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Catherine O'Donnell Takes Gold At World University Golf Championship


North Carolina golfer Catherine O'Donnell won the women's gold medal for the World University Championships after firing a 74 in the final round to hold onto a two-stroke lead. The rising junior from Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., finished at 290, hitting 75-70-71-74 for the four-day, 72-hole international tournament. The two-time All-ACC performer led going into the final day of competition. (Tar Heel Blue)


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