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UNC Diver Anton Down-Jenkins Named ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year


North Carolina senior diver Anton Down-Jenkins, already decorated for his achievements in the pool, received an award for his achievements in the classroom Thursday, being named ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. It’s been a year full of honors for Down-Jenkins, who competed at last summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, representing his native New Zealand. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Diver Anton Down-Jenkins Named ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year


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