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A 60-Something College Tennis Champ

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A 60-Something College Tennis Champ

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A 60-Something College Tennis Champ

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The women's tennis team at Grand Canyon University in Arizona has an unusual player this year — a 60-year-old named Sheila Johnson. She played for three years at Arizona State in the '60s, but still had one year of eligibility left.

Rene Gutel of KJZZ in Phoenix reports.

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