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Celebrate Carolina: Sylvia Crawley's Memorable Dunk


Sylvia Crawley played center for UNC from 1991-94 and helped the Tar Heels to an NCAA Championship as a senior. After graduation, she played professionally for 12 seasons, competing in 16 countries and for the WNBA and the now-defunct ABL. It was with the ABL that Crawley won the first professional women's basketball slam dunk contest. (GoHeels.com)

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