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Crimson lose to Tar Heels in NCAA match

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Harvard women end season on bittersweet note

Hana Peljto Sarah Johnson

Harvard forward Hana Peljto ’04 looks to pass while being guarded by two UNC players during their NCAA Women’s Basketball Tounament game at Chapel Hill, North Carolina Saturday, March 16, 2002. North Carolina won, 85-58. (Staff photo by Jon Chase) Harvard center Sarah Johnson scrambles after a loose ball during the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament game with the University of North Carolina. (Staff photo by Jon Chase)

The No. 4 seeded University of North Carolina women’s basketball team ended Harvard’s playoff run this Saturday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Chapel Hill with a 85-58 victory over the No. 13-seeded Crimson.

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Laura Barnard, Dirkje Dunham, Sarah Johnson and Sharon
Harvard co-captain Laura Barnard ’02 (left), Dirkje Dunham ’04, Sarah Johnson ’03, and Sharon Nunamaker ’02 cheer on their teammates as the Crimson got off to a lead against the University of North Carolina during their NCAA Tournament game in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Saturday, March 16, 2002. (Staff photo by Jon Chase)