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UNC's Courtney Banghart Addresses NCAA Refusal to Grant Ivy Leaguers Extra Eligibility


On Thursday, the North Carolina Women's Basketball program received unfortunate news as the NCAA opted not to approve a waiver for graduate transfer to receive an extra season of eligibility. Littlefield, who played at Princeton before transferring to UNC, missed the 2020-21 season as the Ivy League canceled play due to the pandemic. (Inside Carolina)

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UNC's Courtney Banghart Addresses NCAA Refusal to Grant Ivy Leaguers Extra Eligibility


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