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College Cup participants have storied programs


There is plenty of star power in the men's College Cup, and Coach Jay Vidovich of Wake Forest continues to remind his players of that. The Deacons have worn a bull's-eye all season as defending NCAA champions in men's soccer but have survived to reach the national semifinals for the third straight season. No. 1-seeded Wake Forest (21-1-1) will play No. 13 North Carolina (14-7-1) at 5:30 today in the first of two semifinals at Pizza Hut Park. (Winston-Salem Journal)


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