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Tar Heel Firsts: UNC’s first All-Americans


was UNC’s first basketball All-American, helping win its first Southern Conference title in 1922. The next season, the Tar Heels finished 15-1, with Carmichael being named All-American. Carmichael Auditorium/Arena was named after his brother, , who was also a member of the basketball team and a UNC vice-president. (Tar Heel Blog)

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