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That was the week that was

Players and their families were still milling around the court Sunday night at Carmichael Auditorium. Most were tired, and many had classes all too early the next morning. But it wasn't every day that Carolina knocked off a Top-10 team in Carmichael. In fact the women had never done it before. No. 2 North Carolina downed No. 4 Tennessee, 70-57, for the women's program's first such win.
Full article at Chapel Hill News

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