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Terps top Heels 1-0 for NCAA soccer title


Graham Zusi has been a member of Maryland's two NCAA men's soccer championship teams in the past four years. The latest one was the sweetest. Zusi's second-half goal gave second-seeded Maryland a 1-0 victory over 13th-seeded North Carolina in the NCAA College Cup championship game Sunday. Maryland beat UNC for the third time in as many meetings this season in the first all-ACC final in the 50-year history of the NCAA men's soccer tournament. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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