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Tar Heels Advance To ACC Women's Lacrosse Final With 14-4 Win Over Duke


The top-seeded UNC women's lacrosse team got four goals from Becky Lynch and three goals and two assists from Corey Donohoe and defeated fourth-seeded Duke, 14-4, in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament semifinals on Friday afternoon at Ludwig Field. UNC advances and will face second-seeded Maryland in the ACC championship game on Sunday at 1 p.m. The host Terrapins beat Virginia, 10-6, in Friday's second semifinal. (Tar Heel Blue)

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