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Crystal Dunn succeeds as USA's plug-and-play soccer asset


Put former UNC soccer star Crystal Dunn in any position and she will get the job done. The first-time FIFA Women’s World Cup winner cemented her place on the U.S. women’s national team as an outside back under head coach Jill Ellis in 2018, and Dunn rewarded Ellis’ faith with a tireless work rate over the summer in France by playing 540 of 630 minutes. (Charlotte Post)

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