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May 20, 2021

UNC Women’s Soccer Athlete, Julia Dorsey, Talks About What It’s Like to Compete for a Legendary Coach Anson Dorrance

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The 5-foot 7-inch defender from Baltimore, Maryland, had a great first season with the University of North Carolina Women’s Soccer team. Playing 27 games and starting 18, she was a dominant competitor as only a rising sophomore. Dorsey attended UNC with a lacrosse scholarship but impressed the soccer coaches at one of their ID Camps. Dorsey is now not only part of a collegiate soccer team that has won 21 of the 38 NCAA women’s soccer national championships, but she is also part of a top Division 1 women’s lacrosse program as well. 


  • Started all 12 games during fall 2020. 
  • Anchored a backline for the Tar Heels that ranked among the best in the country. 
  • Competed in 1073 minutes during the season, with 11 complete games  recorded an assist at Boston College. 
  • Attempted a total of three shots during the season, including a shot on goal against Virginia Tech.

Source: goheels.com