Cetera DeGraffenreid key to Tar Heels’ success
Posted Mar 31, 2008
As if losing Ivory Latta to graduation wasn’t bad enough, UNC then lost Latta’s heir apparent, Alex Miller, when the senior tore ligaments in her left knee in the fourth game of this season. The Tar Heels were forced to rely on freshman Cetera DeGraffenreid to run the offense, and now North Carolina is one victory away from a third straight Final Four appearance.
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