UNC soccer: Looking back at the Tar Heels to have played in a Women’s World Cup Final

The first ever Women’s World Cup was played in 1991. Between the fact that the Tar Heels had won several national championships in the years prior, and that the US coach was Anson Dorrance, that year’s team was full of Heels. Half of the 18 person roster played for Dorrance in Chapel Hill. Six of those Tar Heels got the start in the final against Norway. (Tar Heel Blog)

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