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BC feels it can compete with UNC in women's soccer

Boston College coach Alison Kulik mentions North Carolina’s depth almost matter-of-factly. The Eagles refuse to be intimidated by the Tar Heels’ reputation and layers of talent. Looking to continue its climb up the national rankings and rebound from a loss Sunday to Florida State, No. 6 BC views tonight’s home game against No. 1 North Carolina as an opportunity to show it truly belongs among the best in women’s soccer. (Boston Globe)


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