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Top-ranked UNC women's lacrosse dominates Virginia, 24-2, in NCAA Tournament


What does domination look like? UNC scored the game’s first 13 goals and the last 11, dominating draws early in a 24-2 victory at Dorrance Field behind ’s four goals and five assists (Highlights). That was the most goals in an NCAA tournament game in program history. UNC (19-0) advances to face Stony Brook in Thursday's quarterfinals. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Top-ranked UNC women's lacrosse dominates Virginia, 24-2, in NCAA Tournament


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