Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Wednesday, Sept. 14

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Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:

1. Where does North Carolina women’s lacrosse go from here?

After wrapping the careers of a handful of all-time greats with a national title, Jenny Levy and her staff are busy building the next chapter of Tar Heels’ lacrosse. Beth Ann Mayer checked in with UNC ahead of fall ball. Click here to read more.

2. Peterborough ties the Mann Cup at 2-2.

Joe Resetarits dropped eight points, and Shawn Evans tied John Tavares’ all-time Mann Cup scoring record, en route to the Lakers’ 15-12 win over the Langley Thunder in the best-of-seven box series. Click here for more.







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WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Michael Sowers’ shakes are just that good.

Slick finish from Dane Dobbie in the Mann Cup.

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  • Checking in with North Carolina women's lacrosse.
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