Two UNC Alumni Receive First-Ever ACC UNITE Award


Two pioneers of North Carolina Tar Heels athletics were honored by the Atlantic Coast Conference Wednesday, receiving the conference’s inaugural UNITE Award. Edwin Okoroma ’65 of the men’s soccer team and Ophelia Speight ’74 of the women’s fencing team were honored for being the university’s first-ever male and female student athletes of color. (Chapelboro.com)

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Two UNC Alumni Receive First-Ever ACC UNITE Award


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