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UNC women’s soccer falls to Maryland for first time in history


Haunted by lackluster finishes and missed opportunities Sunday at Fetzer Field, the Tar Heels lost an 80-minute lead and fell to Maryland 2-1 for the first time in program history. UNC struggled to finish shots, and coach Anson Dorrance, who has now lost just 38 games in his 32-year tenure at North Carolina, was quick to acknowledge the huge number of chances his team had to seal the game. (Daily Tar Heel)


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