Former UNC tennis great Hayley Carter transitions from competition to college coaching


Vanderbilt women’s tennis coach Aleke Tsoubanos announced Tuesday the addition of as assistant coach. Carter, one of the most decorated student-athletes in college tennis history, steps away from professional tennis to join the Commodores. The winningest player in ACC women’s tennis history, Carter was a 7-time All-American at UNC. (Vanderbilt Athletics)

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Former UNC tennis great Hayley Carter transitions from competition to college coaching


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