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UNC's Women Are Winners

It's hard to imagine a week that might have turned out better for North Carolina's women's athletic teams than the one just concluded. In an eight-day span, from Sunday to Sunday, accomplishments in field hockey, soccer, tennis, and volleyball proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that UNC has one of the best women's athletics programs in the country. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer Cruises Past Belmont 5-0 In NCAA First Round

The No. 2 UNC women's soccer team was powered by a pair of goals by and a goal and two assists from in downing the Belmont Bruins 5-0 in the first round of the 2019 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament at Dorrance Field (Highlights). The Tar Heels advanced in its opening NCAA Tournament game for the 38th straight year. (GoHeels.com)

Pineda, Skahan, Kelly Named To All-ACC Men's Soccer Team

Led by first-team midfielder Mauricio Pineda, North Carolina had three players named to the 2019 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Team on Wednesday afternoon, as voted on by the league's head coaches. Jack Skahan and Jeremy Kelly joined Pineda as All-ACC selections as they were selected as second-team midfielders. (GoHeels.com)

Championship Vibes For UNC Women's Soccer

Entering the ACC Women's Soccer Championship game, Virginia was one of only two undefeated teams in the nation and had spent the past eight weeks at No. 1. North Carolina hadn't defeated a top-ranked team since November 30, 2012, when it knocked off Stanford in the NCAA Tournament semifinals. Nor had it faced the Cavaliers this season. (GoHeels.com)

Chansky’s Notebook: Double Dominance

Two of UNC's Hall of Fame coaches did it for the 22nd time Sunday. Granted, and get most of the national attention because they coach the two biggest sports at UNC. But over the weekend, and showed again they’re the best in their sports and why both are long-time national Hall of Famers. (Chapelboro.com)

Kristine Lilly interview

was still in high school when she first broke into the US Women’s National Team. Her first contract saw her making $10 a day. Women’s football in the US has come a long way since those early days, with the US national team players dragging US Soccer to court for equal pay as the men’s team. Lilly’s 23-year career was marked with several highs. (Firstpost)

Alessia Russo’s Overtime Goal Lifts Tar Heels To ACC Women's SoccerTitle

Tournament MVP scored the game-winning goal 1:48 into the second overtime period to lift No. 3 North Carolina to a 2-1 victory over No. 1 Virginia on Sunday in the ACC Tournament championship game (Highlights). The Tar Heels won the 22nd ACC Tournament championship in their history before a national TV audience on ESPNU. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer Meets Top-Ranked Virginia Sunday In ACC Championship Game

North Carolina will face Virginia Sunday at noon in the 2019 Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship game at Sahlen's Stadium in Cary, N.C. The game will be nationally televised on ESPNU with Jenn Hildreth handling the play-by-play, Angela Hucles serving as the analyst and and Lori Lindsey handling sideline reporting. (GoHeels.com)

No. 3 UNC Women's Soccer Shuts Out NC State, Punches Ticket to ACC Championship Game

Playing in the ACC Tournament Semifinals on Friday at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, the No. 3 UNC women’s soccer team defeated NC State by a score of 3-0 to advance to the conference title game on Sunday (Highlights). It was complete domination against the Wolfpack, as put UNC ahead for good in just the eighth minute. (Chapelboro.com)

'It’s on you': How UNC soccer's Alex Rose learned to trust the process

This season, Alex Rose leads UNC in points (16) and goals (seven). He’s had a career-high 15 starts, played in 17 games. He’s accumulated 30 shots, 11 on goal, two game-winning goals and lastly, played 1044 minutes. And these numbers may continue to rise as the team waits to hear about the NCAA Tournament. But it hasn’t always been like this. (Daily Tar Heel)
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