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How two former UNC women's lacrosse players built a program from scratch


In 2016, two UNC women’s lacrosse alumnae got an opportunity like no other. Amanda Barnes-Moore had spent the past five seasons as a Duke assistant. Parros had worked with James Madison for three years and was then coaching high school and club teams. Both had NCAA Tournament experience. But they’d never built a program from scratch. (Daily Tar Heel)

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