2 Right to Dream graduates make ACC Championship Final Right to Dream's graduates in the United States have had a fantastic season this year. In MLS, Chicago Fire's David Accam has produced a series of match-winning performances whilst Minnesota's Abu Danladi came second in the league's Rookie of the Year poll. In College soccer, Right to Dream has been heavily represented across various top divisions and this weekend, Wake Forest's Ema Twumasi and Virginia's Edward Opoku will meet in the ACC final as both teams battle to be crowned tournament champions. Sophomore Twumasi has chipped in 14 goals in 19 games for his side helping them to clinch the league title and head into the championship as the Number 1 seeds. His excellent displays have earned him a place in the All-ACC team of the year and cemented his place as a firm fan favourite. Meanwhile, over in Virginia the highly prolific forward Edward Opoku has scored 18 goals in 18 games in his third season for the Cavaliers. After both enjoying fantastic seasons, on Sunday 12th November the pair will be reunited to compete for the lauded ACC Championship Trophy with the final held in Charleston. The game kicks off at 12PM local time and will be broadcast on ESPNU.