Over in the Good Fall Sport

UNC's women's soccer team beat the only team that took a win off them this season, topping Texas A&M 3-2, after being down both 1-0 and 2-1 in the game. It was the 25th straight win for the Heels, who continued their streak of never being beaten by the same collegiate opponent twice in a season. The Heels go to the College Cup next weekend in Cary where they will play three-loss UCLA, while Florida State and undefeated Notre Dame meet on the other side of the bracket.

The men's team dropped their first NCAA tournament game to Old Dominion last week. The Old Domionites proceeded to lose to my current hometown team, the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, for whom I'll be cheering for tonight against  Northwestern. Wake and Virginia have already punched their tickets for the semifinals in St. Louis and Duke plays UCLA for the fourth spot tomorrow.

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