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Tar Heels Sixth In Director's Cup Standings After Fall Sports

Four Tar Heel teams earned top-20 NCAA finishes to lead the University of North Carolina to sixth place in the nation after the conclusion of fall sport competition in the 2021-22 Learfield Directors' Cup. Carolina amassed 295.50 points in the fall, led by head coach Chris Miltenberg's women's cross country team, which finished 14th for 64.5 points. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Goalkeeper Alec Smir Selected by FC Dallas in MLS Superdraft

A longtime veteran presence in net for the UNC men’s soccer program, goalkeeper Alec Smir will now get to realize his professional dreams. After playing his final season for North Carolina in 2021, Smir was selected by FC Dallas with the sixth pick in the third round or the 2022 MLS Superdraft. Smir was named as a first team All-ACC performer in 2021. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC To Host National Girls And Women In Sports Day Celebration On Feb 6

Young Tar Heel fans pre-K through eighth grade are invited to join the UNC women's sports teams for the 2022 UNC National Girls & Women in Sports Day, an annual event to highlight women's athletics at UNC. The NGWSD celebration is set for Feb. 6 from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Practice Complex on UNC's campus. There is no charge to participate. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Goalkeeper Alec Smir Reflects On Tar Heel Career, Looks Forward To MLS Draft

Alec Smir is one of the top goalkeepers in the history of the North Carolina men's soccer program. As a senior this past year, he received was named First Team All-ACC as well as Second Team All-South Region. He led the ACC with a 0.57 goals against average as a junior. Smir recently discussed his UNC career ahead of the upcoming 2022 MLS SuperDraft. (GoHeels.com)

Podcast: Interview With Anson Dorrance

Coach joins Nick on "The Reformed Sports Project Podcast" to discuss the core elements that the North Carolina Women's Soccer program implements to cultivate consistent success at the collegiate level and how those priorities should change when it comes to coaching youth sports. (Apple Podcasts)

Tar Heels Help Make The Holidays Brighter

The holiday season is rife with traditions, and one of the longest running for UNC student-athletes is the Share Your Holidays program. Each year, UNC student-athletes and staff "adopt" families through the Share Your Holidays program. Families provide wish lists and the Tar Heels use those to shop for items that help make the holidays brighter. (GoHeels.com)

North Carolina Courage trade former UNC soccer standout Jessica McDonald

The North Carolina Courage have traded forward to Racing Louisville FC for the sixth pick in the 2022 NWSL Draft. Joining the North Carolina Courage following the sale of the Western New York Flash in 2017, McDonald played an integral role in leading the Courage to two NWSL Championships after winning her first title with the Flash. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Claudia Dickey Selected By OL Reign In NWSL Draft

Two-time UNC All-ACC goalkeeper was selected by the OL Reign in the second round of the 2022 National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) Draft Saturday. A two-year starter who played in three College Cup semifinal games and two national championship matches, Dickey is the 20th Tar Heel taken in the NWSL Draft and first goalie. (GoHeels.com)

Maycee Bell Named First-Team Scholar All-American

North Carolina junior defender was named United Soccer Coaches First-Team Scholar All-America on Thursday. A native of Wichita, Kan., Bell boasts a 3.87 grade point average as an exercise and sport science major. She is the sixth player in program history to receive first-team accolades. Bell is also a three-time All-ACC selection. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Celebrates December Graduates

Twenty-nine UNC student-athletes received their degrees Sunday in Winter Commencement ceremonies at the Dean E. Smith Center. Listed are Tar Heels who received degrees. Football: , , Joshua Ezeudu, Jeremiah Gemmel, Sam Howell, Marcus McKethan, Kyler McMichael, Trey Morrison, , Jordan Tucker. (GoHeels.com)
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