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Pressure system earns UNC women's soccer title again


The pressure of the moment didn't get to Stanford in Sunday's national championship match. The pressure applied by North Carolina did for just long enough to prolong the most prolific dynasty in women's college athletics. And a cold, damp and dreary afternoon in Texas offered glimpses of both a sport that is evolving at an accelerated pace, and the seeming permanence of a program whose success is the standard against which that change is measured. (ESPN.com)


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