Caitlyn Wurzburger primed for breakout for UNC women's lacrosse


Transitioning to the college game isn’t easy, not even the greatest high school girls lacrosse player of all time. That rang true at North Carolina, where Caitlyn Wurzburger was joining an squad that returned two of the best players in the nation. "When you get on the field you're like, ‘Whoa, I'm wearing a Carolina jersey, this is unreal,’" Wurzburger said. (Daily Tar Heel)

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Caitlyn Wurzburger primed for breakout for UNC women's lacrosse


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