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Born & Bred: UNC Women's Soccer At Home Abroad

once said that UNC wasn’t a basketball school, it was a women’s soccer school, and since 1996, the first year that women’s soccer was an Olympic sport, Tar Heel women’s soccer alumnae have regularly appeared on the global stage. The 2024 Olympics are no different, as three former Tar Heel standouts hope to reach their Olympic dreams. (Rams Club)

Emily Fox to help usher in a new era of US women’s soccer at the 2024 Olympic Games

With some of the sports’ biggest stars no longer suiting up for Team USA, coach Emma Hayes is giving some of the country’s more youthful talent a chance to prove themselves in Paris, and one of those newcomers is former UNC star . Fox played for the Tar Heels from 2017 to 2020 and left campus as one of the best players in recent years. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC Women’s Soccer Announces 2024 Schedule

North Carolina women's soccer head coach , who enters his 46th year at the helm, has announced the schedule for the upcoming 2024 season. UNC will face five teams that finished in the top 25 of the United Soccer Coaches poll last year, highlighted by matchups with defending NCAA champion Florida State and national runner-up Stanford. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men’s Soccer Releases 2024 Schedule

The UNC men's soccer program has released its schedule for the upcoming season. The schedule features 16 regular-season games with 10 matches at Dorrance Field. The 2024 slate includes four teams that finished in the top-25 of the United Soccer Coaches poll last season, highlighted by a matchup with the defending national champion, Clemson. (GoHeels.com)

Here is Every Tar Heel Heading to Paris for the Summer Olympics and Paralympics

A sizable contingent of current and former Tar Heel standouts is headed to Paris for the Summer Olympics, which begin July 24. Former NCAA champions and Meredith Sholder will take the field with Team USA in field hockey. Former UNC tennis star and Australian Open doubles champion Rinky Hijikata will represent his native Australia. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC’s ACC Network Takeover to air on Friday

While the action will begin right at midnight, Carolina’s biggest success of the year will air at 4:30 PM ET with the field hockey National Championship Game. After a legendary playing career at the school, took over as head coach before last year and immediately kept things rolling with a national title in her first season. (Tar Heel Blog)

Pro Heels: NWSL Week 15 Roundup

Week 15 of the 2024 National Women's Soccer League season was highlighted by scoring her third professional goal, picking up her 26th career regular season assist, and tying her single-match career saves. The NWSL will now pause for a break to compete in the NWSL x LIGA MX Femenil Summer Cup. (GoHeels.com)

Final U.S. Youth National Soccer Team Training Camp Features Three Tar Heels

Maddie Dahlien, , and have been called up to the 24-player U.S. Under-20 Women's Youth National Team roster for a training camp held July 8-16 in Athens, Georgia. This will be the final training camp before a 21-player roster is selected to represent the United States at the 2024 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia Aug. 31-Sept. 22. (GoHeels.com)

Crystal Dunn, Emily Fox Named To U.S. Olympic Women's Soccer Team

Former UNC women's soccer standouts and were named to the United States Women's National Team Olympic roster Wednesday. The two are part of an 18-player squad which will represent Team USA at the Olympic Games in Paris, France, this summer. This will be the third straight Olympic appearance for Dunn and first for Fox. (GoHeels.com)

UNC earns fifth straight top-10 Directors’ Cup finish

UNC’s tradition of athletics excellence continued as the Tar Heels earned their fifth consecutive top-10 finish in the Learfield Directors’ Cup standings. UNC’s run to the College World Series and fourth consecutive top-five finish in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships helped the Tar Heels finish seventh for the eighth top-10 finish in the last nine seasons. (Tar Heel Tribune)
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