Tar Heels To Face Off As U.S., Canada Meet In Women's Lacrosse World Games Finals

scored the game-winning goal to help Israel place fifth at the World Lacrosse Sixes competition at The World Games in Birmingham, Alabama. With Canada and the United States winning their semifinals, two current UNC players, Caitlyn Wurzburger (US) and Brooklyn Walker-Welch (CAN), will battle for gold Saturday at 9:30 p.m. ET. (


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Tar Heels To Face Off As U.S., Canada Meet In Women's Lacrosse World Games Finals

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