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Numbers tell only half the story of UNC soccer coach's legacy


It stands to reason that a man who was far enough ahead of his time in women's soccer to construct a program for the ages out of intramural origins at North Carolina would have things running like clockwork after nearly three decades on the job. At least, that's how the history books will probably make Anson Dorrance's career appear. (ESPN.com)


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