Arts Angle: Back To The Future


, who turned 70 last April, has coached the UNC women’s soccer team to 21 NCAA championships, more than half that have been played since 1982. But the last time his Tar Heels won it all was in 2012, almost 10 years ago. What does that say about Dorrance, perhaps the most successful and iconic coach in the history of all sports? (Chapelboro.com)

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Arts Angle: Back To The Future


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