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UNC Men's Soccer Earns No. 5 Seed For NCAA Championship

North Carolina earned the No. 5 seed in the 2018 NCAA Men's Soccer Championship and will host a second-round match Sunday, Nov. 18, at WakeMed Soccer Park. UNC will open its 26th NCAA postseason appearance against the winner of Thursday's match between High Point and James Madison. UNC is a top-16 seed for the eighth time in the last 10 years. (GoHeels.com)

No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Falls To No. 10 Louisville 1-0 in ACC Title Game

No. 4 North Carolina fell short against No. 10 Louisville on Sunday in the ACC Men's Soccer Championship game at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. A Cherif Dieye goal in the 29th minute proved to be the difference as the Tar Heels fell 1-0. UNC now waits for the NCAA Men's Soccer Selection Show on Monday, at 1 p.m. to find out their postseason matchups and seeding. (GoHeels.com)

UNC women's soccer dominates Howard, 4-0, in first round of NCAA Tournament

Bridgette Andrzejewski came off the bench to score a pair of goals and Julia Ashley had a goal and an assist as third-ranked North Carolina defeated Howard 4-0 in the first round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament Saturday at WakeMed Soccer Park (Highlights). UNC will host Kansas next Friday in the second round. The 18 wins by UNC this year are the most since 2013. (GoHeels.com)

Overcoming injury: The six seasons of Drew Murphy

North Carolina's Drew Murphy ran toward the stands, sliding on the grass as his teammates caught up and buried him in a dog pile. He forgot about the pain in his right calf. His 20-yard goal took the Tar Heels to their seventh Final Four appearance in program history. Little did he know that that day, Dec. 2, 2016, was the best he would feel for nearly two years. (UNC.edu)

No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Downs No. 8 Duke To Clinch Spot In ACC Tournament Final

Jelani Pieters' game-winner in the 87th minute proved to be the 2-1 difference between the Tar Heels and Blue Devils on Wednesday in the ACC Championship semifinals at WakeMed Soccer Park (Highlights). His second goal of the year came just 29 seconds after Duke scored an equalizer, a dramatic finish to send UNC to its first ACC title game since 2012. (GoHeels.com)

Six Tar Heels Named To All-ACC Men's Soccer Teams

Led by Defender of the Year Alex Comsia, North Carolina had six players named on Wednesday as part of the 2018 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Team. North Carolina led all schools with four players named to the All-ACC First Team and tied a school record with the 2011 National Champion Tar Heels for most players selected to the first team in program history. (GoHeels.com)

Alex Comsia Named To TopDrawerSoccer Team Of The Week

North Carolina senior captain Alex Comsia was named one of four defenders to the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week after another commanding shutout performance by the Tar Heel defense. The Heels defeated Virginia Tech 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament, the fourth consecutive shutout for Comsia and the defense. (GoHeels.com)

No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Takes Down Virginia Tech 3-0 in ACC Quarterfinals

No. 4 North Carolina men's soccer took down No. 22 Virginia Tech 3-0 on Sunday in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament to advance to Wednesday's semifinal match against Duke at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary at 7 p.m. Goals from Jeremy Kelly, Mauricio Pineda and Jack Skahan led UNC offensively while the defense pitched their fourth consecutive shutout. (GoHeels.com)

No. 3 UNC Women's Soccer Falls to No. 7 Florida State in ACC Tourney Finals

Kristina Lynch scored the game-winning goal with 6:34 to play to lift seventh-ranked Florida State to a 3-2 victory over third-ranked UNC in the championship game of the 2018 ACC Women's Soccer Tournament Sunday. Florida State improved to 15-4-2 while the Tar Heels saw their 12-match win streak end and are now 17-3-1 heading into the NCAA Tournament. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer Advances To ACC Tournament Final For Third Straight Year

Three Tar Heel substitutes combined to produce the game-winning goal as the No. 3 North Carolina women's soccer team defeated No. 23 Clemson 1-0 Friday night in the ACC Tournament semifinals at WakeMed Soccer Park (Highlights). A crowd of 2,092 fans was on hand to see the Tar Heels prevail against the Tigers by a 1-0 score for the second time this season. (GoHeels.com)

After Perfect Conference Season, Women's Soccer Gears Up For ACC Tournament

For a program boasting 22 NCAA titles and 21 ACC Tournament titles, success is defined by the postseason. That’s unfortunate for this year’s No. 3 UNC women’s soccer team, a squad that already has proved enough. After dropping consecutive games at No. 6 Santa Clara and No. 1 Stanford in early September, ’s Tar Heels ripped off a perfect ACC season. (Argyle Report)

After a series of injuries, former UNC soccer player Kate Morris has found her role

After talking about it with head coach and her parents, Morris decided that it was time to medically retire. “Once I had officially made that decision, I think it was a huge weight lifted off my shoulders,” she said. But instead of leaving the team, she took on a new role as an undergraduate assistant coach. “That’s been fun because I feel like I have a role." (Daily Tar Heel)
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