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Soccer Notebook: UNC's Haggerty came out on top in 'grudge' match


Goalie Brooks Haggerty hasn't had the best of times in his career at North Carolina. Injuries have plagued him throughout his three years with the Tar Heels. He missed a big chunk of action after suffering a concussion earlier this year, but he returned in the last regular-season game. Last night he stopped the highest-scoring team in the nation at every turn. The Deacons, who had scored 81 goals, had 20 shots but Haggerty made seven big saves. (Winston-Salem Journal)


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