General - A big-game player with a history of success in NCAA Tournament games ... Two-time All-ACC performer ... Has participated in the Carolina Leadership Academy as part of the Rising Stars program.
Junior (2016) - Second-team IWLCA All-America ... First-team All-ACC ... Named first-team All-South by the IWLCA ... ACC Offensive Player of the Week (April 12) ... The only Tar Heel to score a goal in every game in 2016 ... Fourth on the team in points, third in goals and third in assists in 2016 ... Scored twice with two draw controls in the NCAA semifinal win over Penn State ... Scored twice in the NCAA final victory over Maryland ... Had 15 multi-goal games in 2016 ... Smashed the school record for draw controls in a season with 108 (the old record was 75) ... Had a game-high six draw controls against Maryland in the NCAA final ... Had a UNC-record 14 draw controls vs. San Diego State (as well as 13 vs. Albany and 10 vs. Florida).
Junior (2015) - Named second-team All-ACC ... Saw action in 21 of 22 games, starting all 21 ... Missed the Elon game early in the season ... Finished the year with 38 goals, five assists and 44 draw controls ... Second on the team in goals and draw controls and fourth in points ... Led the ACC with six game-winning goals ... Scored at least one goal in 18 of 21 games played ... Had season highs of four points in wins over Northwestern (3 goals, one assist) and Florida (3 goals, 1 assist) ... Had seven hat tricks on the season, scoring three goals each in games versus Florida (regular season and NCAA Tournament), Duke (regular season), Northwestern, Syracuse (regular season), Maryland (regular season) and Towson ... At her best in the NCAA Tournament with six goals and 16 draw controls in four NCAA contests ... Tied her season high with six draw controls in the NCAA semifinal win over Duke ... Finished with two goals, two ground balls and four draw controls in the quarterfinal win over Penn State ... Took every draw and led UNC to an 8-1 advantage on the draw in the second half against the Nittany Lions ... Had three goals and five draw controls in the NCAA second round vs. Florida ... Had two goals and two assists in the ACC semifinals vs. Notre Dame ... Often took the draw for Carolina after injuries to Molly Hendrick and Brittney Coppa.
Sophomore (2014) - Missed the season with a foot injury.
Freshman (2013) - Scored the game-winning goal in the third overtime to beat Maryland and clinch the 2013 NCAA championship ... Took a pass from Brittney Coppa and scored for UNC's first national title ... Started 12 games ... Did not play in the ACC semifinal against Boston College due to a foot injury ... Posted five multi-goal games (a season-high two goals in five separate games) ... Scored three game-winning goals ... Fourth on the team in draw controls with 30 ... Came off the bench to score a goal in the NCAA semifinal victory over Northwestern.
High School - Named an Under Armour All-America in 2012 ... Three-time US Lacrosse All-America ... Came off the bench in the Under Armour game and led the North team with two goals and three draw controls while also collecting three ground balls ... Tallied 94 goals and 22 assists as a senior in 2012 for Coach Bill Broggy at Fox Lane HS ... Led her team to a 16-3-2 mark in 2012 ... New York State Championship All-Tournament MVP ... MSG Player of the Year ... Journal News Player of the Year ... Helped Fox Lane to the New York state championship game after winning regional and sectional titles ... First-team All-Tri State choice ... Three-time, first-team All-Elite and All-Section selection ... Finished her career with 434 points on 327 goals and 117 assists ... Tallied 71 goals and 14 assists as a junior ... An Under Armour Underclassman All-America & US Lacrosse All-America as a junior ... Also a US Lacrosse All-America as a sophomore in 2010 ... Played five years of varsity lacrosse and four years of varsity volleyball ... A member of the United States U-19 National Team ... Earned all-league honors in volleyball ... Named an Army Reserve Scholar-Athlete for 2012 ... The 2012 Fox Lange Female Athlete of the Year ... A regular on the honor roll.
Personal - Samantha Jo Tracy is the daughter of Dan and Cheryl Tracy ... Her father was an All-America lacrosse player at Maryland ... Born on July 25, 1994, in New York, N.Y. ... Majoring in communication studies.
Sammy Jo Tracy's Career Statistics Year GP/GS Sh G A Pts GB CT DC 2013 18/12 43 15 4 19 8 3 30
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