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Dorrance’s dynasty goes for 600th victory


The king sits on his throne, surrounded by the spoils of war. The 2005 ACC Tournament Championship trophy rests on a table. A signed picture of Mia Hamm hangs on the wall. Framed newspaper headlines and magazine covers proclaiming the feats of his dynasty line the hallway of his palace, the McCaskill Soccer Center. Yes, when it comes to women’s college soccer, Anson Dorrance is Caesar and North Carolina is certainly his Rome. For the past 27 years he has dedicated his life to the UNC soccer program, amassing an astonishing 599-27-17 record. (Daily Tar Heel)


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