Allie's Long Journey: U.S. midfielder’s success a combination of superior talent and drive

After two years at Penn State, Allie Long transferred to the University of North Carolina, which has produced an endless list of NCAA champions and become an outlet for many players to take a giant step to the national team under legendary coach Anson Dorrance. Long was a member of the Tar Heels’ 2008 Division I championship before turning pro. (Front Row Soccer)

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