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Slow-Starting UNC Awakens to Top Duke


The UNC women's lacrosse team was held scoreless for nearly the entire first half but rallied with a strong second half and defeated Duke, 9-6, on Wednesday evening in Chapel Hill. Duke controlled possession with a deliberate attack early and Carolina didn't score a goal for the first 24:28 of the game before scoring twice late in the first half. The Tar Heels scored six consecutive goals to start the second half and seize control of the contest. (Lacrosse Magazine)


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