American Robert Levine works out at Duke earlier this fall. Levine, a freshman, was the top seed in this weekend’s Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club. He won the event Sunday.
American Robert Levine works out at Duke earlier this fall. Levine, a freshman, was the top seed in this weekend’s Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club. He won the event Sunday. Photo provided Duke Athletics
American Robert Levine works out at Duke earlier this fall. Levine, a freshman, was the top seed in this weekend’s Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club. He won the event Sunday. Photo provided Duke Athletics

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