Duluth Wolfpack looking to rebuild with new head coach

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Updated: April 07, 2021 07:45 PM
Created: April 07, 2021 07:38 PM

Spring sports are fully underway and lacrosse was the final sport to get things going Minnesota as teams kicked off practice this week.

The Duluth Wolfpack girls team is more than ready to return to competition after missing out on their spring season last year.

They'll look to rebuild after losing 10 seniors. Plus, they'll do so with a new head coach in Sarah Hurst who was hired back in May.

"I'm really excited to start learning new plays and get more of the fundamentals down and get together as team and start winnings some games," said Olivia Cranston.

"I think our strength is going to be our resiliency in the face of all these challenges that we have. I've really made that a priority for the season with the girls is creating this atmosphere where we can pivot," said Wolfpack head coach Sarah Hurst.

The Wolpack's first game is scheduled for Thursday, April 15th. They'll host Hermantown/Proctor.

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