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UNC Men's Lacrosse Searching for New Identity After Losing 10 to Graduation


College coaches are always in search of team leaders. is no different, especially this season. A year after the Tar Heels made the NCAA tournament for the ninth straight time under Breschi, before losing in the first round to Albany to finish with an 8-8 record – the first non-winning record of the Breschi era – UNC’s identity is foremost on his mind. (US Lacrosse Magazine)

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