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A long road to NCAA victory for women's lacrosse


UNC’s title run began with victories against Loyola and Virginia, allowing the Tar Heels to advance to the Final Four for the seventh time in program history. Despite losing to the Wildcats twice previously in the Final Four, the Tar Heels defeated No. 2 Northwestern — the winner of seven of the previous eight national titles — 11-4 in the semifinal game, punching their ticket to play No. 1 undefeated Maryland for the third time this season in the championship. (Daily Tar Heel)

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