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Penn Ely Staff Writer


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Wake-up call

The North Carolina men's soccer team dominated 45 minutes of play Saturday against No. 1 Wake Forest. But the final score wouldn't indicate that. The No. 7 Tar Heels fell 4-2 despite carrying a 1-0 lead into halftime. ""(Wake Forest is) playing with a different level of confidence" coach Elmar Bolowich said.

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Keeper's rehabilitation ends in goal

During spring practice after his sophomore season North Carolina goalkeeper Jacob Wescoe collided with a teammate and was sent to the hospital at 7:30 a.m. Wescoe had broken his fibula and torn every ligament in his ankle. The doctors gave him a 23 percent chance to play competitive soccer again.

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Underclassmen pace UNC

The Eddie Smith Field House was buzzing this weekend as 31 schools from across the Southeast gathered to participate in the Texas Roadhouse Carolina Classic. The North Carolina Track and Field team fared successfully amid the competition. The Tar Heels concluded the weekend with 11 first-place finishes in individual events and also scored a first place finish in the women's 4-by-400 relay.

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