UNC Men's Golf wins Atlantic Coast Conference Championship

Andrew DiBitetto and the UNC men's golf team have accomplished something that hasn't been done in quite some time.
The Williams Cup Day 1
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For the first time since 2006, the UNC men's golf team has won the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship title.

After pulling off a 3-2 victory over Wake Forest in the semifinals, North Carolina proceeded to defeat the Florida State Seminoles by a score of 3-1-1 to capture the title.

Austin Greaser, David Ford, and Peter Fountain won their respective matches, while the match between Maxwell Ford and Frederik Kjettrup was unfinished. The lone victory for the Seminoles came in the opening match, as Cole Anderson defeated Dylan Menante.

In case you missed it, check out Peter Fountain's championship clinching putt below:

This is yet another ACC title for the University of North Carolina, as this one comes just a day after the UNC women's tennis team secured their respective title.

You know what they say, the ACC stands for "Another Carolina Championship!"