Price, the only senior on the team, led the Tar Heels to a 4-1 win Wednesday over No. 23 Duke (14-8, 9-3 ACC) on her Senior Day. Her decorated tennis resume already included two national indoor team championships and two All-America honors.
With the win, the No. 1 Tar Heels (25-0, 13-0 ACC) finish undefeated at home at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center and clinched their fourth ACC regular-season title in the last six years.
In her career, Price has worn many hats for UNC. She’s the emotional leader and the glue that keeps everything together. She’s proven her worth on the court with 22 wins this season, the most in the country. She’s mostly played No. 3 singles this year, but she’s played other spots in her career and always served as a reliable win. In other words, she does, in fact, do everything for UNC.
“She could be playing No. 1 on almost any other team, and she’s happy where she is no matter what position coach puts her at, and she does her job,” said sophomore Hayley Carter. “She does it with a smile on her face.”