For international athletes in Chapel Hill, UNC's rivalry with Duke transcends cultures


For international athletes at UNC, the basketball rivalry with Duke is a different experience. Field hockey star Eva Smolenaars admitted that basketball itself was almost entirely foreign to her when she arrived in Chapel Hill. Hailing from the soccer-loving nation of the Netherlands, Smolenaars was amazed to see the spectacle the rivalry created. (Daily Tar Heel)

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For international athletes in Chapel Hill, UNC's rivalry with Duke transcends cultures


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