Despite two-sport start, UNC's Julia Dorsey envisions pro soccer career over lacrosse


Reaching the Division I level in one sport is hard enough. North Carolina sophomore Julia Dorsey did it twice. A member of both the Tar Heels women's soccer and lacrosse teams, Dorsey plays for two of the best college programs in the country in their respective sports. She began playing soccer when she was 5 and lacrosse when she was 8. (Daily Tar Heel)

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Despite two-sport start, UNC's Julia Dorsey envisions pro soccer career over lacrosse


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