Tar Heel Trailblazer: Reggie McAfee
Posted Feb 11, 2022
Reggie McAfee's goals never were to win a national championship or be recognized for his achievements, yet he has done both. The first African American to break the 4-minute mark in the mile and a four-time All-American at UNC, McAfee will be celebrated as a Tar Heel Trailblazer, which recognizes former Black student-athletes who paved the way.
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