Sunday morning: What's in the news ...

1. The dedication of the University of North Carolina's new soccer and lacrosse stadium, to be named Dorrance Field after Anson Dorrance, will be held on Sunday before Carolina’s ACC game against Notre Dame. A UNC graduate, Dorrance has led the Carolina women’s soccer program to 22 national titles. He became the men’s coach in 1977 and added duties as head coach and founder of the women’s program in 1979.

2. The Montreal Impact has named Belgian Olivier Renard as its sporting director. He previously held the same role at Belgium's Mechelen (2014-16) and Standard Liege (2016-19). Renard comes to the Impact from Antwerp, where he was serving as sporting consultant while sitting on the club's executive board. He will report to Impact president Kevin Gilmore and will work closely with Walter Sabatini, the global sporting director of the Montreal Impact and Bologna.

3. Atletico Katy defeated Houston FC, 5-4, in a shootout to win their first-round match in local qualifying for the 2020 U.S. Open Cup. The match had been postponed because of the heavy rains in the Houston area the previous weekend. Despite finishing with 10 players and using a field player in goal, Houston FC rallied for 3-0 down to tie the score at 3-3 on Chance Armey's hat trick.
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