Spanning decades, Tar Heels program is major pipeline for Women's World Cup

UNC has long been a pipeline for talent at the highest level of women's professional soccer. The 2019 Women's World Cup, which begins on Friday, is no different. Five former Tar Heels are featured on the roster, more than any other school. Entering his 43rd year in Chapel Hill, the teams Anson Dorrance has coached have captured 22 national championships. (Fox 35 Orlando)

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