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Podcast: "Vision of a Champion" with Anson Dorrance, Episode 5 - Roy Williams

How do the great athletes become elite? What can the coaches do to drive them to their full potential? On today's episode, is joined by , head men's basketball coach at UNC and three time national champion, to dive deep into what a coach can do to motivate the great athletes to become iconic. Read More...

Tar Heels No. 5 In Latest United Soccer Coaches Poll

The University of North Carolina men's soccer team is ranked fifth in the nation in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll, released on Tuesday. The Tar Heels dropped two spots from No. 3 in the poll last week after a 1-0 loss at then-No. 1 Wake Forest in overtime on Sunday night. North Carolina will return to action on Tuesday, October 27 at Clemson. (

No. 3 UNC Men's Soccer Falls To No. 1 Wake Forest In Overtime

Kyle Holcomb scored in overtime to lift No. 1 Wake Forest to a 1-0 win against No. 3 North Carolina in men's soccer action on Sunday in Winston-Salem. On the winning play, Holcomb beat Tar Heel goalkeeper Alec Smir to the ball by a split second and put it into the net for the Demon Deacon victory. It was the first goal allowed by Carolina all season. (

UNC Women's Soccer Wins 3-1 Over Boston College To Remain Undefeated

No. 1 North Carolina (6-0-0) topped Boston College (0-5-0) 3-1 behind two second half goals on Sunday to remain undefeated (Highlights). The Tar Heels held a 18-7 shot advantage and put 10 shots on net while Claudia Dickey made a pair of saves. North Carolina turns its attention to Duke (Oct. 23) at Dorrance Field. The game is set for 7 p.m. (

UNC Women's Soccer Travels To Boston College On Sunday

North Carolina women's soccer travels to Boston College on Sunday to round out the Tar Heels' longest road trip of the year. UNC looks to remain unbeaten after topping Syracuse 2-0 on Thursday. Carolina holds a 19-1-0 series lead against the Eagles. Through five games, the Tar Heels have recorded 49 shots on goal to just 11 for their opponents. (

No. 3 UNC Men's Soccer To Visit No. 1 Wake Forest Sunday

No. 3 North Carolina Men's Soccer will try to improve to 3-0 when it visits No. 1 Wake Forest on Sunday. Opening kick for the top-five matchup is scheduled for just after 6:00 p.m. ACC Network Extra will stream the game. UNC leads the all-time series 22-13-10. In the most recent meeting last season, the Demon Deacons beat UNC, 1-0, in Winston-Salem. (

Video: Carolina Insider Live - Kyler McMichael, Dramatic Soccer Victory, and More

Hosts Jones Angell of the Tar Heel Sports Network and Adam Lucas of look back at UNC men's soccer's dramatic win over No. 3 Clemson, preview this weekend's big football game against Florida State, and much more. UNC defensive back also joins the show to preview the matchup. Read More...

Reliving UNC women's soccer's 1990 title run

2020 will mark 30 years since UNC's 1990 women’s soccer team hoisted the NCAA cup. 30 years since and , two of the greatest to ever play the game, sported the North Carolina crest on their jerseys. And 30 years since their storybook championship run cemented this team as one of the great dynasties in college athletics history. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Women's Soccer Shuts Out Syracuse, 2-0

Talia Dellaperuta and Libby Moore recorded their first career goals in UNC's 2-0 win on the road at Syracuse on Thursday (Highlights). North Carolina's attack peppered Syracuse's goalkeeper from the opening whistle and recorded five shots in the first eleven minutes, highlighted by a header by Brianna Pinto that was blocked in the sixth minute. (

UNC's Rachel Jones On A College Soccer Season Unlike Any Other

UNC junior midfielder Rachel Jones discusses what it’s been like to be a student-athlete in the time of COVID-19. "We have 13 core values we try to live by and one of them is that you always have control of your attitude. I think we're really prepared for this situation because of how Anson [Dorrance] has taught us to deal with whatever comes our way." (Just Women's Sports)
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