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UNC Women's Soccer Flies Past Boston College, 3-0

After a tough two-match stretch and a frustrating first 43 minutes against Boston College on Sunday, No. 3 UNC showed why it’s one of the best women’s soccer teams in the country. The Tar Heels scored late in the first half then turned up the heat on their way to a 3-0 victory at Dorrance Field (Highlights) to shut out BC for the ninth time in 11 meetings. (Tar Heel Tribune)

No. 3 UNC Women's Soccer Returns To Dorrance Field To Host Boston College Sunday

After a grueling 1-0 win at Syracuse on Thursday night, third-ranked North Carolina returns home Sunday to take on Boston College at 1 p.m. on Dorrance Field. The game will be streamed on the ACC Network Extra with Matt Krause and former Carolina All-America forward on the call. Carolina enters the match with a 1-1 ACC record. (

Milo Garvanian's Goal Lifts UNC Men's Soccer Over Notre Dame

A first-half penalty kick conversion by Milo Garvanian was all that was needed for the UNC men's soccer team to prevail, 1-0, over Notre Dame on Saturday at Alumni Stadium (Highlights). The final result in Notre Dame, Indiana, was also the Tar Heels' first road win of the season as they improve to 4-2-2 (1-1-1). The Irish fall to 3-3-1 (1-2). (

Carolina Insider Podcast: Cam Sexton Interview, Notre Dame Preview, Avery Patterson

and Adam Lucas preview UNC Football's big matchup with Notre Dame (11:34). Audio from the video podcast interview with UNC women's soccer star (28:34). Former Tar Heel quarterback Cam Sexton discusses his time at UNC, beating Notre Dame and talking some trash to (37:11). (Listen To Podcast)

No. 3 UNC Women's Soccer Blanks Syracuse, 1-0

Freshman Tori Dellaperuta scored in the 32nd minute and freshman goalkeeper Emmie Allen recorded her second solo shut out of the season as the No. 3 North Carolina women's soccer team earned a 1-0 victory over Syracuse on Thursday night for its first ACC victory (Highlights). The goal was Dellaperuta's second game-winner and fourth overall. (

No. 3 UNC Women's Soccer Visits Syracuse Thursday

The No. 3 UNC women's soccer team makes its first ACC road trip of the season Thursday, visiting Syracuse for a 7 p.m. match-up on ACC Network Extra. Carolina is coming off a 3-2 loss to No. 7 Virginia at home Saturday, while Syracuse was shut out by No. 3 Duke, 1-0, on Friday. UNC's is second in the ACC in goals (6) and points (14). (

Video: Carolina Insider - Interview with Avery Patterson

This week in the studio, North Carolina Women's Soccer standout joins of the Tar Heel Sports Network and Adam Lucas of to talk about UNC's strong culture on and off the soccer pitch, her British teammates' lingo, and much more. (View Video)

UNC Men's Soccer Plays UNCW To Scoreless Draw

Despite matching its season-high 18 shots, the UNC men's soccer team battled UNCW to a scoreless draw Tuesday night at Dorrance Field to move to 3-2-2. Providing a spark off the bench, Ernest Bawa had a pair of shots soon after entering the match. UNC's back line held the visiting team without a shot in the opening frame for the first time this season. (

UNC field hockey holds at No. 2, women’s soccer slips in poll, cross country teams move up

While the unstoppable Carolina field hockey team held on to its No. 2 ranking, the UNC women’s soccer team fell a spot, and both cross country teams moved up in their polls. Coach ’s field hockey team is 7-0 after blanking No. 4 Louisville 3-0 Friday in its ACC opener. The Tar Heels have won their last four games by a combined score of 20-0. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Men's Soccer Returns Home To Face UNCW On Tuesday

After a 1-1 draw at No. 5 Duke in its first road test of the season, the North Carolina men's soccer team returns home to Dorrance Field for a matchup with UNCW on Tuesday at 7 pm (Tickets). UNC sits at 3-2-1 on the year with wins over Air Force, South Florida, and East Tennessee State. UNCW will arrive in Chapel Hill with a 3-1-2 mark on the season. (
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