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No. 7 UNC Men's Soccer Posts 4-1 Win Over George Washington

No. 7 North Carolina won its fifth match in a row after recording a 4-1 victory over George Washington on Tuesday (Highlights). Alan Winn scored two goals for UNC (7-1) and Zach Wright handout out three assists. UNC now turns its attention to Friday's ACC match with No. 9 Virginia that will televised on Fox Sports Carolinas beginning at 7 p.m., from Charlottesville, Va. (GoHeels.com)

UNC's Alan Winn Named National Men’s Soccer Player of the Week

College Soccer News announced Monday that UNC senior forward Alan Winn was named its National Player of the Week, after scoring three goals in the Tar Heels’ wins over William & Mary and Duke. Despite missing UNC’s first three games due to injury, Winn has responded with four goals and an assist over UNC’s last four games–all of which have been victories. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Men's Soccer Back To The Pitch Tuesday Against George Washington

No. 8 North Carolina continues a busy stretch of the season by hosting George Washington on Tuesday at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary. Kick off between the Tar Heels and Colonials is slated for 7 p.m. Alan Winn was named College Soccer News National Player of the Week on Monday. He scored three goals in two victories last week. Admission is free. (GoHeels.com)

Tobin Heath Taking it One Day at a Time

Tobin Heath hasn’t played a game for the U.S. Women's National Team since March 7, 2017. Heath was sidelined with a back injury and has been away from the team for both club and country the last six months, missing the entirety of the NWSL season so far and every WNT camp and game since then. Thankfully, her time watching has come to an end. (US Soccer)

No. 10 UNC Women's Soccer Shuts Out No. 16 Florida State

The 10th-ranked UNC women's soccer team returned to the pitch after a 10-day break, earning a 1-0 victory against 16th-ranked Florida State at the Seminole Soccer Complex Sunday afternoon (Highlights). Junior midfielder Dorian Bailey's goal in the 58th minute was the difference in the match in the ACC opener for both teams. (GoHeels.com)

No. 8 UNC Men's Soccer Beats Duke, 2-1

Mauricio Pineda scored the game-winning goal late in the first half to lift No. 8 North Carolina to a 2-1 victory over 23rd-ranked Duke in the 89th edition of the Tobacco Road rivalry at Macpherson Stadium. Alan Winn continued his torrid scoring with his fourth goal in four games. Cam Lindley delivered another perfect cross that Winn headed home in the eighth minute for UNC. (GoHeels.com)

ACC Opener On Tap For UNC Women's Soccer In Tallahassee

North Carolina will play its sixth straight game away from its temporary home field at WakeMed Soccer Park when it travels to Tallahassee, Fla. on Sunday to meet the Florida State Seminoles at 1 p.m. in a match to be televised on ACC Network Extra. It will be the ACC opener for Coach Anson Dorrance's Tar Heels who are 4-2 overall. FSU is 5-1 on the season. (GoHeels.com)

Meet Community Connector Heather O'Reilly with Arsenal Ladies FC

Heather O'Reilly's competitive fire, along with a tremendous amount of self-discipline and hard work, helped her become an elite world class soccer player who starred at UNC and went on to win World Cup championships and Olympic gold medals. Now, even while playing professionally for Arsenal Ladies FC in England, O’Reilly is dedicated to helping young women develop. (Raleigh News & Observer)

Q&A With Mia Hamm

It's been 24 years since Mia Hamm played her final match for the UNC women's soccer team. But her ties to UNC still run deep. In August, Hamm and former Tar Heels Kristine Lilly and Tisha Venturini Hoch returned to the Triangle for a Soccer Clinic in Raleigh. Hamm spoke with GoHeels.com about the event, her time playing for UNC and what the University still means to her. (GoHeels.com)

Winn's will

For a moment Wednesday, however brief, senior forward Alan Winn said it felt like the UNC men's soccer team's match against William & Mary was slipping away. The No. 8 Tar Heels led for a majority of the contest. But in the 69th minute, the Tribe tied the score at 2 on its second equalizing goal. Such goals can be demoralizing, said Winn. But you must not waver. (GoHeels.com)

Winn's Double Leads No. 8 UNC Men's Soccer Past William & Mary

Alan Winn scored twice to lead No. 8 North Carolina to a 3-2 victory over William & Mary on Wednesday night at WakeMed Soccer Park (Highlights). North Carolina won its third game in a row, improving to 5-1 on the season, while the Tribe fall to an even 2-2-2. Winn scored just three minutes, 13 seconds into the first half to get the scoring underway early. (GoHeels.com)

UNC And William & Mary Face Off In Men's Soccer Wednesday

No. 8 North Carolina returns from an extended road trip to face William & Mary on Wednesday at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. The Tar Heels are off to a 4-1 record and won both of their matches last week. Carolina and William & Mary are going head-to-head for the fifth year in a row going back to 2013. UNC is 2-1-1 in the previous four matches. Admission is free. (GoHeels.com)

Cam Lindley's Game Winner Sends UNC Men's Soccer Past Pitt

No. 10 North Carolina came away with a 2-1 win over Pitt in the ACC men's soccer opener for both clubs Saturday night at Urbanic Field (Highlights). Playing on the road for the third-straight match, Carolina's Jelani Pieters broke the ice early with a goal in the 11th minute. UNC hosts William & Mary on Wednesday at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary at 7 p.m.

Early Goal Lifts No. 5 Penn State Past No. 6 UNC Women's Soccer

The fifth-ranked Penn State women's soccer team scored seven minutes into the match and that goal held up as the Nittany Lions defeated sixth-ranked North Carolina 1-0 at Jeffrey Field. The Tar Heels finish the non-conference schedule at 4-2. UNC will have 10 days off before traveling to Tallahassee, Fla., on Sunday, September 17 to face Florida State. (GoHeels.com)

Two UNC women's soccer international first-years thrive on and off the field

For first-years Alessia Russo and Lotte Wubben-Moy, these daunting circumstances have been their realities. Since joining North Carolina's women’s soccer team, the two England natives have endured a whirlwind these past couples of weeks. Despite all this, they’ve hit the ground running, earning special praise from head coach Anson Dorrance. (Daily Tar Heel)

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