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Kauffmann likes early returns for men's tennis

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Cedric Kauffmann doesn't often make it through interviews without being asked about what it's like to replace a legend. The former Kentucky player and assistant is in his first season as head coach after Dennis Emery - winner of 655 matches and the architect of the UK program - retired last spring, so that's understandable.

Two of his players - Anthony Rossi and Alex Musialek - find themselves in similar situations.

Eric Quigley and Alex Musialek finished their UK careers ranked first and ninth, respectively, on the school's all-time singles wins list. They spent the last three seasons leading off the UK lineup in the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, culminating in an undefeated run through the Southeastern Conference during their senior year.

Like Emery, they moved on this offseason, leaving it up to Rossi and Jomby to step into the roles that had been filled for so long. Kauffmann doesn't look at it quite that way though.

"They'll never replace Quigley and they'll never replace Musialek," Kauffmann said. "I'm just asking them to be Jomby and Rossi. If they do that, I think it's going to be good enough for us to do well."

So far, they have done that. So far, Kauffmann is right.

Five matches into the indoor season, the ninth-ranked Wildcats are unbeaten. They breezed through 7-0 wins over in-state foes Northern Kentucky and Morehead State to start with, then dispatched No. 22 Indiana on the road and No. 47 Michigan State and No. 17 Texas at home to clinch a spot in the ITA National Indoor Championships.

Twelve different players have played in the five matches and each has been unique, but there have been two common threads.

The first is Rossi and Jomby.

In all but one match this season - when Jomby sat out one match of a season-opening doubleheader - UK's top two singles players have earned two points for their team. In fact, they have combined to win 18 of their 19 sets en route to a 9-0 record. The only loss came when Rossi dropped the opening set to 31st-ranked Soren Hess-Olesen of Texas in a tiebreaker before taking the final two sets and the win.

Rossi opened the season ranked No. 94 and Jomby No. 15. Both figure to make a significant jumps when new rankings are released on Feb. 5, especially if they perform well when UK hosts No. 8 Oklahoma on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. The match will be the first played this season between two teams ranked in the top 10 nationally.

If the Cats are to succeed, they will get a significant boost if the other trend from the first five matches of 2013 holds up.

Kauffmann learned from Emery the importance of the doubles, which is why UK spends "30 to 40 percent" of its practice time working on doubles even though it counts for just one of the seven points that comprise each match. It is so vital because it's the first point decided in each match and can set the tone for the remainder of the proceedings.

In fact, the doubles point has done exactly that in each of UK's outings; the Cats are a perfect 5-0 in doubles.

"They've done good," Kauffmann said of the doubles point. "They're listening. We still have a lot of work to go."

Kauffmann has used doubles as an opportunity to build experience with a deep and largely young roster. UK has five first-year players and their coach calls the way they have embraced the demands of playing collegiate tennis his "best surprise," but they haven't necessarily gotten to play as much as they want.

"We're just very deep," Kauffmann said. "We have 13 players on the team and we only play six. They'll get their turn to shine."

It's much easier to ask for patience when the victories are piling up.

"I want my kids to get better," Kauffmann said. "I had a great time at Kentucky (as a player), so I'm trying to have them have a good time. But it's always easier when you're winning, so we're going to work hard to keep winning."

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Live blog: Men's tennis vs. Northern Kentucky

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First-year head coach Cedric Kauffmann is leading the men's tennis team into its first team matches of the season on Sunday. (Chet White, UK Athletics) First-year head coach Cedric Kauffmann is leading the men's tennis team into its first team matches of the season on Sunday. (Chet White, UK Athletics)
Cedric Kauffmann has been here before. The Kentucky men's tennis team is mere days away from opening its 2013 season, something Kauffmann has been though many times.

As UK prepares to start its season on Sunday, Kauffmann is in a different position. No longer is he a player getting ready for one singles and one doubles match or an assistant coach working behind the scenes to prepare his team.

This time, it's Kauffmann coming up with practice plans. It's Kauffmann making the final decisions on the lineup. For the first time, it's Kauffmann serving as head coach.

He conceded that it does feel different, but he isn't allowing the scope of his task to get the better of him. Kauffmann knows that the only way to replace a legend like Dennis Emery is by focusing on the present.

"My only concern right now is Northern Kentucky and after the match is over I'll take the next match," Kauffmann said. "I think I would feel a little bit more pressure if I looked at it as the whole season, but I can only take it one day at a time."

UK, ranked No. 9 in the preseason, will welcome Northern Kentucky at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday and Morehead State at 5 p.m. The doubleheader is the start of an indoor season that will call on the Wildcats to play five matches in less than a week, the team's first action in more than two months since the fall season ended. With matches against top-25 opponents looming, Kauffmann will be looking for focus above all else as it begins the season at the Boone Tennis Center.

"I know they always come out for big matches, if we're playing a top-five team, a top-10 team. What we've done well in the past is keep that intensity whether we're playing a top-five, top-10, top-50, top-80 team," Kauffmann said. "What I'm looking for in the guys that play this weekend is their intensity and the level of play they're going to be at no matter what's across the net."

If practice is any indication, that shouldn't be a problem.

"We're working hard. We just had three great days of practice on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday," Kauffmann said. "We did some boring stuff, we call it 'meat and potatoes,' and they just responded really well and they're helping each other go through the tough practices."

Even so, it's impossible to guarantee anything having lost Eric Quigley and Alex Musialek off last year's Southeastern Conference championship team. The two departed players are among the most decorated in school history and served as the emotional center of the team.

Now, the only senior on the roster is Anthony Rossi, ranked 94th nationally in singles. Like his coach, he is stepping into a new role. He'll be called on to lead more than in the past, something that shouldn't be too much to ask considering his relationship with the coach who recruited him and with whom he shares a French background.

"We talk a lot and we get along pretty well," Rossi said. "We share the same values and we have pretty much the same vision on the court and off the court."

In fact, Kauffmann is so sure of how much the senior captain cares about the success of his team that he is cautioning Rossi against shouldering too much of a burden.

"I think sometimes he maybe puts too much pressure on himself to carry the load of the team and take care of everybody," Kauffmann said. "I told him, 'Listen, you've got one doubles, one singles. That's one-and-a-half points, take care of those.' "

The good news for Rossi is that he knows he doesn't have to do it alone.

"I'm not the only leader on the team. I think we have some great leaders and I'm not the only one," Rossi said, citing juniors Tom Jomby, Alejandro Gomez, Panav Jha and Maks Gold.

Rossi was limited at times during the fall due to injury, but is now healthy. Kauffmann knows it will take some time to get in the swing of things, but he couldn't be more confident about how good Rossi will be when he does.

"I know he's going to put pressure on himself through the beginning of the season, but once he gets his groove I think he'll be just fine," Kauffmann said. "He's one of the best players in the country. I know it. He knows it. He just has to feel it on the court and it's coming."

Even when Rossi does reach that point and is winning his one-and-a-half points a match regularly, the rest of the team will be responsible for the other two-and-a-half needed to win. This weekend's doubleheader will be a chance for some trial and error when it comes to the UK lineup, but no matter how it shakes out, the newcomers are going to be called on.

Five of the 12 players on the roster are in their first college season: freshmen Kevin Lai, Juan Pablo Murra, Beck Pennington and Michael Binder and sophomore Brett Johnson. It remains to be seen just how much of a role they play, but they will need to produce for the Cats to fulfill their expectations.

During the fall, the newest Cats flashed plenty of potential. More importantly, they demonstrated humility and the ability to listen.

"Whatever the upperclassmen told them to do, they did. Whatever the coaching staff told them to do, they did," Kauffmann said. "I'm as proud with this freshman class as any since I've been here. They do whatever they can to get better, so I'm expecting some big things."

Demanding big things might be more like it.

"I tell my freshmen the fall for them was their freshman year," Kauffmann said. "Now they should be acting like sophomores. I don't want to talk about freshman mistakes again."

Kauffmann is asking his newcomers to go from willing listeners to active participants. Rossi and his fellow upperclassmen might have been part of it for longer, but Kauffmann is telling the youngest Cats that they must take ownership of their program too. Within a couple years, it will be those players responsible for leading and sustaining the momentum of a very successful past for the men's tennis program, with Kauffmann's guidance of course.

"We've created, Coach Emery and I, in the last couple years a good culture," Kauffmann said. "We still have that. The only way that goes away is if I don't do a good job recruiting or if I don't do a good job with my practices and my guys."

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Kentucky Sports Report (week of Nov. 11)

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- Linebacker Avery Williamson, who entered the game leading the league in total tackles, had a career-high 20 tackles. He is the first UK player with 20 or more tackles since Chad Anderson made 21 tackles against Georgia in 2003.
- Kentucky has an open date Nov. 10 before returning to action Sat. Nov. 17 at home vs. Samford. Kentucky entered the weekend having played the toughest schedule in the nation, according to Anderson and Hester computer ratings used in the official BCS rankings.

Men's basketball
- Kentucky was paced by a team-high 22 points from freshman Archie Goodwin in the win over, NAIA's No. 1 ranked team, Northwood.
- Fellow freshman Nerlens Noel added a double-double effort with 17 points and 11 rebounds.
- The meeting with Transylvania will mark the final preseason competition for the Cats, before UK travels to Brooklyn, N.Y., to open the Barclays Center with a season-opening contest against Maryland on Friday.

- The 17 victories guarantees UK a winning season for an unprecedented eighth-consecutive season under UK coach Craig Skinner.
- The Wildcats were paced by senior Ashley Frazier as she averaged 4.29 kills per set on an impressive .362 hitting percentage. Frazier had a career-high 20 kills against the Rebels to couple with a career-high eight digs in the win.
- Senior setter Christine Hartmann directed the offense to the tune of 15.80 kills per set on a .372 hitting percentage.
- Senior libero Stephanie Klefot continues to be an anchor for the Wildcats from the back line. She was perfect on her serve-receive attempts and averaged a squad-best 4.14 digs per set. With 29 scoops on the weekend, she became just the fourth player in SEC history to tally 1,800 or more digs in a career.

Women's soccer
- Kentucky bowed out of the SEC Tournament to Missouri in the quarterfinals 2-1 in Orange Beach, Ala., on Wednesday.
- Caitlin Landis scored UK's lone goal on Wednesday. Landis has scored three goals in the last two games.

Men's soccer
- The Wildcats have been led offensively by Tyler Riggs and Matt Lodge, who have accounted for 14 goals (Riggs-7, Lodge-7) combined through 18 games .The duo has also connected for six assists (Riggs-4, Lodge-2) during the regular season.
- UK will travel to Hoover, Ala. for the C-USA tournament game at 6:00 p.m. ET vs. Memphis.

- The University of Kentucky rifle team defeated No. 15 North Carolina State and The Citadel on Saturday, shooting a 4686 in the triangular match in Charleston, S.C.
- Junior Emily Holsopple shot a personal-best 590 in smallbore.
- Sophomore Jonathan Pinkel and freshman Luke South recorded personal bests in air rifle, Pinkel shooting a 591 and South a 590.

Women's golf
- The UK women's golf team finished in sixth place at the Alamo Invitational with a score of 11-over-par, 875.
- The squad set a program record with a final round of 6-under-par, 282. The Cats broke the previous school record of 284 for a round, which was set during the 2009-10 season.
- Kentucky had two top-25 finishers as Ashleigh Albrecht placed tied for 22nd at 2-over, while Cylia Damerau was tied for 25th at 3-over.

Cross country
- Cally Macumber was named Southeastern Conference Cross Country Runner of the Year on Friday.
- The Rochester Hills, Mich., native won the SEC Championship Race on Oct. 26 and owns the SEC-best times at both 5,000 meters and 6K. She was also named a First Team All-SEC runner.
- Macumber was the first Wildcat to win the women's SEC Title since Valarie McGovern won the conference meet in 1989.
- The Kentucky cross country teams return to action on Nov. 9 for the NCAA Southeast Regional in Charlotte, N.C.

Swimming and diving
- Kentucky divers junior Greg Ferrucci and freshman Rebecca Hamperian each picked up wins in the 1-meter and 3-meter events Friday against Auburn.
- For the third consecutive Friday, sophomore Lucas Gerotto won the 100-butterfly (49.25) and has bested his time each meet. His sister, sophomore Julia Gerotto, earned her first win of the season with a victory in the 200-butterfly (2:02.44) while also picking up a second place finish in the 1000-freestyle (10:15.39).

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Nov. 5

Women's basketball hosts Bellarmine - 6:00 p.m.
Men's basketball hosts Transylvania - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 8
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships (Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)

Friday, Nov. 9

Volleyball at Alabama - 8:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at Louisville Invite (Louisville, Ky.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships (Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)
Men's tennis at Bulldog Scramble (Athens, Ga.)
Men's basketball vs. Maryland (Brooklyn, N.Y.) - 8:30
Cross country NCAA Southeast Regional (Charlotte, N.C.)

Saturday, Nov. 10
Men's tennis at Louisville Invite (Louisville, Ky.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships (Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)
Men's tennis at Bulldog Scramble (Athens, Ga.)
Rifle hosts Navy
Women's basketball hosts Delaware State - 1:00 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 11

Volleyball at Arkansas - 2:30 p.m.
Men's tennis at Louisville Invite (Louisville, Ky.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships
(Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)
Men's tennis at Bulldog Scramble (Athens, Ga.)

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Oct. 22)

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- UK's rushing attack was solid against a tough UGA defense, posting a season-best 206 rushing yards on 43 carries. Jonathan George led the way with a career-high 87 yards on 12 carries, while Morgan Newton and Raymond Sanders had rushing touchdowns. Newton also threw a touchdown pass to Aaron Boyd, while starting quarterback Jalen Whitlow threw for 86 yards, rushed for 31 yards and caught a 33-yard pass.
- Kentucky entered the game having played the toughest schedule in the nation, according to three of the computer rating used in the official BCS rankings. Georgia was Kentucky's fifth top-25 opponent this season. The Wildcats are using a young squad against the best teams in the nation, ranking top-five nationally in true freshmen played, and frosh (true freshmen and redshirt freshmen) played this season.


- Junior Whitney Billings led the way for the Wildcats with an average of 4.17 kills, 3.67 digs and 1.33 blocks per set for the week. She logged her 23rd career double-double with 16 kills and 14 digs against the Tigers.
- Senior Ashley Frazier was named a Senior CLASS award finalist during the week. She is the first player in school history to advance to the final 10 seniors for the prestigious award.

Women's soccer

- Sophomore Arin Gilliland has scored a point in five of the last six games for UK, including scoring a goal in each of the last three games, with two game-winners.
- Goalkeeper Kayla King recorded her third-straight shutout Friday night in a 1-0 win before allowing her only goal of the weekend to Auburn, snapping her 322-minute scoreless streak in net. King now stands at 11-2-0 in the net.
- The win Sunday over AU was UK's fourth-straight SEC win. It is the first time since 2006 that UK has won four-straight SEC games.

Men's soccer

- Kentucky (8-6-1, Conference USA 3-1-1) posted a 6-1 goal margin in its two games, as the Wildcats got the first career goal from veteran Dylan Asher against Marshall, as well as Asher's hat-trick, and Kentucky's eighth all-time, vs. FIU. Senior midfielder Charley Pettys netted a goal vs. FIU off of a handball in the box allowed him to take the penalty kick.

- Kentucky set numerous program records in Sunday's win over Army, including total aggregate score (4716), total smallbore score (2348), individual aggregate score and individual smallbore score.
- Senior Henri Junghanel recorded a historic Sunday as an individual, posting a program-best 1186 total score and another program-record 592 in smallbore.

Women's tennis
- Freshmen Nadia Ravita and Kirsten Lewis had impressive outings in West Lafayette, Ind. The duo went 2-1 in doubles competition. Lewis advanced to the round of 32 while Ravita won two matches to make it to the quarterfinals of singles play.

Men's tennis
- The men's tennis team was in Memphis, Tenn., this weekend competing in the ITA Ohio Valley Regional Indoor Championships.
- Jomby and freshman Kevin Lai have earned a spot in the doubles championship match on Monday at 10:00 a.m. ET. Lai and Jomby are the No. 2 seed in the draw, and will face No. 1 overall seeded John Collins and Mikelis Lieibtis of Tennessee.

Men's golf

- The UK men's golf team finished tied for second at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate, shooting 11-under-par.
- Sophomore Will Bishop was the individual champion, carding a 2-under-par, 70 for the tournament.

Cross country
- Cally Macumber was named SEC Cross Country Athlete of the Week for the second time in a row on Tuesday.
- The Rochester Hills, Mich., native's 6K time of 20:09.0 at Pre-Nationals currently ranks as the best time in the conference this season at that distance.
- Macumber and Oswald led Kentucky to 12th-place overall in Louisville.

Swimming and diving
- Kentucky's lone victory of the swimming meet came from sophomore Lucas Gerotto who took home first in the 100-butterfly (49.70).
- The diving team had a strong opening meet with multiple victories. Junior Greg Ferrucci won the three-meter event with a score of 423.5 while senior John Fox placed fourth 332.50. Ferrucci also claimed second in the one-meter dive (361.95). For the women, in the one meter diving event Rebecca Hamperian took first for the Cats with a score of 298.35, while Sarah Chewning followed her in second scoring 282.20. Christa Cabot took first place with a final score of 308.05 in three meter diving.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Oct. 22
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA Regional Indoor (Memphis, Tenn.)

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Men's basketball Blue-White game - 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 25
Women's soccer hosts Vanderbilt - 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 26
Cross country at SEC Championships - 7:00 p.m. (Nashville, Tenn.)
Volleyball at Tennessee - 7:00 p.m.
Women's tennis at Knoxville Hidden (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Swimming and diving at Missouri (Arkansas, Missouri, SIU) - 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 27
Women's tennis at Knoxville Hidden (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Men's soccer at Tulsa - 8:00 p.m.
Football at Missouri - 12:00 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 28
Volleyball at Georgia - 1:30 p.m.
Rifle hosts Tennessee-Martin
Women's tennis at Knoxville Hidden (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Women's golf at Alamo Invitational (San Antonio, Texas)

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Oct. 8)

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- The game with Mississippi State marked UK's third-consecutive game against an undefeated, top-20 opponent. Previous times in school history UK has played three straight ranked opponents include 1958, 1968, 1970, 1976, 1988, 2007, 2009 and 2011.
- The UK defense limited Mississippi State to seven points in the second half. That ties the lowest scoring output by an opponent vs. UK this season. Kent State also had just seven points in the second half.
- Freshmen quarterbacks Jalen Whitlow and Patrick Towles led the UK offense. Whitlow scored UK's second touchdown of the game on a three-yard rush, while Towles marched UK down the field for its first score when he connected with La'Rod King for a 32-yard touchdown. Demarco Robinson led UK in receiving with six catches for 43 yards.

- Sophomore Lauren O'Conner tallied 11 kills on a career-high .556 percentage to lead the way in a win over Ole Miss. Freshman Kayla Tronick made her first career start and totaled 10 kills for a staggering .833 clip as she led a middle blocking unit that was flawless on the night.
- Against the Gators, the Wildcats earned a 2-0 lead into the locker room, before succumbing to a gut-wrenching comeback by the Gators. UK limited the high octane offensive attack of Florida to just .197 for the match. O'Conner again led the way for UK with a career-high 18 kills on a sizzling .421 percentage.
- Senior Stephanie Klefot had a match-high 22 digs to lead the back line defense. With 37 digs on the weekendshe has totaled 1,708 for her career and moves into seventh place all-time in the SEC career record books.

Women's soccer

- Arin Gilliland scored her fourth goal of the season against Missouri, which now sits in second on the team for most goals scored. The assist on the Wildcat's lone weekend goal went to senior captain Alyssa Telang, who tallied her second point on the season.
- The overtime game Friday night was UK's fourth straight, which now stands as a new program record.
- The loss Friday was UK's first to a top-25 team all season long, as the Wildcats were 2-0-1 previously against ranked teams.

Men's soccer

- Kentucky played its fifth and sixth ranked opponents of the year during the week, as the high-powered Hoosiers came to Lexington on Wednesday and secured a 4-1 win at the UK Soccer Complex. The loss to the tradition-laden Hoosiers snapped a five-match unbeaten streak for the Wildcats, the longest streak for UK since the 2009 season.
- UK then ventured to Dallas to face league-leader SMU on a bitterly cold night at Westcott Field, with the Mustangs riding a penalty kick in the 65th minute and a late open-goal tally to a 2-0 win to stretch their unbeaten streak to nine games and improve to 4-0 in conference play.

Women's tennis
- Sophomore Stephanie Fox led Kentucky at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic, winning the Green Draw after defeating Linn Timmermann of Georgia State 6-2, 6-2 in the championship match.
- Nadia Ravita and Edmee Morin-Kougoucheff both finished second in their respective draws with Revita falling in three sets. Morin-Kougoucheff fell in the championship of the Pink Draw to Nayara Moraes of Middle Tennessee.
- The tandem of Kirsten Lewis and Ravita fell short of winning the Teal Draw. The duo lost in the championship match 8-5 following an 8-2 win in the first round and an 8-6 semifinal win over Northwestern.

Men's tennis

- Tom Jomby defeated No. 14 Ben McLachlan of California 7-6, 6-3 to earn the upset. In the second round, the Nates, France, native earned a straight-set 6-2, 7-6 victory over Nathan Pascha of Ole Miss. His run came to an end Saturday to No. 7 Raymond Sarmiento of USC (California) in three sets.
- Anthony Rossi came in as the No. 10 overall seed, but fell in the opening round in a three-set match.

Cross country
- Luis Orta and Cally Macumber were named SEC cross Country Athletes of the Week after stellar performances at the Greater Louisville Classic.
- Macumber finished second individually with a 5,000 meter time of 16:55.14, a mark, which currently stands as the best 5K time in the SEC so far this season. She now finished inside the top two in all three meets the Wildcats have competed in this campaign.
- The senior came in ahead of Washington's Katie Flood, the defending Pac-12 cross country champion and a top-10 finisher at the 2011 NCAA Championships.
- Orta earned the award for his 12th-place time of 24:06.96 over 8K.
- He earned the same award three times last season. It was the third-consecutive top-20 performance for Orta this year and his ninth-consecutive top-25 finish.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Oct. 8
Men's golf at Jack Nicklaus Invitational (Dublin, Ohio)

Tuesday, Oct. 9
Men's golf at Jack Nicklaus Invitational (Dublin, Ohio)

Friday, Oct. 12
Women's soccer at Tennessee - 7:00 p.m.
Volleyball hosts Mississippi State - 5:00 p.m.
Women's golf at Tar Heel Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

Saturday, Oct. 13
Football at Arkansas - 7:00 p.m.
Men's soccer at UAB - 8:00 p.m.
Women's golf at Tar Heel Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Cross Country at Pre-Nationals (Louisville, Ky.)
Rifle at Nebraska

Sunday, Oct. 14
Women's soccer at Georgia - 2:00 p.m.
Volleyball hosts Texas A&M - 1:30 p.m.
Men's golf at Querencia Cabo Collegiate (San Jose del Cabo, Mexico)
Women's golf at Tar Heel Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

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