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UNC women's lacrosse earns 3rd straight trip to semifinals


With Loyola (Md.) repeatedly knocking it off balance, North Carolina struggled to find its footing in the first half of Saturday’s NCAA Tournament second-round game against the Greyhounds. It wasn’t until junior Laura Zimmerman scored just as the half expired that the Tar Heels had a toe hold they could use to lift them over Loyola and into the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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