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Few words, many deeds, all for love


Willie Scroggs planted the seed for his first retirement twenty years before he left at the top of his profession as North Carolina’s lacrosse coach. His decision to retire from coaching in 1990 seemed sudden to many. His second – and final – retirement from UNC is a slower walk past the people and places he helped build up. (UNC.edu)

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