The junior has seen time this season at forward, attacking midfielder and wing midfielder and has flip-flopped so much recently that she sometimes forgets where she's supposed to warm up on the field before games.
"We sort of drop her into the holes wherever there's a problem, and she solves it for us," UNC coach Anson Dorrance said.
Remy will warm up with the forwards today as the fifth-seeded Tar Heels
(19-3) take on top-seeded Notre Dame (23-0-1) in the semifinals of the Women's College Cup at Spartan Stadium in San Jose, Calif., at 8 p.m. EST. The game will air on tape delay Saturday at 3 p.m. on espn2.
The winner will play in the championship game on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. EST against either sixth-seeded UCLA (18-3-1) or unseeded Portland (18-3). The title game will air live on espn2.
Remy started the season in the midfield but was moved up front not long after forward Susan Bush tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee on Oct. 25.
But Remy, who primarily played forward last season, has been shifted into the middle frequently since moving up top. One of those times was Saturday. She replaced junior Jena Kluegel on the left wing after Kluegel sustained a right ankle injury in the 56th minute of UNC's 3-0 NCAA quarterfinal win against Connecticut.
Although her numbers have dropped as a result of a move to a less prominent place in the offense (three goals and 12 assists this season, compared to 13 goals and 14 assists last year), Remy said she's content with her role and doesn't mind the constant movement.
"It doesn't bother me," Remy said. "I just want to help the team out any way I can, and wherever (Dorrance) needs me, I'll go. I'll play goalkeeper if he wanted me to - but I don't think he wants me to do that."