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Transfer guard Grace Townsend brings unique blend of skills to UNC Women's Basketball


Speed and quickness are common traits in talented point guards, but North Carolina graduate transfer will bring some rare intangibles to Chapel Hill. The 5–5 dynamo, who played four seasons at Richmond, possesses a unique blend of shiftiness that can confound defenders and extraordinary court vision, which she calls her "third eye." (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Transfer guard Grace Townsend brings unique blend of skills to UNC Women's Basketball


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