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Karen Shelton Awarded UNC General Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Medal


channeled her fiercely competitive nature onto the field during her 42 years as head coach of North Carolina's field hockey team. Just recently retired, Shelton — the winningest coach in the sport’s history — now directs her competitive spirit to killer workouts at the training facility Orangetheory Fitness and cut-throat games of pickleball. (Carolina Alumni Review)

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Karen Shelton Awarded UNC General Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Medal


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