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Carolina Grad Learning From Olympic Broadcast Experience


As five Tar Heel field hockey alums helped the U.S. Olympic team to a quarterfinals spot in Rio, another of the program’s graduates has helped bring field hockey action to those who can’t be there in person. , a May graduate with a degree in journalism, is working for NBC Sports as the statistician on each of the network’s field hockey broadcasts. (GoHeels.com)

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