at UNC. Four months, 12 games and you’re done.
Sunday morning was quiet and rainy in Chapel Hill, almost as if the campus itself was crying with us.