Women Finish Sixth, Men Eighth At ACC Cross Country Championships

Hosting its first ACC Championships since 1999 the North Carolina cross country teams looked to get a jump start on the championship season Saturday morning at the Ranson-Hamrick Cross Country course. The women opened the day's festivities with a sixth place finish as senior and junior Lauren Holesh both placed in the top five to earn All-ACC honors. The men finished eighth in the final race of the day. (Tar Heel Blue)


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