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Women's Lacrosse Uses Defense To Reach First Title Game


To play for its first national championship in women's lacrosse, UNC had to do something no other team had accomplished this season and it already failed to do once this year: beat Maryland. The Tar Heels, however, played their most complete game of the season as they stunned the previously unbeaten Terrapins, 8-7, in Friday night's national semifinal in front of a NCAA women's lacrosse championship-round record crowd of 7,549. (Tar Heel Blue)


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