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UNC Softball Beats Detroit Mercy for 1,500th Program Win


Earning the program's 1,500th victory, North Carolina Softball defeated Detroit Mercy, 11-3 in five innings on Sunday morning to wrap up the JoAnne Graf Classic in Tallahassee, Fla. Scoring early, the Tar Heels set the tone for the second run-rule win of the season. Destiny Middleton stole four of UNC's seven bases in the game while also tallying two hits. (GoHeels.com)

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