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UNC women no longer alone at top


Since they started winning national championships in 1981 with a numbing regularity, North Carolina's women's soccer program has been the sport's gold standard. The Tar Heels have been major suppliers to the U.S. national team -- with players such as Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Carla Overbeck and Cindy Parlow. Now, as North Carolina prepares for top-ranked Florida State, it seems the Tar Heels have become a victim of their own success. (Charlotte Observer)


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