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#19 Lacrosse Falls to #6 UNC on Senior Day

April 17, 1999
NASHVILLE- Amanda Rice had two goals and an assist, but Commodores' efforts fell short on the last home game of the season, dropping a 10-5 decision to North Carolina. Gray MacNair scored four goals for the Tar Heels in the win. VU trailed just 5-3 at half time, but North Carolina (7-2) pulled ahead early in the second half with goals by Kristen Off and Julie Kickham. The Commodores could get no closer than three goals in the second half as the Tar Heels dominated time of possession throughout the game. Emily Lough made ten saves for Vanderbilt (5-8) in defeat, while North Carolina's Debbie Castine made seven.

"We played a strong team today," said Vanderbilt head coach Cathy Swezey. "Our shooting was off, and we did not do a good job exposing the goalie. We have to create opportunities for our shooters."

Vanderbilt travels to Ohio State next Saturday to face the Buckeyes at 1p.m. EST. The Tar Heels travel to Baltimore to face Penn State this Wednesday.

North Carolina  5 - 5 = 10
Vanderbilt      3 - 2 = 5

Goals: VU- Rice (2), Mans (1), Ehst (1), Tellam (1). UNC- MacNair (4), Off (2), McGinnis (1), Mohler (1), Kickham (1), McInnes (1).
Assists: VU- Rice (1). UNC- Mohler (2), McGinnis (1), Off (1), Kickham (1).
Total Shots: VU-15 UNC- 27
Goalkeeping: VU- Emily Lough (60 mins, 10 GA, 10 Svs.) UNC- (60 mins.,5 GA, 7 Svs.)
Cards: VU- Team (green at 6:18 1st), Kehl (yellow at 19:13 2nd). UNC- Stringer (yellow at 21:57 1st)
Weather: Cloudy, 55
Attendance: 200

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