April 10, 2018
The UNC men’s swimming and diving team has a bona fide star right out of the box. Greg Duncan of Oakton, Va., who just finished his first year at Carolina, has been named the ACC...Read More
March 1, 2018
Carolina has claimed the first Atlantic Coast Conference championship in the history of the women’s fencing program, pulling off an epic upset by beating Duke for the first time since 2015 and then winning fence-offs...Read More
Jan. 17, 2018
In its 92nd season this fall, Kenan Stadium will offer individual seats with chair backs — 22 inches wide with arm rests. Removal of the stadium’s bleachers and installation of the chair-back seats is set...Read More
Nine minutes into overtime, UNC sophomore Heather O’Reilly scored the winning goal — off a pass from Mia Hamm ’94 — for the U.S. Women’s Soccer team in the semifinal match against World Cup champion Germany.
The final score was 2-1. Kristine Lilly ’93 scored the first goal for the U.S. Team in the 33rd minute, a goal that Germany matched in added injury time.
When the U.S. faces Brazil for the second time of the tournament, it will be for the gold, and it might be without its captain, Julie Foudy, who injured her ankle in the second half Monday night. Coach April Heinrichs ’86 will wait until game night to determine whether Foudy can play, but says Foudy is already off of crutches and walking around.
Read more about the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team at NBCOlympics.com: