Longtime Carolina Baseball Fan ‘Retires’ From Leading Cheers in Boshamer Stadium


As the UNC Baseball season came to a close, one diehard Tar Heel fan announced he will be retiring from leading the cheers for the baseball program. For 13 seasons, Tom Jensen, a Chapel Hill resident and director of Public Policy Polling, was often known as the loudest person in Boshamer Stadium. Jensen said the decision was to protect his vocal cords. (Chapelboro.com)

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Longtime Carolina Baseball Fan ‘Retires’ From Leading Cheers in Boshamer Stadium


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