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NCAA.com | March 7, 2015

The way back

  Karen Tang was the conference champion on bars last season at the EAGL Championships.

Karen Tang's time at Maryland has gone anything but planned.

As a freshman, she dislocated her knee in practice and required surgery. Recovery weighed on Tang, struggling at times, frustrated other times.

Eventually, she found her way back. She found new skills, spending more time on the uneven bar because it was the first event Tang was allowed to practice during her recovery.

Tang wrote about her journey recently, sharing all its highs and lows, for the Testudo Times. Read her full story below.

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