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US soccer star Tobin Heath inspires as she thanks God for Women's World Cup victory
Right after Tobin Heath helped the US soccer team win the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, beating Japan 5-2 in Vancouver, Canada, on Sunday, she...

Klingenberg awed by post-World Cup attention
Meghan Klingenberg is exhausted, but in the best way. Winning a World Cup will do that. The Richland native played in all of the United...

World Cup champ Tobin Heath displayed soccer gift at 4
When Tobin Heath was 4, her father saw an advertisement in a brochure regarding a soccer clinic behind the YMCA in the Basking Ridge section...

Former Tar Heels, World Cup winners proud of 2015 team
As the World Cup final ended on Sunday, the United States once again held the crown. Two former Tar Heels, two former National Team players...

Klingenberg's toughness and will key in U.S. World Cup
Meghan Klingenberg played every minute of every game during the 2015 World Cup. Part of the stingy United States defensive back line, the former Tar...

Tobin Heath: "An electrifying player with pure love of the game"
In the 52nd minute of Sunday's United States victory over Japan in the Women's World Cup final, midfielder Tobin Heath knocked in a pass from...

Heath, Klingenberg Help U.S. Win World Cup
The Women's World Cup came to a conclusion on Sunday with the United States taking a dominating 5-2 win over Japan. It was the first...

Video: Tobin Heath scores in World Cup final
Lost in Carli Lloyd's record-setting performance in the Women's World Cup final was another New Jersey native who helped Team USA pour it on against...

A look at incoming UNC athletes
From Chesterfield, Va., Kenny Williams is one of two incoming freshman for the North Carolina basketball team and looks ready to make an impact during...

Six former Tar Heels win first World Cup rings
Six former UNC players won their first World Cup rings with Sunday's 5-2 women's World Cup final win over Japan: starting midfielder Tobin Heath and...

Women's World Cup: Looking back at the USWNT's time in college
All 23 players on the 2015 United States team competing at this summer's Women's World Cup in Canada saw their careers go through an NCAA...

Heather O’Reilly talks revenge on Japan, adjusting to bench role
“As a soccer player the World Cup holds a special important,” said Heather O’Reilly, who played all 120 minutes of the 2011 final but did...

Anson Dorrance "Excited” to Watch Former Players in World Cup Final (audio)
Six former Tar Heels – Heather O’Reilly, Whitney Engen, Tobin Heath, Lori Chalupny, Meghan Klingenberg, and Ashlyn Harris – are preparing for the World Cup...

Mia Hamm to be part of delegation attending US-Japan World Cup final
Vice President Joe Biden, former US soccer stars Mia Hamm and Cobi Jones and others will be attending Sunday's Women's World Cup final as the...

England’s Lucy Bronze nominated for Women’s World Cup Golden Ball award
England’s Lucy Bronze has been nominated for the Golden Ball award at the Women’s World Cup. Bronze, who scored the winner against Canada in the...

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