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Yael Averbuch News & Bio


Name:Yael Averbuch
Hometown:Montclair, NJ
High School:Montclair
Born:November 3, 1986 (33)
Notes:2006, 2008 NCAA Women's Soccer Champion, 3x All-American, UNC Retired Jersey, USWNT Member
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Podcast: "Vision of a Champion" with Anson Dorrance, Episode 4 - Yael Averbuch
Anson Dorrance is joined by Gloria and Yael Averbuch. Gloria, Yael, and Anson talk about being a parent of a superstar athlete, how entrepreneurship and...

Yael Averbuch West Is Paying It Forward
By all standards, Yael Averbuch West enjoyed a successful professional soccer career. In 2009, she was drafted fourth overall by Sky Blue FC, of Women's...

Yael Averbuch: Find Your Team
Yael Averbuch: "College was the first time I truly felt a full connection with my team. My Tar Heel teammates became my family and saw...

My Carolina Experience: Yael Averbuch
Yael Averbuch: "Carolina completely transformed my life. I learned a lot about who I am, what is most important to me, and how I want...

Averbuch: A Souvenir and a Memory
Yael Averbuch: "What I learned at U.N.C. is that success is never an accident. Winning is not about what happens the day of the game,...

Amber Brooks Wins ACC Scholar-Athlete of Year
North Carolina senior midfielder Amber Brooks has been named the 2012 Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year and heads up the sport's...

Amber Brooks Named TDS Player of the Year
North Carolina senior midfielder Amber Brooks has been named TopDrawerSoccer.com's Player of the Year for the 2012 as announced Wednesday by the website's editors...

Video: Trick Shot Battle - Tobin Heath vs. Yael Averbuch
Municipal Stadium in Albufeira, Portugal, is the venue as U.S. Women's National Team midfielders Tobin Heath and Yael Averbuch engage in a soccer Trick Shot...

Yael Averbuch: In China, Plugged In, but Unplugged
Midfielder Yael Averbuch, a Montclair, N.J., native by way of UNC, will be contributing to the Goal blog in the runup to the third season...

Five Former Tar Heels Will Compete For U.S. In Algarve Cup
Following a 20-day training camp at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., U.S. Women's National Team head coach Pia Sundhage has named a 19-player...


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