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Lady Cougars progress to Sweet Sixteen

The Columbus State women’s soccer team looked like they were going to cruise to the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Division II tournament on Sunday afternoon at Walden Field, scoring two goals in the game’s first eleven minutes.

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