North Carolina men’s soccer Coach Carlos Somoano searched all season for a reliable striker.
Two weeks ago, North Carolina suffered its only loss of the season at Kenan Stadium against Georgia Tech after the Yellow Jackets returned the second-half kickoff for a touchdown en route to 30 points in the third quarter and a 68-50 victory.
The North Carolina football team took the lead just before halftime Saturday against Georgia Tech.
Danny Garcia scored his fourth goal of the season to give No. 3 North Carolina (15-2-1) a 1-0 start to postseason play in its ACC quarterfinal against Duke (8-8-2) Tuesday night at Fetzer Field.
The No. 3 North Carolina men’s soccer team clinched a share of the ACC regular season title in a 4-0 drubbing of Boston College on senior night.
North Carolina junior transfer Andy Craven returned to the College of Charleston Saturday night to play some of his former teammates.
This season, No. 2 North Carolina men’s soccer coach Carlos Somoano has alternated between playing with a lone striker, Martin Murphy, and partnering him with Andy Craven.
Larry Fedora lived up to his reputation as an aggressive coach even in the second half of North Carolina’s 66-0 romp against Idaho on Saturday, breaking UNC’s record for points scored in a game set in 1928 against Wake Forest.
A thunderstorm delayed No. 1 North Carolina’s 2-0 win over Virginia Tech by 90 minutes in both teams’ ACC opener.
Noted: North Carolina and Georgia Tech combined to score the most points, 118, in ACC history. The two teams combined for more than 1,000 yards of total offense, and almost 500 yards of kickoff return yards. UNC allowed the second-most points in school history, only one point less than the 69 the Tar Heels allowed against Louisville in 2005. UNC set a school scored for most points scored in a loss with 50.
Danny Garcia scored his fourth goal of the season to give the North Carolina men’s soccer team a positive start to postseason play in its ACC quarterfinal against Duke. UNC midfielder Raby George stole the ball from Duke’s Zach Mathers on the edge of the Blue Devils’ box in the 22nd minute before slipping a pass to Garcia.
No. 3 North Carolina has already clinched the second seed in the ACC Tournament, but it leads 1-0 at halftime against Boston College on Senior Night.
Five different Tar Heels scored touchdowns in the first half against Idaho to lead North Carolina to a 45-0 halftime lead Saturday. The Tar Heels opened the scoring on a 36-yard flea flicker in which quarterback Bryn Renner handed the ball to Giovani Bernard, who pitched the ball back for Renner to throw to an open Sean Tapley. Bernard had two rushing touchdowns, including a 68-yard run that was the longest of his career. Freshman receiver Quinshad Davis caught the first touchdown of his career on a 35-yard throw from Renner. UNC blocked two punts in the first half, including tailback Romar Morris’ second blocked punt of the year.
A thunderstorm delayed No. 1 North Carolina’s 2-0 win over Virginia Tech by 90 minutes in both teams’ first ACC game of the season. But even the heavy rain couldn’t cool off UNC senior Martin Murphy, who scored two goals in the first half.
UNC played its season opener Saturday night without four of its top five scores from last year’s NCAA championship team in Billy Schuler, Enzo Martinez, Ben Speas and Matt Hedges.