Competing against the number two team in the country is not an easy task. When the Louisville lacrosse team faced North Carolina the Tar Heels made second half adjustments to sway momentum and pull away.
Senior Hannah Koloski and sophomore Meghan Siverson pulled off hat tricks on the game, a common sight this season for the two, but most of the damage was done in the first half.
Louisville scored the first goal of the game, lead 7-3, and held a 7-6 halftime lead. However, UNC outscored the home team 9-4 in the second half for the 15-11 victory.
On North Carolina's side of things Marie McCool scored seven goals. Molly Hendrick scored four goals for the Heels.
North Carolina outshot the Cards 39-24, but Louisville's Brittany Read recorded 14 saves compared to UNC's nine saves.
North Carolina improves 12-1 and remains undefeated in conference play at 5-0. Louisville drops to 10-5 and 2-3. Their final two regular season games include a trio to Virginia and return home the following Saturday, April 22, to host Syracuse on senior day.