UNC champion, Elon coach Charlotte Smith says exposure key to elevating women's game
Posted Jun 23, 2022
UNC women's basketball hit a high point in 1994 that it might never surpass. Charlotte Smith's 3-pointer on an inbounds play with just 0.7 seconds left in the game gave the Tar Heels their only NCAA title. Still one of the most exciting plays in tournament history, Smith's shot lives in the realm of Carolina lore like Michael Jordan's game winner in 1982.
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