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UNC field hockey's Courtnie Williamson voiced her success into existence


Courtnie Williamson shouted encouragement to her UNC teammates from the sidelines of the 2018 NCAA field hockey national championship game. She had only started four games that season. Now a graduate student playing in her fifth year, her voice as team captain has become even louder as the team strives for a third consecutive ACC Championship. (Daily Tar Heel)

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UNC field hockey's Courtnie Williamson voiced her success into existence


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