UNC Olympians: Seven Tar Heels win women’s soccer gold at Atlanta 1996


By the time a women’s soccer tournament was added to the Olympics, North Carolina already had become a college soccer powerhouse. Coach had led UNC to 12 NCAA championships and the US women’s team to a World Cup victory in 1991. When the 1996 Olympics rolled around, but the team still had quite the Tar Heel bent to it. (Tar Heel Blog)

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UNC Olympians: Seven Tar Heels win women’s soccer gold at Atlanta 1996


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