Sammy Jo Tracy
Bedford, New York
Two-time National Champion with UNC
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Personal: Tracy's father, Dan, played lacrosse at the University of Maryland from 1983-1986 and was a three-time All-America selection. Tracy teaches yoga in Boston and serves as a mentor to young girls. After graduating from North Carolina, she founded the Draw Control Academy and is passionate about sharing her knowledge of lacrosse with kids.
2022 Season: Tracy started four out of eleven games. She achieved 757 leaderboard points, with a season-high of 107 points against Team Moreno in the Week Two finale. In the Week Four opener, she also recorded 103 leaderboard points against Team Glynn. Tracy began the season with two goals and an assist against Team Apuzzo. She also scored twice against Team Moreno in the Week Three opener. Throughout the season, she collected nine draw controls and two ground balls.
2021 Season: Tracy finished with 1,005 leaderboard points in 15 games. She had four games with 100 or more points. Tracy tied for ninth in Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse with 53 shots. Her season-high of six shots was attempted against Team Glynn on August 14. Tracy scored at least one goal in eight of the first nine contests of the season. She scored a total of 17 goals in 15 games. On August 7, Tracy achieved a season-high of 158 leaderboard points against Team Read.
International Experience: Tracy represented Team Israel at The World Games in 2022. She helped lead Israel to a fifth-place finish, scoring nine goals with two assists in four games. Tracy tied for the team lead with 27 shots.
Other Professional Experience: Before joining Athletes Unlimited, Tracy played for the Upstate Pride of the Women's Professional Lacrosse League for two seasons.
At North Carolina: Tracy played for five years and appeared in 82 games from 2013-2017. She was a two-time IWLCA All-America selection, earning Second-Team notice in 2016 and a spot on the All-America Third Team in 2017. Tracy received All-Atlantic Coast Conference distinction three times. In 2017, she shared the 2017 Kellie Thompson Shirley Award with current Athletes Unlimited goalkeeper Caylee Waters. Tracy scored a total of 133 career goals with 35 assists. She holds the North Carolina single-game record for draw controls with 14 and the career record with 327. Tracy also achieved 42 goals with 20 assists during the 2016 campaign and posted 145 draw controls in 2017, the second-highest mark in program history.
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