A 22-Year-Old Head Coach? UNC Didn’t Think Twice About It.

The reason why a new field hockey coach is a wait-what-really? story—is that just took off that jersey for the final time 75 days earlier. She led the Tar Heels to an undefeated national title in late November, graduated with a degree in PR and advertising in December, then was announced as the head coach at North Carolina on Jan. 31. (Sports Illustrated)


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