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Former UNC basketball champ speaks at CCCC Black History Month

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Former UNC basketball champ speaks at CCCC Black History Month

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Tresa Brown-Tomlinson, legendary UNC-Chapel Hill women’s basketball powerhouse

Former UNC basketball champ speaks at CCCC Black History Month

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Tresa Brown-Tomlinson, Assistant Superintendent for Programs at Harnett Correctional Institution and former University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill women’s basketball powerhouse (1980-84), was the featured Black History Month speaker Feb. 23 at Central Carolina Community College’s Harnett County Campus. She used her basketball experiences to encourage the audience members to believe in themselves, have good attitudes and give back to their communities. Among the many honors she has received are having UNC retire her jersey in 1995 and being named an Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament Legend in 2008.

Former UNC basketball champ speaks at CCCC Black History Month

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Tresa Brown-Tomlinson, Assistant Superintendent for Programs at Harnett Correctional Institution and former University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill women’s basketball powerhouse (1980-84), was the featured Black History Month speaker Feb. 23 at Central Carolina Community College’s Harnett County Campus. She used her basketball experiences to encourage the audience members to believe in themselves, have good attitudes and give back to their communities. Among the many honors she has received are having UNC retire her jersey in 1995 and being named an Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament Legend in 2008.

Former UNC basketball champ speaks at CCCC Black History Month

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In 2008, the Atlantic Coast Conference named Tresa Brown-Tomlinson a Women’s Basketball Tournament Legend. That was one of many honors she has received over the years for her powerhouse playing at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill from 1980 to 1984. Brown-Tomlinson, now Assistant Superintendent for Programs at Harnett Correctional Institution, was the featured Black History Month speaker Feb. 23 at Central Carolina Community College’s Harnett County Campus. She used her basketball experiences to encourage audience members to believe in themselves, have good attitudes and give back to their communities. 

Former UNC basketball champ speaks at CCCC Black History Month

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Tresa Brown-Tomlinson (center), Assistant Superintendent for Programs at Harnett Correctional Institution and former University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill women’s basketball powerhouse (1980-84), was the featured Black History Month speaker Feb. 23 at Central Carolina Community College’s Harnett County Campus. Speaking with Brown-Tomlinson afterward were cosmetology students Kelvin Williams (left), of Dunn, and Letty Lomogilio, of Spring Lake. Brown-Tomlinson used her basketball experiences to encourage the audience members to believe in themselves, have good attitudes and give back to their communities. Among the many honors she has received are having UNC retire her jersey (center) in 1995 and being named an Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament Legend in 2008.

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