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No. 4 UNC Holds Off Late Push From No. 13 Liberty


Latifah Coleman and weren't going to let 's return to the NCAA Tournament end so soon. Gray scored 17 points and Coleman had 15 to lead UNC past Liberty 71-65 on Saturday in the first round of the Greensboro Region. The fourth-seeded Tar Heels withstood the Flames' late push to give their Hall of Fame coach a victory in her return to the NCAA Tournament after a year away to fight leukemia. (GoHeels.com)

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