Tar Heels Sixth In Director's Cup Standings After Fall Sports


Four Tar Heel teams earned top-20 NCAA finishes to lead the University of North Carolina to sixth place in the nation after the conclusion of fall sport competition in the 2021-22 Learfield Directors' Cup. Carolina amassed 295.50 points in the fall, led by head coach Chris Miltenberg's women's cross country team, which finished 14th for 64.5 points. (GoHeels.com)

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Tar Heels Sixth In Director's Cup Standings After Fall Sports


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