December 2003
Black Firsts, Second Edition;2003, p697
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Information on two African Americans related to lacrosse is presented. Tina Sloan-Green was the first black American women to compete on the U.S. Natinal Lacrosse team. Cherie Greer became the first black and the youngest player named to a women's world cup team.


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