UND.com, Monday, December 16, 2013 1:54 AM
's 13th season at Notre Dame proved to be lucky as the Irish won their first men's soccer title. But long ago, the Scotsman had had an impact on the
players he coached at Dartmouth, Stanford and Notre Dame. Several of them dubbed him the "John Wooden
of college soccer." But as Pete LaFleur
reports, Georgetown coach Brian Wiese
, a former Dartmouth player and Stanford and Notre Dame assistant, preferred to call him "a
little bit like Mary Poppins."
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