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Tar Heels confident heading into quarterfinal vs. St. Mary’s


Just after longtime North Carolina men’s soccer coach Elmar Bolowich announced in February he would be leaving the program to take over at Creighton, Kirk Urso went into the coach’s office to speak with him one-on-one. After they wished each other good luck, Bolowich told Urso he could be the first player in UNC history to make it to the College Cup four times. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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