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Jonathan Campbell Named ACC Men's Soccer Scholar-Athlete Of The Year

UNC senior defender Jonathan Campbell has been named the 2015 ACC Men’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A business administration major with a focus in corporate finance and a minor in Spanish, Campbell was named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team and CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team. On the field, he was a First Team All-America.

UNC Football 2016 Live Signing Day Updates

National Signing Day live updates for UNC's 2016 football recruiting class as undecided recruits make their final decisions, Letters of Intent roll in, and the newest crop of Tar Heels takes shape.

UNC Helped Shape 2016 MLS SuperDraft

No college soccer program played a larger role in shaping the 2016 MLS SuperDraft than the Tar Heels from North Carolina. When the Chicago Fire took All-America defender Jonathan Campbell with the 12th pick in the first round at Baltimore’s Convention Center, that selection marked the third player from the 2015 UNC squad drafted in the first dozen picks.

UNC Trio Picked In MLS SuperDraft First Round

It was a banner day for the UNC men’s soccer program with three players - Omar Holness, Jordan McCrary and Jonathan Campbell - all selected in the first round of the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. Holness, the Jamaican International, was taken fifth overall by Real Salt Lake, followed by McCrary who went to the New England Revolution with the 10th selection.

Jonathan Campbell Named First Team Scholar All-America

Jonathan Campbell added another award to his full trophy case on Thursday when the UNC defender was named to the Scholar All-America First Team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. The recent UNC grad compiled a 3.92 grade-point-average as a business administration major. His GPA was tops among the 11 members of the first team.

Jonathan Campbell Named First Team Soccer All-America

Jonathan Campbell earned first team All-America honors on Friday by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. A first team All-ACC selection from Greensboro, N.C., Campbell also earned first team Academic All-America honors during his 2015 senior campaign. Earlier this week he was named All-South Region first team by the NSCAA.

Campbell, George, McCrary Named to All-South Region Soccer Team

North Carolina men’s soccer seniors Jonathan Campbell, Raby George and Jordan McCrary were named to the 2015 NSCAA Division I All-South Region Teams. Campbell and George landed on the first team, while McCrary earned third-team honors. Campbell, a first team All-ACC selection from Greensboro, N.C., garnered his second career all-region selection.

Jonathan Campbell Named MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalist

UNC senior defender Jonathan Campbell has been named a semifinalist for the 2015 MAC Hermann Trophy, the most prestigious award in college soccer. Campbell, a first team All-ACC selection, is one of the top defenders in college soccer. Serving as the Tar Heel team captain in 2015, Campbell guided UNC to the NCAA Round of 16 for the third time in his four seasons.

Jonathan Campbell Headlines Six Heels On All-ACC Men's Soccer Team

Led by first team selection Jonathan Campbell, UNC had had six players on the All-ACC men’s soccer teams, announced Tuesday. Campbell, a three-time All-ACC selection, garners first-team plaudits for the first time in his senior season. The 2014 first team Academic All-America has started all 18 games, and is considered one of the top defenders in all of college soccer.

Paige Neuenfeldt Named Senior CLASS Award Finalist

North Carolina middle hitter Paige Neuenfeldt was selected as one of 10 finalists for the prestigious Senior CLASS Award, given to one Division I senior student-athlete in the nation in each participating sport. Neuenfeldt is the third UNC student-athlete to be named a 2015 Senior CLASS Award finalist, joining Carolina soccer players Jonathan Campbell and Paige Nielsen.

UNC Men's Soccer Honors Seniors With A 1-0 Victory

Tucker Hume notched his ninth goal of the season to lift No. 5 North Carolina 1-0 over the Northeastern Huskies on Senior Night Tuesday at Fetzer Field. Carolina (14-1-1) started off the night by celebrating the six seniors on the squad: Jonathan Campbell, Jordan McCrary, Sam Euler, Alex Olofson, Tyler Ray and Raby George.

Jonathan Campbell Selected A Candidate For Senior CLASS Award

Jonathan Campbell is among sixty NCAA men’s and women’s soccer student-athletes who excel both on and off the field and were selected as candidates Thursday for the 2015 Senior CLASS Award. Campbell is a four-year starter for the fourth-ranked Tar Heels. In 2014, Campbell was named a first team Academic All-America and also earned All-ACC honors for the third-straight year.

Campbell, Holness Earn Preseason Best XI Honors

Jonathan Campbell and Omar Holness of the UNC men’s soccer program were named to the Top Drawer Soccer preseason Best XI teams. Campbell, a senior defender from Greensboro, N.C., was selected on the second team. The 2014 first team Academic All-America was a third team All-ACC pick last year, and was an All-South Region selection back in 2013.

Four Tar Heels Earn All-America Honors In Men's Soccer

Sophomore Boyd Okwuonu and Mikey Lopez each earned a pair of All-America honors this week, while freshmen Danny Garcia and Jonathan Campbell were named All-Freshman. Lopez was pegged for the first on Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Year, while Okwuonu was tabbed for the second team.

No. 6 UNC Races Past Clemson, 2-0

No. 6 North Carolina used goals from Jonathan Campbell and Mikey Lopez to roll to a 2-0 road win at Clemson Friday night. Jonathan Campbell notched his first career goal with less than 10 minutes to play in the first half. After the Tar Heels earned a free kick 35 yards from goal, Cameron Brown stepped up and struck a low ball on target.

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