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Women's Soccer Team Celebrates National Championship With Campus Ceremony
Hundreds of Tar Heel students, parents, alumni and friends gathered Thursday evening in Carmichael Arena to celebrate the women’s soccer team’s 21st national championship. The ceremony, which lasted for approximately 60 minutes, began with a montage of video clips from...

UNC celebrates 'unexpected' national title
There was talk Thursday in Carmichael Arena during a gathering to salute North Carolina winning its 22nd national women’s soccer title about how this crown had the best fit of them all. UNC coach Anson Dorrance told UNC athletics director...

Crystal Dunn Named Hermann Trophy Finalist
North Carolina junior midfielder Crystal Dunn, who was a key player in the Tar Heels’ run to the 2012 NCAA championship, is one of three women named as finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club’s (MAC) Hermann Trophy. The MAC Hermann...

A little luck, a lot of perseverance led UNC to 22nd championship
When she was 8 years old, Caitlin Ball served as a ball girl at Fetzer Field for North Carolina women’s soccer games. She dreamed of one day running up and down that field, a member of the Tar Heels, and...

Video: Women's Soccer National Championship Highlights
Highlights from North Carolina's 4-1 victory over Penn State in the women's soccer national championship game. This is the 21st NCAA title for Tar Heels women's soccer:...

Weekend Wrap: December 3
For the 39th time--easily the most for any Atlantic Coast Conference athletic department--North Carolina claimed an NCAA championship this weekend. For the 21st time, it came in women's soccer. After nail-biting wins for most of the postseason, Sunday's game was...

Winning 21st title no easy feat for North Carolina
The college soccer season came to a close the same way it has 21 times in 31 iterations of the Women's College Cup. Don't be fooled into thinking another North Carolina national championship was just more of the same. It...

To The Mountain Top
Remarkably resilient North Carolina returned to the mountaintop for the first time since 2009 Sunday, downing Penn State 4-1 to win its 21st NCAA women’s soccer championship. The No. 13-ranked Tar Heels (15-5-3), the lowest-ranked team in the College Cup’s...

Tar Heels show heart in national championship victory
Anson Dorrance previously held a near monopoly on college soccer, winning 16 championships in 19 years up to 2000, but it took 12 years to win five more. “It’s harder, the opponents are better,” Dorrance said. “The coaches are continuing...

Lucas: Feels Like Home
It is Sunday night at about 7:30 p.m. Eastern time, and Chapel Hill native Hanna Gardner has had approximately 90 minutes to get used to the idea that she is a national champion. She grew up idolizing Tar Heel women's...

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