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2. MEN'S ACTION: Storms play havoc in North Carolina
August 31st, 2006 1:56AM

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Severe thunderstorms forced the postponement of Wednesday night's match between Southern Conference favorite UNC Greensboro, No. 7 in the Soccer America Men's Top 25, and Campbell, picked to win the Atlantic Sun.

Lightning forced the players to remain in their locker rooms just before warmups were slated to begin in Greensboro. Thirty minutes past the scheduled start time, a decision to postpone the match was made. The teams will try to settle on a reschedule date on Thursday morning.

The Gardner-Webb-UNC Asheville match in Boiling Springs was also postponed due to rain and lightning. It will be made up on Oct. 23.


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