3 UNC Women's Basketball Signees Named McDonald's All-Americans


The North Carolina women's basketball program will welcome three more McDonald's All-Americans to Chapel Hill this fall. When this year's 24 honorees were announced Tuesday, UNC signees Destiny Adams, Teonni Key, and Kayla McPherson were on the list. This makes UNC one of four programs nationally with three or more players on the roster. (GoHeels.com)

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3 UNC Women's Basketball Signees Named McDonald's All-Americans


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