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UNC Women's Lacrosse: 18 Years Of Building A Champion

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

When North Carolina women’s lacrosse coach Jenny Levy began the Tar Heels’ program in 1994, she gave herself four years until she won her first national championship. It took her 18 – and many, many close calls along the way – but she finally accomplished the pinnacle feat in May with a 13-12, triple-overtime win against Maryland in the title game. (Carolina Blue)

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