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North Carolina women’s team defeat Michigan 4-1

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As reported by the NCU webiste, North Carolina women’s tennis team, ranked no.2, beat Michigan in the Quarterfinals of the 2023 ITA Division I National Women’s Team Indoor Championships, at the Seattle Tennis Club. The Tar Heels advance to the quarterfinals on Sunday 12 February, where Carolina will face Texas A&M at the Nordstrom Tennis Center on the University of Washington campus.

Tar Heels won their first doubles match.

The pairing of Reilly Tran and Abbey Forbes brought down Sheinin/Fliegner’s 3-double team for Michigan 6-1. No. 1 Fiona Crawley made things work in singles by claiming second team point by beating No. 36 Jaedan Brown 6-1, 6-4. Wolverines claimed first place of the game, to 3 singles as No.

33 Julia Fliegner (Michigan) def. #9 Carson Tanguilig (UNC) 6-2, 7-5.

No. 18 Anika Yarlagadda had a big win as the Tar Heels reclaimed a 3-1 lead over Michigan by beating Bayley Sheinin 6-3, 6-4. The Heels scored the game as No.

63 Reilly Tran defeated Nicole Hammond 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 after dropping the first set on court 5.

About the UNC

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a public university in Chapel Hill in the US state of North Carolina.

Founded in 1789 at the start of George Washington’s presidency, the institution began enrolling its first students in 1795, thereby claiming the title of one of the three oldest public universities in the United States. The first institution of higher learning in North Carolina, the school opened its doors to students on February 12, 1795.

The university offers degrees in more than 70 courses through 14 colleges and Colleges of Arts and Sciences. In 1951 North Carolina kicked off the desegregation process when African-American students were admitted under the direction of Dean Robert Burton House.

In 1952, North Carolina opened its first hospital, UNC Health Care, for research and disease treatment and has specialized in cancer research ever since. The institution’s students, alumni, and sports teams are collectively known as the Tar Heels. Photo Credits: UNC website

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