Can North Carolina Return to Championship Weekend in 2022?

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Coming out of a timeout following a North Carolina caused turnover late in the contest, Chris Gray’s shot went wide, and with just :31 seconds left on the clock, it appeared the Tar Heels has just seen their last possession of the season. However, 10 seconds later William Perry picked the Virginia pass out of the sky to give the Tar Heels one more chance at forcing overtime and extending their season – just as they had done a week earlier against Rutgers to advance to Championship Weekend.

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Report: John Desko Retiring, Gary Gait to Takeover Syracuse Men’s Program

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Former Syracuse great and current Orange women’s lacrosse head coach Gary Gait is set to move to the men’s side and take over as the head coach of his alma mater, per a report from Inside Lacrosse.

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Are We Witnessing The Birth of a Dynasty In Charlottesville?

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The Virginia Cavaliers walked off the field in Hartford, Conn., on Monday afternoon as champions for the second consecutive full season and seventh time in program history. And they did it against one of the best programs and coaches over the past decade in John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins, who had hopes of becoming the first team since 2006 to be crowned undefeated champs.

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Caton Johnson Transferring to Ohio State

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Former North Carolina goalie Caton Johnson will be transferring to Ohio State next season. The junior put his name in the transfer portal in February and subsequently left the Tar Heels’ roster.

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Hofstra Pulls Off The Upset Over Delaware, Massive Run Pushes Drexel Past UMass

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After falling to the Blue Hens 14-13 in overtime during the regular season the Hofstra Pride got ’em when it counted most, taking down top-seeded Delaware 10-9 to advance to their first CAA title game appearance since 2014.

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North Carolina Tops Duke in Season Finals to Claim Share of ACC Title

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The North Carolina Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils are your 2021 ACC Co-Champions after the Tar Heels’ 15-12 victory over the Blue Devils on Sunday to split the season series and further cement their case for earning that coveted No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

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Sunday Recap: North Carolina Tops Notre Dame, Rutgers Survives Michigan

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The Fighting Irish’s trip to Tobacco Road ends in disappointment, as they drop their second game in four games. This time coming against the North Carolina Tar Heels.

A first quarter highlighted by the play in cage from Carolina’s Collin Krieg and Notre Dame’s Liam Entenemann, who each ended the day with 13 saves, ended with the Tar Heels ahead 2-1 after two late goals from William Perry and Nicky Solomon.

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Fourth-Quarter Comeback Helps Push Duke Past Notre Dame in Overtime

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Just 12 days after suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, the Duke Blue Devils got payback on their home field, securing the 13-12 win in overtime. It’s the third consecutive Thursday night overtime win for the Blue Devils this season.

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