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Tisha Venturini-Hoch continues to inspire the next generation


-Hoch, 47, never liked to lose and didn’t lose very much over her college and National Team career. She celebrated four NCAA Division I championships in as many years at the University of North Carolina. Venturini-Hoch also won the Hermann Trophy and the Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year award in 1994 as the top player in college soccer. (US Soccer)

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