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UNC wins women's lacrosse title in triple overtime


Sammy Jo Tracy scored 31 seconds into triple overtime to give North Carolina the NCAA women's lacrosse championship with a 13-12 win over Maryland on Sunday. Brittney Coppa assisted on the goal that gave the Tar Heels their first national title in the longest title game in tournament history. Kara Cannizzaro had four goals and two assists for the Tar Heels. (ESPN.com)


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