Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak, right, pictured in 2001, played for the Carolina Courage as a defensive midfielder. Roberts Sahaydak, now a coach at the University of South Florida, remembers being devastated when the women’s soccer team was shut down in 2003 and is excited to learn professional women’s soccer is returning to North Carolina.
Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak, right, pictured in 2001, played for the Carolina Courage as a defensive midfielder. Roberts Sahaydak, now a coach at the University of South Florida, remembers being devastated when the women’s soccer team was shut down in 2003 and is excited to learn professional women’s soccer is returning to North Carolina. FILE PHOTO CHUCK LIDDY cliddy@newsobserver.com
Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak, right, pictured in 2001, played for the Carolina Courage as a defensive midfielder. Roberts Sahaydak, now a coach at the University of South Florida, remembers being devastated when the women’s soccer team was shut down in 2003 and is excited to learn professional women’s soccer is returning to North Carolina. FILE PHOTO CHUCK LIDDY cliddy@newsobserver.com

NC Courage, Triangle’s newest soccer team, revives fond memories

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