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Tracey Bates Leone Returns To UNC As Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach


Three-time UNC women's soccer national champion Leone, a pioneer in the sport's growth in the United States, has returned to Chapel Hill as an assistant coach. She brings with her over three decades of coaching and playing experience. In 2002, she was selected to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team as one of the best players in league history. (GoHeels.com)

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Tracey Bates Leone Returns To UNC As Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach


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