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Incoming women's basketball player Jordan Carolina Zubich was destined to be a Tar Heel


Thanks to a coin flip, Jordan Carolina Zubich was born with a name that made her destined to be a Tar Heel basketball player. Jordan’s parents, Dan and Becky Zubich, couldn’t agree on a name for the 5-11 sharpshooting incoming North Carolina freshman shooting guard. "My dad grew up being a big Carolina fan," Zubich said of the lifelong Minnesotan. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Incoming women's basketball player Jordan Carolina Zubich was destined to be a Tar Heel


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