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UNC women's soccer legend Heather O'Reilly has a new role on Anson Dorrance's bench


, tied for the eleventh most goals in USWNT history, split her time this season between Chapel Hill and Raleigh, where until recently she was finishing the last year of her playing career with the NC Courage. She rejoined the program in the wake of longtime assistant coach Bill Palladino's retirement, and her career has now come full circle. (Daily Tar Heel)

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