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No. 6 UNC men's lacrosse looking to avenge playoff defeat heading into 2022


An incredible season ended in heartbreak last year for the UNC men’s lacrosse team. The No. 1-seeded Tar Heels fell, 12-11, to eventual champion Virginia in the NCAA semifinals. With the team’s first exhibition of the season slated for Saturday against Navy, coach and his squad are ready to embark on a revitalized 2022 campaign. (Daily Tar Heel)

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No. 6 UNC men's lacrosse looking to avenge playoff defeat heading into 2022


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