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One Last Ride for Men's Soccer Seniors

This Saturday, Fetzer Field saw its last regular season game of the 2016 campaign from Carlos Somoano’s team. A cold, windy night was in store for those in attendance, but it was senior night for seven beloved seniors on the team. Families from all over swarmed to Chapel Hill to support those who’d accomplished so much during their tenure at Carolina. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Kealia Ohai's First International Goal

Kealia Ohai scored her first career international goal just 48 seconds after entering the field on her first cap. It was the fastest first career goal in US National Team history. Read More...

Kealia Ohai Scores A Record-Breaking 48 Seconds Into U.S. Soccer Debut

What looked early on like a close contest turned into a dominating victory as the U.S. women's soccer team took down Switzerland 5-1 on Sunday in Minneapolis. Kealia Ohai scored just 48 seconds into her first national team appearance for the fastest first goal in U.S. soccer history. That opened up a 5-1 lead, which would hold as the final score. (TeamUSA.org)

Andrzejewski Scores Twice As UNC Women's Soccer Downs Syracuse

The No. 18 UNC women’s soccer team completed a successful weekend against a pair of ACC opponents from the Northeast as the Tar Heels knocked off Syracuse 3-1 Sunday on Senior Day at SU Soccer Stadium. Coupled with last Thursday’s 3-0 victory at Pittsburgh, the Tar Heels improved to 10-3-3 on the season and 5-2-2 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

No. 3 UNC Men's Soccer Clinches Coastal Division On Senior Night

The third-ranked North Carolina men’s soccer team clinched the ACC’s Coastal Division with a 2-0 victory over 23rd-ranked Virginia Tech on Saturday at Fetzer Field. The Tar Heels are tied with Atlantic Division leader Wake Forest with 16 total points in the race for the top seed in the ACC Championship. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer Blanks Pitt 3-0 To Get Back In Win Column

A pair of goals early in the second half broke open the game as the #18 UNC women’s soccer team defeated Pittsburgh 3-0 in a heavy rainstorm Thursday night at Ambrose Urbanic Field. The match’s start was delayed by one and one-half hours due to lightning and rain but once it started the Tar Heels pressured Pitt throughout the 90 minutes. (GoHeels.com)

No. 3 UNC Men's Soccer Draws 0-0 With Charleston

The No. 3 North Carolina men’s soccer team recorded its ninth shutout of the season, while playing to a 0-0 double-overtime draw at College of Charleston on Tuesday. UNC is now 10-2-2 on the season, and finishes the non-conference portion of its season 6-1-1. UNC jumped on its front foot in the final 10 minutes of regulation, registering seven shots in that time frame. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Anson Dorrance - The Vision Of A Champion

"Somewhere behind the athlete you’ve become and the hours of practices and the coaches who pushed you…is a little girl who fell in love with the game and never looked back…Play for her." - Mia Hamm Read More...

No. 8 UNC Men's Soccer Comes From Behind to Beat Duke

50 minutes of little action suddenly burst into a fury of activity on Friday night in Durham. No. 8 North Carolina came from behind against Duke after allowing a goal in the 64th minute, led by a header from Nils Bruening in the 70th minute and a goal of the season candidate by Zach Wright in the 82nd. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer Falls to Notre Dame

The 20th-ranked Notre Dame women’s soccer team downed the 11th-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels Friday 1-0 at Alumni Stadium, handing UNC its first ever loss against the Fighting Irish in South Bend in six games. Carolina dominated much of the possession in the first half and had outshot the Fighting Irish 8-6 in the opening 45 minutes. (GoHeels.com)

Chansky’s Notebook: Coach For The Ages

Hail to Anson Dorrance, the 800-win man. He’s has been so good for so long, and so self-effacing, that Anson Dorrance lives below the radar. He has not only built North Carolina women’s soccer into a national powerhouse, he is the man most responsible for making the game a phenomenon for the female gender. And he continues to do it. (Chapelboro.com)

No. 8 UNC Men's Soccer Scores 7 Times In Shutout Of UNCA

Freshman Mauricio Pineda scored three goals to lead the eighth-ranked North Carolina men’s soccer team to its most goals in seven years on Tuesday night during a 7-0 victory over UNC Asheville from Fetzer Field. Pineda was the lone multi-goal scorer on the evening as the freshman from Bolingbrook, Illinois, registered his first collegiate hat trick. (GoHeels.com)

Historic Night At Fetzer: Anson Dorrance Wins 800th Match

It was a historic night at Fetzer Field Sunday as goals by Ru Mucherera and Dorian Bailey rallied the #15 North Carolina women’s soccer team past Wake Forest 2-1 and in the process presented UNC head coach Anson Dorrance with his 800th career win as an NCAA Division I women’s soccer coach. The win gives him a career record of 800 victories, 65 losses and 35 draws. (GoHeels.com)

Virginia Men's Soccer Upends Tar Heels

Virginia scored two goals in the second half to earn a come-from-behind, 2-1, victory over No. 4 North Carolina on Friday from Fetzer Field. North Carolina (8-2-1, 3-1-1 ACC) broke through first with a goal in the 37th minute. David October delivered a perfect cross into the box and Walker Hume redirected the ball into the net for his fourth goal of the season. (GoHeels.com)

Anson Dorrance Wins 799th Career Game As Heels Down Miami

The 15th-ranked UNC women’s soccer team won 3-1 at home against Miami Thursday before a crowd of 904 at Fetzer Field. Carolina is 2-0-2 in its last four games after dropping back-to-back games in mid-September. Carolina has now won four in a row in the series and is 12-2 all-time against the Hurricanes, winning the last seven in a row. (GoHeels.com)

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