Kennedy Todd-Williams comes up just short of first triple-double in UNC Women's Basketball history


In only her fourth game as a Tar Heel, finished just one assist shy of the first triple-double in UNC Women's Basketball history. The kicker? The Jacksonville, North Carolina, native, who head coach dubbed the "Scottie Pippen of college basketball" nearly accomplished the feat in just 21 minutes of action. (Daily Tar Heel)

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