UNC Mourns The Passing Of Ron Miller
Posted Jun 6, 2023
Ron Miller, who established the UNC fencing program and spent more than five decades at its helm, passed away on Monday. He was 78. Miller came to Carolina in 1967 and is the longest serving head coach in UNC history. He built a program that continues to excel athletically and academically. He coached and mentored thousands of student-athletes.
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