In its first fall season in two years, UNC women's tennis finds a renewed mindset

Playing for UNC means playing to win, especially for the women’s tennis program. Unlike last season's squad, which didn’t lose any players due to extra COVID-19 eligibility, the 2021-22 team is without all-Americans Makenna Jones, and . This not only means shifting around doubles pairs — but shifting a mindset as well. (Daily Tar Heel)


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In its first fall season in two years, UNC women's tennis finds a renewed mindset

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