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Tar Heels Help Post Wins For U.S., Canada On Day Two Of Women's Lacrosse World Games


The three UNC products vying for gold at the 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Alabama, impressed on the second day of World Lacrosse Sixes competition. It was a battle between two Tar Heels as ('17) and rising sophomore Brooklyn Walker-Welch faced one another in the Israel vs. Canada matchup, with Canada's winning 14-6. (GoHeels.com)

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Tar Heels Help Post Wins For U.S., Canada On Day Two Of Women's Lacrosse World Games


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