What They're Saying: Paul Ratcliffe
“When you play North Carolina, they bring so much pressure, you have to weather the storm in the first half. We were able to calm things down in the second and keep better possession. The later
it got, the better our chances were.”
-- Stanford coach Paul Ratcliffe after the Cardinal beat North Carolina, 1-0, on an overtime goal
following a first half dominated by the Tar Heels. The victory ended a 12-game Stanford winless streak against Carolina.
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