Future Tar Heel Lanie Grant overcomes illness, helps U.S. U16 team roll to victory

For about 14 hours, class of 2025 five-star UNC Women's Basketball commit felt pretty sick and missed Wednesday’s 93-28 victory over Colombia. Team doctors told her they thought she might have a stomach virus. Whatever it was, she improved enough to play 20 minutes and score eight points in Thursday’s 123-27 victory over host Mexico. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Future Tar Heel Lanie Grant overcomes illness, helps U.S. U16 team roll to victory

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