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Video: UNC Men's Soccer Preseason Exhibition All-Access

Go behind the scenes with the North Carolina men's soccer team. Follow the Tar Heels throughout the day as they prepare for their preseason exhibition game. View Video...

Broadcast Schedule Announced For UNC Men's Soccer

North Carolina’s home match against nationally-ranked Notre Dame on Friday, Sept. 18 will be carried on ESPNU, highlighting the broadcast schedule for the Tar Heel men’s soccer team during the 2015 season. Carolina’s other 11 home matches can be seen live on either ESPN3 or GoHeelsTV. In addition, road games at Pittsburgh and Wake Forest can be found on ESPN3. (GoHeels.com)

Summer Green keeps fighting for UNC women's soccer

Now a senior, Summer Green is taking on the challenge of holding her starting job. Her main goal this year: focusing on the task at hand. The forward snatched at the opportunity to do exactly that in her first start of the season against Fresno State on Sunday. In just seven minutes and 14 seconds, Green tied her season scoring total from 2014 with the game’s first two goals. (Daily Tar Heel)

Offensive Explosion Lifts UNC Women's Soccer Past Fresno State

Summer Green and Annie Kingman each scored twice as the seventh-ranked UNC women’s soccer team powered past Fresno State 7-0 Sunday afternoon at Fetzer Field in the fourth and final game of the 2015 Carolina Nike Classic. The seven goals were the most for the Tar Heels in a game since they defeated Middle Tennessee 7-1 on September 17, 2010. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Women's Soccer Highlights vs. Fresno State

The Tar Heels' women's soccer team scored early and often in a 7-0 shutout of Fresno State at Fetzer Field on August 23, 2015. View Video...

Tar Heels Silence 'Chanticleers In Men's Soccer Exhibition

No. 5 North Carolina completed a perfect exhibition men’s soccer season with a 2-0 victory at 21st-ranked Coastal Carolina on Saturday. UNC scored both goals in the late stages of the match. Coastal was called for a foul inside the 18-yard box, setting up a Tar Heel penalty kick, and for the second-straight match Raby George sent his shot into the back of the net for a 1-0 lead. (GoHeels.com)

Newfield Scores Twice As UNC Women's Soccer Opens With Win

The seventh-ranked UNC women’s soccer team opened its 2015 season with a 3-0 shutout victory over Weber State Friday night at Fetzer Field. Alexa Newfield tallied a pair of goals, her first in a Tar Heel uniform, and Chapel Hill native Alex Kimball added a goal on a header late in the game to power Carolina past the Wildcats in the second matchup of the Carolina Nike Classic. (GoHeels.com)

Lori Chalupny to Retire From International Soccer at End of 2015

The 10-game fall tour to celebrate the USA’s championship run at the 2015 Women’s World Cup will be the final matches in a U.S. uniform for veteran defender Lori Chalupny. Chalupny, 31, will retire from an international career that began in March of 2001 when at the age of 17 she debuted against Italy in a match prior to the Algarve Cup. She currently has 103 caps and 10 goals. (U.S. Soccer)

UNC women’s soccer gears up for 2015 season opener

Every well-oiled machine has its moving parts. Just nine months removed from a heartbreaking loss to South Carolina in the third round of the NCAA Tournament, the North Carolina women’s soccer team has just one goal in mind — to win another national title. And in order to achieve this lofty goal, the Tar Heels have made several changes to their starting lineup. (Daily Tar Heel)

US Women’s Champ Meghan Klingenberg Makes Hometown Proud

USA Women’s World Cup Champion and Pine-Richland graduate Meghan Klingenberg joined The Cook and Poni Show on Wednesday to talk about life after winning the World Cup. “It’s been a whirlwind,” Klingenberg said. “It’s been great, but quite frankly it has been exhausting.” (CBS Pittsburgh)

Men's Soccer Outlasts Davidson For 5-4 Win

Raby George scored twice in the first half to lead No. 5 North Carolina to a 5-4 victory over Davidson in a men’s soccer exhibition match Wednesday at Fetzer Field. UNC controlled possession from the opening whistle and that paid off by scoring three times in a five minute span of the first half. Sophomore David October struck first off a feed from Zach Wright in the 14th minute. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Women's Soccer 2015 Preseason Training

The North Carolina women's soccer team hits the weight room hard and practices with intensity as they prepare for their 2015 season campaign. View Video...

I'm A Tar Heel: Paige Nielsen

On behalf of all the athletes, we would like to say thank you to UNC's entire fan base. Your loyalty and support not only help our teams become successful, but allow us to connect our entire community to make every experience as a Carolina member remarkable. Without all of you, it simply wouldn't be possible for our athletes to continue to grow, prosper, and contribute to the unique Carolina experience. (GoHeels.com)

Crystal Dunn Named NWSL Player of the Week

Washington Spirit forward Crystal Dunn was voted the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Player of the Week by the media for Week 18 of the 2015 NWSL season. Dunn, 23, scored the game-winning goal in stoppage time to help the Spirit record a 2-1 win over the Chicago Red Stars on Sunday night at Village of Lisle-Benedictine University Sports Complex in Lisle, Ill. (Washington Spirit)

Campbell, Holness Earn Preseason Best XI Honors

Jonathan Campbell and Omar Holness of the UNC men’s soccer program were named to the Top Drawer Soccer preseason Best XI teams. Campbell, a senior defender from Greensboro, N.C., was selected on the second team. The 2014 first team Academic All-America was a third team All-ACC pick last year, and was an All-South Region selection back in 2013. (GoHeels.com)

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