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Name:Anson Dorrance
Hometown:Fribourg, CH
High School:Villa St. Jean International School
Born:April 9, 1951 (68)
Notes:Head Women's Soccer Coach
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Chansky’s Notebook: Anson’s Successor?
Read Heather O’Reilly’s resume and background as perhaps the No. 1 student-athlete in all of sports, past and present. From the time she was plucked...

UNC Women's Soccer Tabs National Team Great Heather O'Reilly As Assistant Coach
Heather O'Reilly, one of the all-time greats in UNC and U.S. Women's National Team history, has been named volunteer assistant coach for women's soccer at...

A Practically Perfect Weekend for UNC Women's Soccer
It exceeded all expectations. Even Anson Dorrance was like a kid in a candy shop after the Tar Heels opened their 2019 season with a...

After multiple knee injuries, Taylor Otto is ready to lead UNC women's soccer
Taylor Otto has been a game changer at UNC. Last year she was a first-team All-ACC selection, and women's soccer coach Anson Dorrance went as...

Anson Dorrance's Enduring Legacy Defined
On Thursday, UNC's legendary women's soccer program will open its new stadium in Chapel Hill. It will be a cause for celebration and as someone...

Anson Dorrance Pre-Season Q&A
North Carolina women's soccer coach Anson Dorrance discusses the 2018 season, the upgrade in Tar Heel women's soccer facilities, the upcoming 2019 season, and...

A Carolina Blue Hued World Cup
It all comes back to Anson Dorrance, the architect of the UNC women's soccer program since 1979. He has built a program that has influenced...

Anson Dorrance thrilled former player Sarina Wiegman leading Netherlands in final against U.S.
Anson Dorrance led the United States to their first Women's World Cup triumph in 1991, but one of his former players is out to end...

UNC soccer: Looking back at the Tar Heels to have played in a Women’s World Cup Final
The first ever Women’s World Cup was played in 1991. Between the fact that the Tar Heels had won several national championships in the years...

Allie's Long Journey: U.S. midfielder’s success a combination of superior talent and drive
After two years at Penn State, Allie Long transferred to the University of North Carolina, which has produced an endless list of NCAA champions and...


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