Why UNC women's basketball player Stephanie Watts transferred out of UNC — then came back


is one of, if not the first of her kind: Someone who missed her former team and school so much that she couldn’t stand the idea of playing her sixth year of college basketball anywhere else. The team is North Carolina. The place is Chapel Hill. The 23-year-old guard says that there’s nowhere else she’d want to end her academic journey. (Daily Tar Heel)

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Why UNC women's basketball player Stephanie Watts transferred out of UNC — then came back


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