Kate Eastman


UNC midfielder Verneri Valimaa (18) makes a cut as UNC Wilmington midfielder Seo-In Kim (23) defends.

Men's soccer fails to capitalize

North Carolina freshman Colton Storm’s chip arched toward the far corner of the net, but the shot landed harmlessly in the gloves of the UNC-Wilmington keeper with no Tar Heel blue in sight. Storm immediately threw up his hands in frustration — his figure illuminated by the scoreboard ticking down the final minutes of the match.

Own goals bury women's soccer

Senior Crystal Dunn watched her teammates take the field Friday night from a much different vantage point than her usual commanding position in the center of the field.

North Carolina soccer trailing Wilmington at the half

Although the North Carolina men’s soccer team outshot UNC-Wilmington 8-3 in the first half of Tuesday’s contest, it was the Seahawks that left the field with the one goal advantage. The Tar Heels have notoriously struggled all season in the offensive half, but they immediately charged the Seahawk defense at the sound of the first whistle.