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UNC Women's Soccer Earns No. 2 Overall Seed In NCAA Tournament

The UNC women's soccer team has earned the No. 2 overall seed to the NCAA Championship, announced Monday. The Tar Heels (15-0-1) will play the winner of Denver (16-2-1) and Loyola (8-1-1) in the second round on April 30 at 3 p.m. at Sportsplex in Matthews, N.C. The entire NCAA Tournament will be played at sites in North Carolina. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Soccer Earns NCAA Tournament Bid

The University of North Carolina's men's soccer team has earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championship, the NCAA announced on Monday afternoon. The Tar Heels (7-4-3) will play fellow at-large bid Charlotte (6-3-1) in the second round on Thursday April 29 at a site to be determined. The entire NCAA Tournament will be played at sites in North Carolina. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Athletics, The Brandr Group Create Landmark Group Player Rights Program For Alumni

More than 100 University of North Carolina student-athlete alumni have agreed to support a groundbreaking multi-year agreement with marketing and licensing agency The Brandr Group to create a voluntary group licensing program. This initiative is the first of its kind for former college athletes and will allow participants to profit from their marketability. (GoHeels.com)

No. 18 UNC Men's Soccer Beats Duke, 1-0

Alex Rose came off the bench to score the game's only goal as No. 18 North Carolina shut out Duke, 1-0, at Koskinen Stadium on Sunday (Highlights). At the 31:05 mark in the first half in a play that began with a throw-in, Tim Schels fed Rose, whose shot found the back right low corner of the net for a 1-0 advantage. UNC out-shot Duke, 13-4. (GoHeels.com)

Brianna Pinto, Strong Defense Propel No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer Past Villanova

The Tar Heels defense was on full display against Villanova on Thursday afternoon as No. 2 North Carolina won 1-0 behind a second-half goal from . Carolina allowed just one shot against the Wildcats. In the 2021 spring slate, North Carolina has outshot opponents 63-13 after allowing three shots against Delaware and nine versus Tennessee. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer Continues Road Swing At Villanova Thursday

After opening up the 2021 spring schedule with two five-plus goal wins, No. 2 North Carolina (13-1-0) travels to Villanova on Thursday. UNC enters with a 12-0 goal differential in its first two regular-season games of the spring after beating Delaware 5-0 and Tennessee 7-0. was awarded this week's ACC Offensive Player of the Week. (GoHeels.com)

Brianna Pinto Named ACC Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week

North Carolina midfielder has been named ACC Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week. Pinto tallied a hat trick to lead second-ranked UNC to a 7-0 win against Tennessee on Saturday. The junior becomes the fourth ACC player to record three goals in a game this season. It marked the sixth hat trick by a UNC player since 2010. (The ACC)

Tim Schels' Overtime Goal Lifts No. 16 UNC Men's Soccer Past Notre Dame

Tim Schels scored in the seventh minute of overtime to lift No. 16 North Carolina to a 2-1 victory at Notre Dame on Saturday (Highlights). Carolina came from behind to win after trailing, 1-0. at halftime. UNC out-shot Notre Dame, 15-9, and had 11 corner kicks to the Irish's five. Carolina improved to 6-3-3 in the 2020-21 season, including 6-1-3 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer Records Two Hat Tricks In 7-0 Win Over Tennessee

Behind hat tricks from and Ruby Grant, No. 2 North Carolina women's soccer rolled Tennessee, 7-0, Saturday at Regal Soccer Park (Highlights). and Ruby Grant became the first pair of Tar Heel teammates to record a hat trick in the same game since Aja Parsons and Joan Dunlap did on Sept. 7, 1984 against Warren Wilson. (GoHeels.com)

USWNT legend Mia Hamm one of few athletes to enter National Women's Hall of Fame

Girls around the country wore former UNC star 's No. 9 in the 1990s, and for a long time she was the biggest star of American women's soccer. For any young woman growing up at the time, it was about being like Mia. She remains an icon whose athletic contributions are GOAT status and her work toward women's empowerment are still ongoing. (Yahoo! Sports)
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