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"North Carolina senior goalkeeper Megan Ward was on top of her game on Sunday, stopping 14 of 21 shots as the third-seeded Tar Heels took home their second-ever national championship with a 13-7 win over the top-seeded Terrapins.", www.charlotteobserver.com
"Chris Cloutier took his time. In the middle of the second quarter, the North Carolina attack stood in front of Loyola goalie Grant Limone and faked for a few seconds before slinging the ball into the back of the net. - Erin McCarthy, Philadelphia Inquirer", www.philly.com
"As the final minute ran off the clock in each NCAA women's lacrosse semifinal Friday night at Talen Energy Stadium, North Carolina and Maryland were in opposite situations in their respective games. - Paul Schwedelson, Philadelphia Inquirer", www.philly.com
"Caylee Waters made eight saves off the bench and attacker Carly Reed matched a career-high with five goals as third-seeded North Carolina defeated unseeded Penn State 12-11 at Talen Energy Stadium in the NCAA tournament semifinals.", www.charlotteobserver.com
"There are no bigger stages in women’s lacrosse than the NCAA tournament final, which the third-seeded Tar Heels (19-2) will play in for the third time in four seasons. All three of those trips have culminated with meetings with Maryland (22-0), which enters Sunday’s title game as the top seed and winners of 26 in a row dating back to last year’s tournament.", www.charlotteobserver.com
"Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field NORTH CAROLINA vs. LOYOLA (Md.), noon Records: North Carolina, 10-6; Loyola, 14-3. Coaches: North Carolina, Joe Breschi, 8th year, 92-40; Loyola,Charley Toomey, 11th year, 117-53. - Erin McCarthy, Philadelphia Inquirer", www.philly.com
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