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Goalie may get her day


The long-running sexual harassment case involving the North Carolina women's soccer program reached a new height Wednesday when 10 federal judges convened to assess whether the case should go to trial. If it reverses the ruling, former UNC goalkeeper Melissa Jennings will be free to have a jury trial on her contention that she was sexually harassed by UNC coach Anson Dorrance. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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