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UNC Volleyball's Come-Back Effort Falls Short at Miami


Despite Madison Laufenberg's career high 16 kills, North Carolina dropped a 3-1 decision to Miami Friday night in the Knight Complex. The Tar Heels fought from behind for the third set win, but it was not enough to take the match against the Hurricanes. Laufenberg paced Carolina's offense with resetting her previous single-match career-high of 10 kills to 16, hitting .351. (GoHeels.com)

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