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Dorrance Seeks 800th Overall Coaching Win In College Cup Semifinals Friday


Seeking its first title since the 2003 season, its third championship of this decade and the 18th NCAA title in the 25-year history of the tournament, the No. 1-seeded and co-No. 1 ranked North Carolina women's soccer team continues its quest for the 2006 NCAA championship Friday afternoon when the Tar Heels meet third-ranked UCLA in the semifinal round of the 2006 NCAA Women's College Cup. (Tar Heel Blue)


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