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Heilmann, Ness Lead UNC Wrestling To Landmark Season


Troy Heilmann entered the 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships in Cleveland looking to become UNC's first national champion since 1995. But placing fourth at 149 pounds, he proved influential in helping the Tar Heels to their best overall NCAA meet in nearly 25 years. The Tar Heels finished 20th, their highest finish since coming in eighth in 1995. (GoHeels.com)

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