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Dual-sport athlete Julia Dorsey mentors UNC women's soccer, aims for national title


As the sixth player in UNC history to compete for both the women’s lacrosse and soccer teams, experienced winning the 2022 NCAA women’s lacrosse championship as well as the the Tar Heels' crushing College Cup Final loss to UCLA last year. But perhaps her toughest challenge came this past spring, when Dorsey suffered an ACL tear. (Daily Tar Heel)

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Dual-sport athlete Julia Dorsey mentors UNC women's soccer, aims for national title


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