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Moment of magic wins it for UNC


Once the ball hit the back of the net in the 65th minute, Ben Speas was mobbed. Twenty-five minutes later, his goal stood as the game-winner, as UNC captured its second national title in men's soccer with a 1-0 win over Charlotte. "Someone is going to score the goals. It doesn't matter who it is," said Speas, who earned Most Outstanding Offensive Player in the College Cup. "We're a team and we won. That's all that matters." (ESPN.com)


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