NC Sports Annotated Topical Bibliography
Dorrance, Anson. Training Soccer Champions.
A "how to" coaches manual by Anson Dorrance, the highly successful head coach of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill's women's soccer team and former head coach of UNC's men's program. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.
Haynes, David John. The History of Intercollegiate Soccer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1947-1981). Physical Education Thesis: The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1983.
The master's thesis is a historical analysis of UNC's women's soccer team from its founding in 1947 under Marvin Allen to the fantastic success of the early Anson Dorrance years. It chronicles the growth of recruiting efforts and grants-in-aid offers. Also, Haynes discusses the significant interaction between the university's soccer program and the North Carolina community's youth soccer explosion.
Smale, David. Nothin' Finer, Carolina: The History of UNC Women's Soccer.
A thorough history of the stunningly successful women's soccer program at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Virginia Beach, VA: The Donning Co., 1993.
Travis, Sonny A. A Survey of the Professional Status of the Head Boys' Soccer Coaches in the Public Schools of North Carolina. Physical Education Thesis: The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1980.
A master's thesis surveying and analyzing North Carolina's public high schools' boys soccer coaches to determine their professional preparation, playing experience, coaching experience, and salary supplements.
Wesley, John. A Study of a Marketing Campaign for the University of North Carolina's 1993 Women's Soccer Team. Physical Education Thesis: The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1994.
The master's thesis is an analysis of the reasons that people attend women's soccer games. It focuses on spectators' reported allegiance to the university, gender, playing experience, and general enthusiasm for the sport of soccer.
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