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UNC Athletics Roundup

A Monday morning look at the week that was for the non-revenue sports at UNC.

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Women's soccer

The Tar Heels opened the season over the weekend with a pair of wins. First up was revenge against the Fighting Harold Arceneaux's of Weber State. UNC prevailed 3-0 on a pair of goals by Alexa Newfield and one from Alex Kimball.

On Sunday, the Tar Heels ripped Fresno State 7-0. Summer Green and Annie Kingman each tallied two goals. Newfield added her third in two games, Kimball her second of the season and Paige Nielsen had a goal in the rout.

Next up: 8./28 at Texas, 8/30 vs UT-San Antonio in Austin, TX.

Men's Soccer

UNC has played three exhibition games so far beating Winthrop 4-1 on August 14th, Davidson 5-4 last Wednesday and blanking Coastal Carolina 2-0 on Saturday.

UNC opens the season this weekend with a pair of games in Chapel Hill.

Next up: 8/28 vs FIU, 8/30 vsSanta Clara.

Field Hockey

The Tar Heels have scrimmaged against Liberty and Old Dominion ahead of the season opener this weekend in Michigan.

Next up: ACC/B1G Challenge - 8/29 at Michigan, 8/30 vs Iowa in Ann Arbor, MI

Men's golf

The season hasn't started but former UNC golfer Davis Love III(at a spry 51 years old) became the third oldest player to win a PGA Tour event on Sunday. Love shot a 6-under 64 to take the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro by one stroke over Jason Gore. When the day started much of the attention was on whether Tiger Woods could record his first win in two years. Love quietly put together an excellent round then waited over an hour while the final groups finished up.

The win was Love's 21st on his career. Earlier this year he was named captain of the United States 2016 Ryder Cup team.