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Mauricio Pineda Named To Men's Soccer All-South Regional Team

Mauricio Pineda was named to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Men's Soccer All-South Regional Team on Monday. The senior captain for the Tar Heels was named to the second-team, giving him back-to-back All-South Regional Team honors. Pineda has been an anchor for the Tar Heel midfield for the last four years and is a Senior CLASS Award Finalist. (GoHeels.com)

Chansky’s Notebook: The Creator

's women's soccer program was the prototype against which all others were built and measured, and it was only because the Tar Heels with and 74 other All-Americans he groomed did the sport explode across the American landscape. More girls were playing soccer and, of course, he could no longer sign them all or most of them. (Chapelboro.com)

Title Eludes UNC Women's Soccer In National Championship Game On Penalty Kicks

No. 1 Stanford survived a strong challenge from No. 2 North Carolina in the 2019 NCAA championship game in San Jose, California on Sunday. The teams fought to a double overtime deadlock before the Cardinal prevailed 5-4 on penalty kicks. Claudia Dickey made a career high six saves for the Tar Heels. Stanford outshot North Carolina 18-6 in regulation. (GoHeels.com)

Bridgette Andrzejewski's Four Year Evolution

Each year, has his players rate themselves in different areas on a scale of one to five, with five being the best. Each year, when Bridgette Andrzejewski has gotten to the category marked "self-belief," she's given herself a five without hesitation. Her teammates would, too. They know if she's determined to do something, she'll make it happen. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Women's Soccer Seeks 23rd National Championship On Sunday

After defeating Washington State Friday night in the NCAA Tournament semifinal round, the North Carolina women's soccer program has earned the right to play for the 2019 NCAA championship for the 26th time in school history. UNC will play No. 1 Stanford on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET in the NCAA Tournament championship game in San Jose, California. (GoHeels.com)

UNC downs Washington St. 2-1 in NCAA women’s soccer semifinal

Alexis Strickland scored the go-ahead goal on a header in the 38th minute and North Carolina held off Washington State 2-1 on Friday in the semifinals of the NCAA Women’s College Cup (Highlights, Postgame PC) The top-seeded Tar Heels (24-1-1) advanced to Sunday’s championship game against the winner of the semifinal between Stanford and UCLA. (Associated Press)

Ru To The Rescue For UNC Women's Soccer

Throughout North Carolina's run to the women's soccer NCAA Tournament semifinals, where it'll face Washington State at 7 p.m. EST Friday in San Jose, California, and the starters have stressed the "game-changers'" importance. All of them have made crucial plays. But their leader, Ru Mucherera, has arguably been the most impactful. (GoHeels.com)

Four teams ready for an epic College Cup

There is no more familiar face to the Women’s College Cup than North Carolina. It’s easier to list the amount of College Cups UNC has missed rather name all of the appearances (It’s nine. UNC has only missed the College Cup nine times). Friday’s matchup against Washington State is very much David vs. Goliath in terms of college soccer history. (Top Drawer Soccer)

Natalie Chandler Wins NCAA Elite 90 Award At Women's College Cup

UNC junior Natalie Chandler is the recipient of the Elite 90 award for the 2019 NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship. Chandler, majoring in health policy and management, carries a perfect 4.0 GPA. The Elite 90 is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating in each of the NCAA's championships. (GoHeels.com)

Washington State aiming to upset national power North Carolina in College Cup Final Four

North Carolina, the 2018 national runner-up, features three standouts – , Brianna Pinto and – who are finalists for the Mac Hermann Trophy, which is given to the country’s top player. The Tar Heels opened the NCAA Tournament with a rout of Belmont (5-0) before beating Colorado (1-0), Michigan (4-0) and Southern California (3-2). (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
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