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No. 3 Tar Heels tame No. 5 Terps, 9-7, stay unbeaten

If this was the game that proved North Carolina's program had arrived, then the No. 3 Tar Heels have made a major statement. On a day when their top attackman, Billy Bitter, didn't play because of a leg injury and their top midfielder, Sean DeLaney left the game in the third quarter holding his ribs, North Carolina still had too much in a 9-7 win against No. 5 Maryland before a near-capacity crowd of 4,542 at Fetzer Field. (Baltimore Sun)


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