He stood out from his teammates at Maryland. Urso was married, had a mustache and a 100 mph shot that set the career record for goals (127) by a Terps midfielder. A four-time first-team All-American (one of four in NCAA history), he led the school to two national titles: in 1973, when he scored the winning goal in overtime in the championship game, and 1975, when the Hall of Famer scored five times in the finals and earned Player of the Year.
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