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Averbuch Sets NCAA Record For Fastest Goal In College History As Tar Heels Beat Yale 4-0


Yael Averbuch's goal came off the opening kickoff as she shot the ball off the ground from the midfield stripe and sent it into the top center of the goal from 55 yards away over Yale goalkeeper Susan Starr. The goal was the fastest ever in NCAA women's soccer, regardless of division, and it tied the fastest goal ever scored by a man, a goal scored by an NCAA?Division III player seven years ago. (Tar Heel Blue)

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