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Nicole Greene, Madison Wiltrout Advance To NCAA Women's Track & Field Championships


North Carolina's Nicole Greene and Madison Wiltrout advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships with top-12 finishes at the NCAA East Preliminary Round on Thursday. Greene advanced with a height of 5-10 3/4 in the high jump while Wiltrout secured her first ever bid to the NCAA championships with a fifth-place mark in the javelin. (GoHeels.com)

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