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UNCW men's soccer is nationally ranked

According to the university, the Seahawks are ranked 22nd in both the College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer rankings. (Source: WECT) According to the university, the Seahawks are ranked 22nd in both the College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer rankings. (Source: WECT)
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

The UNCW Men's soccer team is nationally ranked!

According to the university, the Seahawks are ranked 22nd in both the College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer rankings.

The Seahawks will host the Tar Heels Tuesday night and will attempt to get a record breaking crowd through social media.

The UNC men's soccer team is ranked 10th in the Top Drawer rankings and 11th in the College Soccer News rankings.

Tuesday's game is slated as #2KTuesday. UNCW hopes to break the attendance record of 1,620 set against Duke in 2010.

So far, the highest attendance mark this season was 897 against Ohio State. The Duke game drew in 882 people.

According to UNCW, the Seahawks average 749 fans per game.

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