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No. 5 UNC Women's Tennis Beats No. 4 Virginia, 4-1; Wins First ACC Championship Since 2021


For the first time since 2021, UNC (22-3) won the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship after defeating No. 4 Virginia (22-4), 4-1. Doubles action boasted five ranked tandems between the Tar Heels and Cavaliers. On court two, the No. 43 ranked Tar Heel duo of and Anika Yarlagadda gave Carolina the advantage after they won 6-2. (GoHeels.com)

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No. 5 UNC Women's Tennis Beats No. 4 Virginia, 4-1; Wins First ACC Championship Since 2021


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