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NCAA Men's Lacrosse Preview: No. 11 North Carolina


This fall, one of North Carolina's top lacrosse attackmen started his days with football practice. It was easier last year for , when football was in the afternoon. 2019 was a “little bit of a struggle,” he said, since both sports had morning practices. But the sophomore still made it work, with full cooperation from coaches and . (US Lacrosse Magazine)

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