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Anson Dorrance shows he can play at Veterans Cup


In the anonymity of the far corner of the Northwest Soccer Park, one of Whatcom County’s most distinguished visitors from the world of athletics celebrated with the joy of a 12-year-old boy. The University of North Carolina’s Anson Dorrance, the most accomplished women’s soccer coach in NCAA history, had just seen his Greensboro United 55- over men’s team score two goals in the final three minutes in a comeback that had him grinning from ear to ear. (Bellingham Herald)


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