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North Carolina Tar Heels men's lacrosse
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The North Carolina Tar Heels men's lacrosse team represents the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men's lacrosse. North Carolina currently competes as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and plays its home games at Fetzer Field and Kenan Memorial Stadium in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Overview

A club team was established at the school in 1937, and elevated to varsity status in 1949. Carolina rose to national prominence in the late 1970s under Hall of Fame coach and former Johns Hopkins Blue Jay Willie Scroggs.National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, USLacrosse.org, 2009. The program's first 1st-team All-American in Division I was defenseman Ralph "Rip" Davy in 1979.WEB,weblink Men's All-Americans Since 1922, laxpower.com, Between 1980 and 1996, the UNC lacrosse team qualified for the NCAA tournament 14 of the 16 years. During that span, Carolina also won 11 ACC titles. In 1981, the Tar Heels began a 26-game winning streak, and won the national championship in 1981, 1982 and 1986.The UNC lacrosse program won its fifth national title in 2016, beating Maryland 14-13 in an overtime thriller. At 12-6 on the season, UNC entered the NCAA tournament unseeded at 8-6. They became the first unseeded national champion in the last 45 years. This is the first title since 1991, when they won their fourth national title, going undefeated on the season at 16-0.WEB,weblink DI Men's Lacrosse, NCAA.com, Since then, UNC won four of five ACC championship games between 1992 and 1996.

History

1937–1954

The first lacrosse team was formed in 1937 at the club level. At the time, they used old equipment from the football team and competed in the Dixie Lacrosse League against Duke, Virginia, Washington & Lee, Loyola, and the Washington Lacrosse Club. In 1949, the university conferred varsity status on the team, and in 1950, North Carolina became a member of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA). The following season, goalie Nick Sowell became the Tar Heels' first All-American when he was named to the USILA Honorable Mention team.Laxpower Men's All-Americans Since 1922, Laxpower.com, 2009.(File:UNC Lacrosse.jpg|thumb|200px|left|Carolina players in action against Duke in the 2009 ACC final.)In 1954, after compiling a combined 14-43-1 record in its first six seasons, the varsity team was disbanded by the administration in order to focus on other sports.

1964–1974

Lacrosse returned as a varsity sport in 1964. In 1974, Paul Doty took over as head coach. That year, the school started awarding scholarships for the sport and was promoted from the small college level (now Division II and Division III) to Division I.2009 North Carolina Men's Lacrosse Media Guide (PDF), University of North Carolina, p. 34-38, 2009.

1991–2000

In 1991, first-year head coach Dave Klarmann replaced Willie Scroggs, and led the Tar Heels through an undefeated regular season. Carolina extended its winning streak throughout the postseason, first winning the ACC tournament, and then defeating Loyola, Syracuse, and Towson in succession to post a perfect 16–0 mark and capture the NCAA national championship. Klarmann's teams repeated as ACC tournament champions in 1992 before advancing to the NCAA Championship semifinal, where they fell to third-seeded Syracuse, 13–12. In 1993 and 1994, Carolina again captured the ACC title, but suffered early exits in the NCAA tournament. In the late 1990s, the Tar Heels struggled, alternately, to qualify for or advance in the NCAA tournament.At the end of head coach's Dave Klarmann's time at UNC (10 years, one national championship, five ACC tournament championships) there were a series of the off the field incidences between 1995 and 1999. One player died of a gunshot wound, another from asphyxiation, another was injured from a stabbing in a night club and a fourth had a serious illness.WEB,weblink Kevin Lawn Unc Lacrosse - Face-off with adversity - tribunedigital-baltimoresun, tribunedigital-baltimoresun,

2001–2008

John Haus replaced Klarmann as head coach for the 2001 season. John Haus was UNC's head coach from 2001 to 2008. In his fourth year, Carolina advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals before losing to Johns Hopkins, 15–9. They returned to the NCAA tournament and quarterfinals in 2007, where they were defeated by second-seeded Duke, 19–11. In 2008, Carolina was knocked out of the first round by Navy.

2009

In 2009, alumnus Joe Breschi, a former first-team All-American defenseman in 1990 and USA national team member in 1990 and 1994, became head coach at his alma mater. Breschi and Ryan Wade are the last UNC lacrosse players that made the USA national team roster in 1994. In Breschi's first season in 2009, North Carolina surprised some observers when the team returned to the NCAA quarterfinals, before losing to Duke, 12–11.

2010

In 2010, The Baltimore Sun commented that "it's no longer a question whether Breschi can rebuild North Carolina, but when the Tar Heels will arrive."Mike Preston, Under Breschi, North Carolina no longer a surprise, The Baltimore Sun, Mar 26, 2010. In his second season, Carolina again advanced to the quarterfinals before losing to Duke, 17–9. That season, North Carolina swept the ACC postseason awards, with Breschi named ACC Coach of the Year, junior attackman Billy Bitter named ACC Player of the Year, and Marcus Holman named ACC Freshman of the Year.SPORTS Briefs, Chapel Hill News, May 12, 2010.

2012

UNC finished the 2012 season with an 11-6 record, the sixth season in a row UNC had a winning record. UNC lost to Duke in the ACC Tournament final game. UNC received a #8 seed in the 16-team 2012 NCAA tournament. UNC lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament to Denver 14-16. Denver lost in the next round to eventual champion Loyola (Md.).WEB,weblink 2015 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament DI, NCAA.com, It was the second year in a row UNC lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

2013

UNC attained a #1 rankingWEB,weblink LaxPower Forum Poll, laxpower.com, in the 2013 season and won the ACC tournament. Attackman Marcus Holman was the second player in UNC lacrosse history to be named a finalist for the annual Tewaaraton award given to the best college lacrosse player. Attackman Jed Prossner was UNC's first finalist in 2004weblink's_Lacrosse/2013GameNotes.pdf

Season Results

The following is a list of North Carolina's results by season as a NCAA Division I program:{| class="wikitable"{{CollegePrimaryHeader|team=North Carolina Tar Heels|Season|Coach|Overall|Conference|Standing|Postseason}} align="center"{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subhead|
|name= Fred Mueller
|conference= Atlantic Coast Conference
|startyear=1969
|endyear=1972
}{{CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1971
| name = Fred Mueller
| overall = 6-5
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1972
| name = Fred Mueller
| overall = 7-5
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = Fred Mueller
| overall = 13-10
| confrecord = 2-4
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subhead|
|name= Ron Miller
|conference= Atlantic Coast Conference
|startyear=1973
|endyear=1974
}{{CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1973
| name = Ron Miller
| overall = 12-5
| conference = 2-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = Ron Miller
| overall = 12-5
| confrecord = 2-2
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subhead|
|name= Paul Doty
|conference= Atlantic Coast Conference
|startyear=1974
|endyear=1978
}{{CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1974
| name = Paul Doty
| overall = 6-5
| conference = 2-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1975
| name = Paul Doty
| overall = 8-6
| conference = 2-2
| confstanding = T-2nd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1976
| name = Paul Doty
| overall = 9-3
| conference = 3-1
| confstanding = 2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1977
| name = Paul Doty
| overall = 8-4
| conference = 2-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1978
| name = Paul Doty
| overall = 6-6
| conference = 1-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = Paul Doty
| overall = 37-24
| confrecord = 10-10
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subhead|
|name= Willie Scroggs
|conference= Atlantic Coast Conference
|startyear=1979
|endyear=1990
}{{CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1979
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 5-3
| conference = 1-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1980
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 8-4
| conference = 2-2
| confstanding = T-3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Final Four
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1981
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 12-0
| conference = 4-0
| confstanding = 1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Champion
| championship = national
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1982
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 14-0
| conference = 4-0
| confstanding = 1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Champion
| championship = national
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1983
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 9-4
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Final Four
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1984
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 9-4
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = 2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Final Four
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1985
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 10-3
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = T-1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Final Four
| championship = conference
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1986
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 11-3
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Champion
| championship = national
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1987
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 9-4
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1988
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 9-3
| conference = 3-0
| confstanding = 1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship = conference
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1989
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 13-5
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = 2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Final Four
| championship = conference tournament
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1990
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 12-4
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = 2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Final Four
| championship = conference tournament
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = Willie Scroggs
| overall = 121-37
| confrecord = 25-15
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subhead|
|name= Dave Klarmann
|conference= Atlantic Coast Conference
|startyear=1991
|endyear=2000
}{{CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1991
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 16-0
| conference = 3-0
| confstanding = 1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Champion
| championship = national
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1992
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 12-3
| conference = 3-0
| confstanding = 1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Final Four
| championship = confboth
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1993
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 14-2
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = 2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Runner-Up
| championship = conference tournament
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1994
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 10-5
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = T-1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship = conference tournament
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1995
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 9-7
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I First Round
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1996
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 12-5
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = T-1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship = confboth
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1997
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 6-7
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1998
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 7-8
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason = NCAA Division I First Round
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 1999
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 6-9
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = T-3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2000
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 8-6
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = Dave Klarmann
| overall = 100-52
| confrecord = 14-16
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subhead|
|name= John Haus
|conference= Atlantic Coast Conference
|startyear=2001
|endyear=2008
}{{CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2001
| name = John Haus
| overall = 6-6
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = T-3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2002
| name = John Haus
| overall = 8-5
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = T-2nd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2003
| name = John Haus
| overall = 7-6
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = T-1st
| postseason =
| championship = conference
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2004
| name = John Haus
| overall = 10-5
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = 2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2005
| name = John Haus
| overall = 5-8
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2006
| name = John Haus
| overall = 4-10
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2007
| name = John Haus
| overall = 10-6
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2008
| name = John Haus
| overall = 8-6
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason = NCAA Division I First Round
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = John Haus
| overall = 58-52
| confrecord = 6-18
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subhead|
|name= Joe Breschi
|conference= Atlantic Coast Conference
|startyear=2009
|endyear=Present
}{{CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2009
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 12-6
| conference = 0-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2010
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 13-3
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = T-1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship = conference
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2011
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 10-6
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = T-2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I First Round
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2012
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 11-6
| conference = 1-2
| confstanding = T-3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I First Round
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2013
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 13-4
| conference = 2-1
| confstanding = T-1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship = confboth
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2014
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 10-5
| conference = 2-3
| confstanding = T-3rd
| postseason = NCAA Division I First Round
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2015
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 13-4
| conference = 3-1
| confstanding = 2nd
| postseason = NCAA Division I Quarterfinals
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2016
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 12-6
| conference = 3-1
| confstanding = T-1st
| postseason = NCAA Division I Champion
| championship = national
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2017
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 8-8
| conference = 1-3
| confstanding = 4th
| postseason = NCAA Division I First Round
| championship = conference tournament
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2018
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 7-7
| conference = 1-3
| confstanding = T-3rd
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Entry
| season = 2019
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 8-7
| conference = 1-3
| confstanding = 5th
| postseason =
| championship =
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = Joe Breschi
| overall = 117-64
| confrecord = 17-23
{edih}{hide}CBB Yearly Record End
| overall = 458-244
{edih}

Alumni

First Team All-Americans{| class"wikitable" style"text-align: center;"

! Year! Player(s)WEB,weblink College All-Americans, laxpower.com, WEB,weblink United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association / All Americans, usila.org, Lacrosse_in_Pennsylvania#Notable_college_players_and_coaches_from_Pennsylvania>Ralph "Rip" Davy| Kevin Griswold| Michael Burnett, Douglas Hall, Thomas Sears| Michael Burnett, John Haus, Jeffrey Homire, Peter Voelkel, Thomas Sears*1983 Peter G. Voelkel| Thomas Haus, Joseph Seivold| Mac Ford, Joseph Seivold| Thomas Haus*| Thomas Haus| Boyd Harden| Joe Breschi| Dennis Goldstein*, Graham Harden, Andy Piazza| Jim Buczek, Alex Martin| Alex Martin, Greg Paradine, Ryan Wade| Ryan Wade| Jude Collins, Jason Wade| Jed Prossner, Ronnie Staines| Jed Prossner| Billy Bitter| Billy Bitter, Ryan Flanagan| RG Keenan,| Marcus Holman, | Chad Tutton, Ryan Kilpatrick
  • Player of the Year

Former players in Major League Lacrosse (MLL)

Major League Lacrosse (MLL) currently has eight teams. The 2013 season starts at the end of April and ends in August. There are four former UNC players who played for MLL teams in the 2012 season. Billy Bitter (attack, UNC '11) and Ryan Flanagan (defenseman, UNC '11) played for the Charlotte Hounds in the 2012 season. Flanagan is currently on the Charlotte Hounds roster for the 2013 season.WEB,weblink Roster, charlottehounds.com, Ben Hunt (midfielder, UNC '09) and Tim Kaiser (defenseman, UNC '08) play for the Chesapeake Bayhawks.WEB,weblink Roster, thebayhawks.com, Only seniors with expiring eligibility are eligible to be drafted by MLL teams in the annual January drafts.WEB,weblink MLL Draft FAQ, majorleaguelacrosse.com, After the NCAA season is complete on Memorial Day, the MLL will allow all undrafted seniors who completed their eligibility to register for a player pool, giving MLL teams an opportunity to select the undrafted players for one week. The Ohio Machine selected current senior Marcus Holman in the second round of the last MLL draft.WEB,weblink 2013 Collegiate Draft Results, majorleaguelacrosse.com,

References

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