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No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer Faces No. 4 Duke Friday In Battle Of Unbeatens

North Carolina Women's Soccer opens a four-game home stand against ACC competition when the second-ranked Tar Heels host the fourth-ranked Duke Blue Devils on Friday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m. The game will be streamed on ACC Network Extra. The Tar Heels will play without their leading scorer, Emily Murphy, who injured an ankle in practice this week. (GoHeels.com)

Serendipity Has Marked Anson Dorrance's Illustrious Career

Since women's soccer was added to UNC's Athletics program in 1979-80, its history is filled with first names that don't need last names as identifiers. There's Janet, April, Shannon, Kristine, Mia, Tisha, Cindy, Lorrie, Cat, Heather, Yael, Casey, Tobin, Crystal, Kealia, Brianna. But before any of those there was Albert, better known as Anson. . (GoHeels.com)

Cameron Fisher's Late Goal Leads No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Past Campbell, 1-0

The fourth-ranked University of North Carolina men's soccer team got a goal from Cameron Fisher in the 82nd minute and beat Campbell, 1-0, on Tuesday at Dorrance Field (Highlights). Fisher scored off a set play that started with a long free kick from Riley Thomas, who lofted a pass from just over midfield to Fisher for his third goal of the season. (GoHeels.com)

With ACC play looming, UNC's women's soccer remains unbeaten

The No. 2 UNC women’s soccer team stands unbeaten after seven games as the Tar Heels now look to preserve their dominance in ACC play. Off the heels of a season-ending loss to Santa Clara in the College Cup in May, no team this year has found an answer for UNC thus far. The team has outscored its opponents 23-4 through seven games. (Daily Tar Heel)

No. 4 UNC Men's Soccer Hosts Campbell Tuesday

North Carolina returns home for a pair of men's soccer games at Dorrance Field this week after playing two on the road last week. The Tar Heels host Campbell on Tuesday at 7 p.m. on ACC Network Extra. UNC is coming off its ACC opener, a 4-0 loss at No. 5 Pitt on Friday. UNC was ranked as high as No. 2 nationally last week in the Top Drawer Soccer poll. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Men's Soccer Falls To No. 5 Pitt, 4-0

The fifth-ranked Pittsburgh men's soccer team grabbed an early lead and beat No. 2 North Carolina, 4-0, in a key, early-season ACC matchup on Friday night. The Panthers took a 3-0 lead before halftime and controlled the tempo throughout most of the match. The game was a meeting of two of the top teams in the nation and the ACC Coastal Division. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Insider Podcast: Georgia State Preview, Tomon Fox, Claudia Dickey

UNC Football looks to bounce back Saturday against Georgia State. Jones Angell and Adam Lucas preview the game and interview Tar Heel women's soccer goalkeeper Claudia Dickey. Then, linebacker discusses passing on UNC's all-time sack list, expression through art, and his new hobby. (Listen To Podcast)

UNC Men's Soccer To Visit Pitt In Top-10 Matchup Friday

North Carolina will open conference play this week when it visits Pittsburgh in a matchup of nationally-ranked ACC front-runners. The Tar Heels are ranked as high as No. 2 nationally this week, while Pitt is ranked as high as No. 5. UNC is 3-0-1 this season and has outshot its opponents 105-11 through four games. Carolina is 8-0-0 all-time against Pitt. (GoHeels.com)

Emily Colton Nets A Pair As No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer Beats Florida, 7-1

No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer scored three times in the first 29 minutes and out-shot the Florida Gators, 22-2, in a 7-1 women's soccer win on Thursday (Highlights). Carolina is 7-0, including 3-0 on the road. The win was the 896th for the UNC women's soccer program and head coach , who is the NCAA record-holder, in his 43rd season. (GoHeels.com)

Lucas: A Women's Sports School

once provided a quote that has come to define Tar Heel women's sports. "This is a women's soccer school. We're just trying to keep up with them." As the Tar Heels celebrate 50 years of women's sports at North Carolina, those words still resonate. At the time of Smith's quote, 's program didn't need to be legitimized by anyone. (GoHeels.com)
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