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posted on 5/14/18 at 02:13 PM Reply With Quote
Technical WOMEN's college soccer teams

Just out of curiosity, which college teams in the state on NC play technically good soccer? Of the ones I have seen, UNC-Asheville is the only one I can think of. I have been told NC State is playing good soccer and there is obviously UNC. Although, I would not really call UNC a technical passing oriented team. They have good technical players that play a semi-passing game IMO. Any smaller schools? D2/D3/NAIA?
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posted on 5/14/18 at 02:21 PM Reply With Quote
dook women were a very technically sound team who passed the wall and played "positional soccer" when I saw them this past season a couple of times.
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posted on 5/14/18 at 02:34 PM Reply With Quote
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dook women were a very technically sound team who passed the wall and played "positional soccer" when I saw them this past season a couple of times.

In both games last season where Duke lost to UNC the Duke team did pass the ball around more than UNC.

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posted on 5/14/18 at 03:03 PM Reply With Quote
Have to agree on Dook. They used the entire field to spread you out and give their mids room to work. When you have the composure to play your center backs wide when the GK has the ball, you have the technical aspect down. That's just what I came away with when watching Dook.
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posted on 5/17/18 at 01:32 PM Reply With Quote
I have not seen Duke play in a while. What about smaller schools? Meredith?
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