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Tar Heel Takeover of ACC Network on Monday, Aug. 3

ACC Network School Takeovers showcase classic games, memorable performances, and original content, including ACC championships, bowl games and more from 10 a.m. - midnight ET. In addition, a new series produced by ACC schools, Authentic ACC will debut. Here's the full schedule of UNC's Takeover, which begins Monday August 3. Read More...

Podcast: Mia Hamm Speaks With U.S. Soccer

discusses her current involvement in soccer, including her new role as an investor in Angel City, the newest NWSL expansion club. Hamm also looks back on her storied career with the U.S. Women’s National Team, which began in 1987 at age 15 and gives insights on the experiences and individual that shaped her development. Read More...

North Carolina Men's Soccer Announces Tar Heel XI

After thousands of fan votes as part of the Tar Heel XI project, an all-time best list of North Carolina's men's soccer student-athletes, the UNC men's soccer program is proud to announce the 11-member squad consisting of players dating back as far as the 1970s. (

UNC Women's Soccer: Recapping the Tar Heels at the NWSL Challenge Cup

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been keeping an eye on the NWSL Challenge Cup, as, unsurprisingly, there are several Tar Heels all over the league taking part. On Sunday, it officially came to an end, so let’s put a bow on all of that and take a look at how the various North Carolina alumnae did in the knockout playoff stage of the tournament. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC Men's Soccer Reveals Second Team Tar Heel XI

After thousands of fan votes as part of the Tar Heel XI project, an all-time best list of North Carolina's men's soccer student-athletes, the UNC men's soccer program is revealing a Second Team Tar Heel XI on Wednesday, July 22, with the first team being announced on Wednesday, July 29. (

Pineda, Berhalter shine in MLS is Back Tournament's early stages

After a near four-month-long interruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MLS made its return on July 8 with the World Cup-esque MLS is Back Tournament. Nearly two weeks into the league's revival, a pair of former North Carolina men's soccer standouts, Mauricio Pineda and Sebastian Berhalter, have had noteworthy performances this summer. (Daily Tar Heel)

Tisha Venturini-Hoch continues to inspire the next generation

-Hoch, 47, never liked to lose and didn’t lose very much over her college and National Team career. She celebrated four NCAA Division I championships in as many years at the University of North Carolina. Venturini-Hoch also won the Hermann Trophy and the Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year award in 1994 as the top player in college soccer. (US Soccer)

How NWSL star and 'soccer nerd' Allie Long is expanding her passion for the game off the field

During quarantine, earned a reputation as an avid gamer, streaming her play on Twitch, often raising money for charities, while trying to expand conversions around women's professional soccer. The World Cup champion is growing into her newest role, as a co-host of a new digital soccer interview show, The Conference Call, launching this week. (CBS Sports)

UNC Soccer: An update on the Tar Heels at the NWSL Challenge Cup

The National Women's Soccer League began their version of the 2020 season a few weeks ago. Due to the pandemic, they created the NWSL Challenge Cup, a bubble tournament in Utah. With Monday marking the end of the preliminary round, and the knockout playoff stage beginning Friday, let’s check in on the North Carolina alumnae taking part. (Tar Heel Blog)

From World Cup Champions To Entrepreneurs: USWNT Stars Tobin Heath, Christen Press Lead The Pack

After founding their own business and realizing there wasn’t a lot of female mentorship in the business world, U.S. Women’s National team members and Christen Press wanted to give back. The two soccer stars and World Cup winners, along with fellow players Megan Rapinoe and , are founders of lifestyle brand re-inc. (Haute Living)
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