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Two Tar Heels Advance To Women's Lacrosse World Games Semifinals


UNC women's lacrosse players, Brooklyn Walker-Welch and Caitlyn Wurzburger, will compete in the World Lacrosse Sixes semifinals July 15 at The World Games in Birmingham, Alabama. Israel and ('17) fell in a 14-12 quarterfinal loss to Great Britain. Wurzburger had a goal and three assists in a quarterfinal win over the Czech Republic. (GoHeels.com)

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Two Tar Heels Advance To Women's Lacrosse World Games Semifinals


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