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UNC men's soccer finally breaks through


The double-header ticket promised games between the Duke and North Carolina women's and men's soccer teams. It didn't promise overtime, but with the Duke and UNC men involved, it was practically a given. In the 103rd minute, Carolina's Ryan Adeleye poked the ball into the net off a rebound, scoring the first offensive goal in the series in four games and giving UNC a much-needed 1-0 victory over Duke. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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