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Chansky’s Notebook: Off Year


Over the last academic or calendar year, two UNC women’s sports continued to excel – tennis won another ITA indoor tournament title and its first NCAA team championship, and field hockey captured it second straight ACC and national championships, the first with as Player of the Year and the second with Matson as a rookie head coach. (Chapelboro.com)

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Chansky’s Notebook: Off Year


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