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This Day in the History of the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The women's soccer team won its first NCAA championship game, defeating Central Florida 2-0 in Orlando, Florida. In addition, the championship was the first held by the NCAA for women's soccer.
Gordon Gray, who served as president of the Consolidated University of North Carolina from 1950 to 1955, died in Washington, D.C. Born in Baltimore, he graduated from the University in 1930. Prior to his time as president, Gray served as secretary of the army--becoming the first secretary to have ever served as a private in the army. During his tenure, he reorganized the administrative structure of the university system and assisted in founding the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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