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Get To Know UNC's NCAA High Jump Champion, Nicole Green


For 11 years, members of the UNC track & field team eagerly pursued the dream of becoming a national champion. Though many came close, it was Nicole Greene who stepped onto the national stage and finally captured the coveted title at the 2018 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. Green hit a mark of 6-1 1/2 in a seven-round jump-off to win the NCAA title. (GoHeels.com)

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