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RJ Davis Among Four Tar Heels To Earn 2024 ACC Postgraduate Scholarship Award

Four Tar Heels have earned 2024 Weaver-James-Corrigan-Swofford Postgraduate Scholarship Awards, as announced on Monday by the ACC. Ahmad Al-Qaq (soccer), Reilly Tran (tennis), (tennis), and (basketball) are among the ACC's 51 honorees. Each recipient will receive $9,000 toward his or her graduate education. (

Three Tar Heels Called Up For Training Camp, Matches With U-20 Women's National Team

Three current and former UNC women's soccer players Tessa Dellarose, , and have been called up to the U.S. Under-20 Women's Youth National Team for a training camp in Bogotá, Colombia, from Feb. 18-28. Dellarose, King, and Sentnor were part of the Concacaf qualifying roster that secured the USWYNT's spot in the U-20 World Cup. (

Carolina Men's Soccer Part Of 2024 Spring Soccer Cup Field

UNC men's soccer is one of 10 programs set to participate in the 2024 Spring Soccer Cup, hosted by Wake Forest on Sunday, April 14. The Tar Heels join Clemson, Duke, NC State, Pitt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest, Georgetown, and Maryland in the event. Over the past five seasons, the programs have combined for eight College Cup appearances. (

Tar Heel Sarina Wiegman named The Best FIFA Women's Coach for fourth time

England manager (UNC '89) has been named The Best FIFA Women's Coach for 2023. It is the fourth triumph for Wiegman, who also won in 2017, 2020, and 2022, as she saw off competition from Barcelona boss Jonatan Giraldez and Chelsea manager Emma Hayes. The Dutch boss led the Lionesses to their first World Cup final in August. (

Ally Sentnor No. 1, Savy King No. 2, Maycee Bell No. 14 In 2024 NWSL Draft

Three Tar Heels were selected in the first round of the 2024 NWSL Draft, including a pair with the top two picks. was the No. 1 overall pick followed by at No. 2, while was selected at No. 14. Sentnor will join Utah Royals FC with King headed to Bay FC. Bell will become part of reigning NWSL champion NJ/NY Gotham FC. (

Eight Tar Heels Entered Into 2024 NWSL Draft Friday Night

The 2024 NWSL Draft takes place on Friday, Jan. 12 in Anaheim, California. The Draft features four rounds, totaling 56 picks with 14 selections in each round. The UNC women's soccer team has eight players registered for this year's Draft: Emmie Allen, Maycee Bell, , Savy King, Sam Meza, Emily Moxley, , and . (

Tar Heels Lead In 2023-24 Learfield Directors’ Cup Through Fall

National Player of the Year Ryleigh Heck's game-winning goal led the Tar Heels to their 11th field hockey national championship and catapulted UNC to the top of the Learfield Directors' Cup standings after completion of the seven fall Division I championships. Field hockey was one of four UNC sports to finish in the top five in the fall in NCAA competition. (

Chansky’s Notebook: No Immunity in New College Sports Landscape

Since the UNC Women's Soccer team's 4-3 loss to BYU in the NCAA quarterfinals, 21 Tar Heel players have left the program, reducing a roster of 33 last season to only 18 right now as and his staff are hitting the portal themselves to restock. Hopefully, Carolina’s brand will result in signing better players than those who transferred. (

UNC Women's Soccer Trio Selected To U.S. Soccer U-20 Youth National Team Training Camp

A trio of UNC women's soccer players – Maddie Dahlien, , and – have been selected for the U.S. Under-20 Women's Youth National Team's first training camp. The camp will take place from January 15-22 in Carson, Calif. The Tar Heels' three players named to the 24-person training roster are the most of any school in the country. (

UNC women's soccer midfielder Ally Sentnor to pursue professional career

will be parting ways with the North Carolina women's soccer team to pursue a professional career, the redshirt sophomore midfielder announced via Instagram on Saturday afternoon. Sentnor recorded a team-high 11 goals, seven assists, and 29 points during the 2023 season, earning ACC Midfielder of the Year and All-ACC First Team honors. (Daily Tar Heel)
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