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Former Tar Heels soccer coach finds relevance he sought


Being the men's soccer coach at UNC probably means you're never going to get the attention you might deserve. Not as long as women's coach Anson Dorrance and his team are around. So, although Elmar Bolowich had taken the UNC men's team to 15 NCAA tournaments, five College Cups and a national title in 22 seasons, he left for Creighton in February. Bolowich's second-seed Bluejays (21-2) will face Charlotte in a College Cup semifinal Friday. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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