How two former UNC women's lacrosse players built a program from scratch
Posted Feb 19, 2019
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. Emily Garrity 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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