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No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Claims Coastal Division Crown

The North Carolina men's soccer team is the ACC Coastal Division champion for the third year in a row. The fourth-ranked Tar Heels scored four times in the second half of a 4-0 dismantling at Virginia Tech on Sunday (Highlights). No. 1 in the latest NCAA RPI, UNC (13-2-1, 5-1-1 ACC) secured all three points in its second to last conference match of the season. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer's Eight-Game Win Streak Ended By Louisville

The fifth-ranked UNC women's soccer team battled to a 0-0 tie with the University of Louisville Sunday morning before 854 fans at WakeMed Soccer Park's Koka Booth Stadium. The tie stopped an eight-game winning streak by the Tar Heels who are now 12-2-1 on the season and 8-0-1 in the ACC. Louisville now stands 9-6-2 overall and 3-4-2 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer Finishes ACC Regular Season Road Docket Unbeaten

Julia Ashley and Alea Hyatt scored their first career goals and Abby Elinsky added her first goal of the season as the UNC women's soccer team won its eighth match in a row, defeating Virginia Tech 4-0 Thursday night at Thompson Field (Highlights). Bridgette Andrzejewski added the fourth goal for the Tar Heels who improved to 12-2 overall and 8-0 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

Four Tar Heels Included On Top Drawer Soccer Midseason Top-100

Top Drawer Soccer released its Midseason Top 100 list on Tuesday. Included in the updated rankings are four UNC men's soccer players. Sophomore midfielder Cam Lindley checks in at No. 2 on the list. Senior forward Alan Winn is 18th on the TDS list. Sophomore midfielder Mauricio Pineda comes in No. 46. Senior Zach Wright is the 75th choice on the list. (GoHeels.com)

No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Beats Old Dominion in 2 OT Thriller

Freshman Lucas del Rosario scored twice to give No. 4 North Carolina a thrilling 2-1 double overtime comeback victory over Old Dominion on Tuesday night at WakeMed Soccer Park (Highlights). Cam Lindley fed Jeremy Kelly down the right flank and the Chapel Hill native fed del Rosario for the game winner from a tough angle in the 102nd minute. (GoHeels.com)

Early Goals Lift No. 5 UNC Women's Soccer To 4-1 Road Win At BC

Bridgette Andrzejewski had a brace and Alessia Russo and Jessie Scarpa also scored goals as the University of North Carolina women's soccer team, ranked No. 5 nationally, defeated Boston College 4-1 Saturday at the Newton Lacrosse and Soccer Complex (Highlights). The win was the seventh in a row for UNC, which improved to 11-2 overall and 7-0 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Draws With No. 5 Louisville

No. 4 North Carolina got a result on the road at fifth-ranked Louisville, settling for a 0-0 double overtime draw on Friday night to add to its ACC Coastal Division leading points total. The scoreless result puts North Carolina (11-2-1, 4-1-1) at 13 points on six matches, three points clear of second place Notre Dame, who sits on 10 points after a 1-0 loss at home to Pitt on Friday. (GoHeels.com)

Touch a Trophy: Celebrating UNC Championships

The Rams Club is proud to present a unique exhibit of every team National Championship trophy won by Carolina...all in one place! Join us on Saturday, October 14, in the Bell Tower Quad before the football game vs. Virginia to celebrate these championships. The "Touch a Trophy" exhibit opens at 12:30 p.m.,and runs until kickoff of the football game at 3:30 p.m. All are welcome. (Rams Club)

Alessia Russo Named Soccer National Player of the Week by Coaches Association

Seven student-athletes have received Player of the Week honors from United Soccer Coaches, the association announced Tuesday. At the NCAA Division I level, University of North Carolina freshman forward Alessia Russo (Kent, England) earned this week's honor after scoring three goals in road wins at Miami and No. 15-ranked Wake Forest. (GoHeels.com)

Alessia Russo Scores Twice To Lead No. 5 UNC Women's Soccer Past Wake Forest

Alessia Russo scored a pair of goals and Samantha Leshnak recorded her fifth solo shutout in six ACC games as the UNC women's soccer team defeated Wake Forest 2-0 Sunday at Dennie W. Spry Soccer Stadium (Highlights). Russo scored her sixth and seventh goals of the season and now has five game-winning goals for Coach Anson Dorrance's fifth-ranked Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 Wake Forest Defeats No. 4 Tar Heels Men's Soccer 2-1

Two of the top programs in men's college soccer squared off Friday as UNC was handed a 2-1 defeat by Wake Forest at WakeMed Soccer Park. The 2-1 decision was the eighth-straight match decided by one point or less in the series between the Tar Heels and the Demon Deacons. UNC and Wake Forest came in as the top two scoring teams in the country. (GoHeels.com)

Three Second-Half Goals Power No. 5 UNC Women's Soccer Past Miami

The fifth-ranked UNC women's soccer team scored three second-half goals to beat the Miami Hurricanes 3-0 Thursday night at Cobb Stadium (Highlights). Freshman Alessia Russo scored her team-leading fourth game-winning goal of the season and Madison Schultz and Bridgette Andrzejewski added insurance goals as Carolina improved to 9-2 and 5-0 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Hosts No. 2 Wake Forest On Friday In Cary

Two of the top programs in men's college soccer square off Friday night when No. 4 North Carolina hosts second-ranked Wake Forest at WakeMed Soccer Park beginning at 7 p.m. Both teams reached the 2016 NCAA College Cup and currently lead their respective ACC divisions with 12 points on identical 4-0 records. Admission is free. (GoHeels.com)

Portland Thorns tenacious defender Meghan Klingenberg has championship trophy in her sights

Meghan Klingenberg greeted the media with a bright smile on a recent Tuesday. Her fun-loving personality shone through in that moment, but those who spend more time around Klingenberg know that she is one of the most intense and tenacious competitors around. That side of her personality is the reason why she is no longer allowed to play board games with her family. (The Oregonian)

Cam Lindley excels in playmaking role for No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer

While a clinical striker is crucial to any team, sometimes not enough attention is given to the midfield playmaker that really makes things tick by creating chances and dictating the tempo. For every Cristiano Ronaldo, there’s a Toni Kroos. For every Harry Kane, there’s a Christian Eriksen. And for No. 4 North Carolina's star forward Alan Winn, there’s Cam Lindley. (Daily Tar Heel)

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