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UNC Shuts Down Charlotte To Advance To NCAA Round of 16


The North Carolina women's soccer team, the top seed in its part of the bracket in the 2008 NCAA College Cup, benefitted from a pair of goals by freshman forward Courtney Jones and used a stellar defensive effort as the Tar Heels defeated Atlantic-10 Conference champion Charlotte 4-0 in the NCAA Round of 32 Sunday afternoon. The Tar Heels, now 21-1-2 on the season, will meet Illinois next Saturday in the Round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament. (Tar Heel Blue)


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