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Why UNC will pay more for campus athletics upgrade

A $55 million plan to replace UNC’s soccer/lacrosse stadium and build the football team a bigger practice complex has seen its price tag rise more than 22 percent, because of design changes and a hotter-than-it-has-been construction market. The bill for Fetzer Field’s successor and the football team’s new indoor/outdoor practice fields is now expected to approach $67.4 million.

No. 1 UNC Women's Lacrosse Downs No. 2 Maryland, 17-15

Top-ranked North Carolina got four goals apiece from Abbey Friend and Maggie Bill and defeated second-ranked Maryland, 17-15, on Saturday at Fetzer Field. The Tar Heels went on a 5-0 run to start the second half and take control of the game after trailing 10-9 at halftime. Carolina bounced back from Monday's loss at Northwestern by winning its 16th game in its last 17 outings.

No. 2 Men's Soccer Handles Hoyas In Exhibition

Junior Bill Dworsky and freshman Enzo Martinez found the back of the net in the second half to lead No. 2 North Carolina past Georgetown, 2-1, Friday in a preseason exhibition match at Fetzer Field. After a scoreless first half, Dworsky put the Tar Heels' first chance after intermission away with an eight-yard header into the right side of the net for a 1-0 lead at the 52:22 mark.

Tar Heels Soccer Clips Clemson, 3-2

Sophomore forward Bill Dworsky scored two goals, both on assists from junior midfielder Michael Callahan, to lift North Carolina to a 3-2 win over Clemson in a key Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer match Sunday at Fetzer Field. With the victory, the Tar Heels (6-4-5, 3-3-0 ACC) have won consecutive games for just the second time this year with three matches left in the regular season.

Dworsky Powers No. 16 Tar Heels Past Davidson, 4-1

Sophomore forward Bill Dworsky scored a pair of second half goals, and sophomore forward Ryan Johnson and junior midfielder Garry Lewis also found the back of the net Tuesday to lead No. 16 North Carolina past Davidson, 4-1, in an exhibition match at Fetzer Field. With the Tar Heels holding a 2-0 lead, Dworsky scored twice in a six-minute span to put the game away for UNC.

Dworsky Sends No. 5 Tar Heels Past Elon In Overtime

Freshman forward Bill Dworsky scored on a rebound shot just over five minutes into overtime, and senior goalkeeper Justin Hughes made a season-high five saves to lift No. 5 North Carolina to a 1-0 victory over visiting Elon Tuesday at Fetzer Field.


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