Tar Heels show heart in national championship victory
Sun Dec 2, 2012
Anson Dorrance previously held a near monopoly on college soccer, winning 16 championships in 19 years up to 2000, but it took 12 years to win five more. “It’s harder, the opponents are better,” Dorrance said. “The coaches are continuing to evolve and become more sophisticated.” Though the team was not a national contender, Dorrance never doubted this team’s character.
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