New Mexico joins NCAA powers in College Cup

December 8, 2005
CARY, N.C. -- Maryland and Clemson are giving the NCAA men's College Cup an Atlantic Coast Conference feel.

The top-seeded Terrapins (17-4-2) are in the semifinals for the fourth straight year and face SMU (14-5-3) on Friday. Clemson (15-5-3) takes on New Mexico (17-1-3) in another semifinal in suburban Raleigh, site of last month's ACC tournament.

Maryland, Clemson and SMU are among the sport's traditional powers, while New Mexico is making its first College Cup appearance.
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