"It's incredibly punishing sometimes."

The UNC women's soccer team lost the NCAA Championship Game 1-0 to Florida State, failing to secure the program’s 23rd national title. Coach Anson Dorrance, in his 40th season in charge of the Tar Heels’ women’s team, knows how cruel his sport can be. “I’m proud of my kids,” Dorrance said. “I thought they played well. Soccer is a bizarre game — (it’s) very punishing.” (Argyle Report)

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