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Heels knocked out on penalty kicks


Technically, Akron is no longer undefeated. But the No. 1 men's soccer team in the country did advance to the title game of the NCAA College Cup, even if it took a shootout. Junior midfielder Blair Gavin delivered the deciding penalty kick to the lower-left corner of the frame, and Akron (23-0-1) got by North Carolina in chilly conditions at WakeMed Soccer Park Friday. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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