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To The Mountain Top

Remarkably resilient North Carolina returned to the mountaintop for the first time since 2009 Sunday, downing Penn State 4-1 to win its 21st NCAA women’s soccer championship. The No. 13-ranked Tar Heels (15-5-3), the lowest-ranked team in the College Cup’s Final Four, had stumbled through their regular season with five losses. If there was a year North Carolina could be had, this was it. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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