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April 19, 1995
Second-seeded Maryland will meet North Carolina, the host and only team to win the event, in the seventh Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Friday at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill. Top-seeded and second-ranked Virginia will play Duke in the first game at 6 p.m. The final will be Sunday at 1 p.m.
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By Mike Preston | March 28, 2010
- If this was the game that proved North Carolina's program had arrived, then the No. 3 Tar Heels have made a major statement. On a Saturday when their top attackman, Billy Bitter, didn't play because of a leg injury and their top midfielder, Sean DeLaney, left the game in the third quarter holding his ribs, North Carolina still had too much for No. 5 Maryland in a 9-7 win before a near-capacity crowd of 4,542 at Fetzer Field. Maryland couldn't control Tar Heels freshman attackman Marcus Holman (Gilman)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 3, 1996
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Mark Phillips had four goals and two assists to lead North Carolina past Navy, 24-7, yesterday before 500 at Fetzer Field.The Tar Heels (1-0) scored six of the game's first seven goals.Navy (2-1) did not score back-to-back goals until the opening minute of the fourth quarter. The Midshipmen were outshot, 63-36.
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By Mike Preston | mike.preston@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 27, 2010
If this was the game that proved North Carolina's program had arrived, then the No. 3 Tar Heels have made a major statement. On a day when their top attackman, Billy Bitter, didn't play because of a leg injury and their top midfielder, Sean DeLaney left the game in the third quarter holding his ribs, North Carolina still had too much in a 9-7 win against No. 5 Maryland before a near-capacity crowd of 4,542 at Fetzer Field. Maryland couldn't control Tar Heels freshman attackman Marcus Holman (Gilman)
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April 3, 1999
No. 12 Towson (3-1) at No. 1 Loyola (5-0)Site: Curley FieldTime: 1 p.m.TV/radio: Ch. 2/WTMD (89.7 FM), WKDB (1570 AM)Outlook: The Greyhounds have won nine straight at Curley.No. 7 Georgetown (5-1) at No. 10 Navy (4-3)Site: Dewey FieldTime: 1 p.m.Outlook: The Hoyas have won five consecutive meetings with the Mids by a combined 12 goals.No. 5 Maryland (6-1) at No. 6 Virginia (4-2)Site: Klockner Stadium, Charlottesville, Va.Time: 2 p.m.Outlook: The Terrapins have won the past three games in the series, which has had seven meetings decided by a goal this decade.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 21, 1995
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- When is the third seed in a four-team tournament to be feared?When it's North Carolina, and the Tar Heels are home for the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.The seventh annual ACC tournament will be held at Fetzer Field tonight and Sunday, and North Carolina is the only team ever to have won the affair. Top seed Virginia meets Duke in tonight's first semifinal at 6 p.m., and after a 30-minute break, the Tar Heels play Maryland.The championship game will be played Sunday (1 p.m.)
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By Mike Preston | mike.preston@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 27, 2010
If this was the game that proved North Carolina's program had arrived, then the No. 3 Tar Heels have made a major statement. On a day when their top attackman, Billy Bitter, didn't play because of a leg injury and their top midfielder, Sean DeLaney left the game in the third quarter holding his ribs, North Carolina still had too much in a 9-7 win against No. 5 Maryland before a near-capacity crowd of 4,542 at Fetzer Field. Maryland couldn't control Tar Heels freshman attackman Marcus Holman (Gilman)
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By Mike Preston | March 28, 2010
- If this was the game that proved North Carolina's program had arrived, then the No. 3 Tar Heels have made a major statement. On a Saturday when their top attackman, Billy Bitter, didn't play because of a leg injury and their top midfielder, Sean DeLaney, left the game in the third quarter holding his ribs, North Carolina still had too much for No. 5 Maryland in a 9-7 win before a near-capacity crowd of 4,542 at Fetzer Field. Maryland couldn't control Tar Heels freshman attackman Marcus Holman (Gilman)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 1997
Senior attackmen Spencer Deering and Merrill Turnbull recorded career days yesterday as No. 9 North Carolina defeated No. 5 Loyola, 17-11, before 1,103 in Chapel Hill, N.C.The Tar Heels (2-1) have won four of the five games against the Greyhounds at Fetzer Field. It's the first time North Carolina has won consecutive meetings against Loyola in eight years.Deering had a career-high six assists and Turnbull posted six goals. The other starting attackman, freshman Chase Martin, chipped in a career-high four goals, three of which staked the Tar Heels to a 9-6 halftime lead.
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November 6, 1992
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Top-ranked North Carolina State (12-2-3) scored four second-half goals en route to a 5-2 victory over Maryland (5-12) in the first round of the Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer tournament at North Carolina's Fetzer Field yesterday.The Wolfpack will meet Clemson, which beat Duke, 3-2, in double overtime, game in the semifinals today at 6 p.m.
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April 3, 1999
No. 12 Towson (3-1) at No. 1 Loyola (5-0)Site: Curley FieldTime: 1 p.m.TV/radio: Ch. 2/WTMD (89.7 FM), WKDB (1570 AM)Outlook: The Greyhounds have won nine straight at Curley.No. 7 Georgetown (5-1) at No. 10 Navy (4-3)Site: Dewey FieldTime: 1 p.m.Outlook: The Hoyas have won five consecutive meetings with the Mids by a combined 12 goals.No. 5 Maryland (6-1) at No. 6 Virginia (4-2)Site: Klockner Stadium, Charlottesville, Va.Time: 2 p.m.Outlook: The Terrapins have won the past three games in the series, which has had seven meetings decided by a goal this decade.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 1997
Senior attackmen Spencer Deering and Merrill Turnbull recorded career days yesterday as No. 9 North Carolina defeated No. 5 Loyola, 17-11, before 1,103 in Chapel Hill, N.C.The Tar Heels (2-1) have won four of the five games against the Greyhounds at Fetzer Field. It's the first time North Carolina has won consecutive meetings against Loyola in eight years.Deering had a career-high six assists and Turnbull posted six goals. The other starting attackman, freshman Chase Martin, chipped in a career-high four goals, three of which staked the Tar Heels to a 9-6 halftime lead.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 3, 1996
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Mark Phillips had four goals and two assists to lead North Carolina past Navy, 24-7, yesterday before 500 at Fetzer Field.The Tar Heels (1-0) scored six of the game's first seven goals.Navy (2-1) did not score back-to-back goals until the opening minute of the fourth quarter. The Midshipmen were outshot, 63-36.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 21, 1995
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- When is the third seed in a four-team tournament to be feared?When it's North Carolina, and the Tar Heels are home for the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.The seventh annual ACC tournament will be held at Fetzer Field tonight and Sunday, and North Carolina is the only team ever to have won the affair. Top seed Virginia meets Duke in tonight's first semifinal at 6 p.m., and after a 30-minute break, the Tar Heels play Maryland.The championship game will be played Sunday (1 p.m.)
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April 19, 1995
Second-seeded Maryland will meet North Carolina, the host and only team to win the event, in the seventh Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Friday at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill. Top-seeded and second-ranked Virginia will play Duke in the first game at 6 p.m. The final will be Sunday at 1 p.m.
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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,SUN REPORTER | May 14, 2006
No. 7 Maryland (12-7) @No. 5 North Carolina (12-5) Time -- 1 p.m. Site -- Fetzer Field, Chapel Hill, N.C. Outlook -- This will be the 18th meeting between the Atlantic Coast Conference foes since the Tar Heels' program began in 1996. The Terps hold an 11-6 edge in the series, but the Tar Heels won, 11-9, on April 15. Both teams are regulars in the NCAA tournament, but Maryland is the gold standard with 22 appearances - 17 in a row - and nine championships. The young Terps have had stellar moments this season, but have also been inconsistent.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 2002
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Senior attackers Stacey Morlang and Kristin Warnock scored three goals each as No. 6 Loyola upset third-ranked North Carolina, 10-9, yesterday in women's lacrosse at Fetzer Field. Senior goalkeeper Tricia Dabrowski anchored the Greyhounds' defense, making 13 saves and getting four ground balls in the win. After taking a 10-7 on a tally by Warnock midway through the second half, the Greyhounds effectively killed the clock for the final 15 minutes, holding the ball on offense for 12 minutes.
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