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Fiona Crawley Falls In NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Final Four


The 2021-22 UNC women's tennis season has come to an end. Sophomore Fiona Crawley was the final competitor remaining at the NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship, but she bowed out admirably in the semifinals after a 6-4, 6-4, loss to Stanford's Connie Ma on Friday at the indoor courts on the campus of the University of Illinois. (GoHeels.com)

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Fiona Crawley Falls In NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Final Four


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