In one of the most unique situations in college soccer, Ben Speas tallied the game-winning goal to win his second consecutive NCAA College Cup. But this time, it was for the North Carolina Tar Heels, not the reigning-Akron Zips.
With five minutes and thirteen seconds remaining in the second half, the top-seeded North Carolina men’s soccer team was almost certain it was headed back to Chapel Hill with a loss to UCLA in the College Cup semifinal round. But then redshirt junior Billy Schuler stepped into the picture.
An easy 97-48 victory against Evansville allowed the No. 4 North Carolina basketball team to return to its fundamentals.
The top-seeded North Carolina men’s soccer team struggled to find a rhythm in the first half of Sunday’s NCAA third round game as Indiana threw a wrench in its well-oiled machine with some troubling matchups.
After missing his first start of the season in the opening round of the ACC tournament Tuesday, injured North Carolina forward Billy Schuler clocked only 73 combined minutes during Friday’s semifinal and Sunday’s championship match. But he made sure those minutes counted.
The No. 3 North Carolina men’s soccer team beat North Carolina State 4-0 in the ACC tournament quarterfinals Tuesday, but it had to do so without leading-scorer Billy Schuler.
After North Carolina’s 72-65 Sweet 16 loss to Stanford last March, the women’s basketball team was left with more than one gaping hole.
After spending almost an hour combined in overtime thus far this season, the No. 4 North Carolina men’s soccer team seems to have finally found a relaxing rhythm in the high-stress periods.
DAVIDSON — When the whistle blew to signal the kickoff of Monday night’s match between the No. 2 North Carolina men’s soccer team and Davidson, UNC goalkeeper Scott Goodwin had one simple, succinct request for his teammates.
The No. 2 North Carolina men’s soccer team witnessed a couple of familiar faces notching goals during UNC’s 4-2 win against College of Charleston on Friday. But in addition to the tried and true Tar Heel scorers, there were some new ones, too. After an early Charleston goal, senior Butler transfer Matt Hedges headed in a corner kick from Ben Speas to give UNC the equalizer.
As the top-seeded North Carolina men’s soccer team prepares to face UNC Charlotte tomorrow in the College Cup finals, there’s little on the players’ minds but performance.
In the second instance of penalty kicks on the day, the top-seeded North Carolina men’s soccer team advances to the national championship, ousting UCLA.
The top-seeded North Carolina men’s soccer team trails 1-0 at the half of the College Cup semifinal match against UCLA.