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Covering UNC's women's tennis historic run to program's first National Championship


I’ve seen — the No. 1 collegiate women’s tennis player — belt the national anthem at the top of her lungs on senior day for her graduating teammates before a big match against Duke. On Super Bowl Sunday, I watched for almost three hours as Carson Tanguilig battled it out in three close sets and a tie-breaker at the ITA National Indoor Semifinals. (Daily Tar Heel)

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Covering UNC's women's tennis historic run to program's first National Championship


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