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UNC men's soccer remembers 'heart of the team' in Kirk Urso Memorial Match


On the field where the late played semi-professionally in the summers, the UNC men's soccer team honored one of its own. Urso made four consecutive College Cups and served as a captain for UNC as a senior. Urso left his mark on the program with a national championship in 2011, but Urso's impact was far larger on everyone he met. (Daily Tar Heel)

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