Friday, October 14th
Men’s Soccer: W 2-1 vs. Duke
UNC beat Duke in a close game that came down to the final minutes of regulation. No goals were scored in the first half of the game, but Duke scored in the 63rd minute to take the lead. Just six minutes later, Nils Bruening scored on a header with assists from Jeremy Kelly and Walker Hume. It wasn’t until the 81st minute that Zach Wright scored the game-winning goal.
Volleyball: W 3-2 vs. Notre Dame
The Tar Heels won an intense battle against Notre Dame after a full five sets. Julia Scoles put up 23 kills and 21 digs, Taylor Leath had 15 kills with 23 digs, and Taylor Tracy had 11 kills. Abigail Curry contributed 32 assists and 10 digs, Mariah Evans had 22 assists, and Sheila Doyle tallied up 40 digs.
Women’s Soccer: L 0-1 vs. Notre Dame
Carolina couldn’t get anything to go in on Friday night. It was the game of the goalkeepers as Notre Dame saved five shots on goal, and UNC’s Lindsey Harris saved eight. She would eventually flinch, giving up a goal at 56 minutes on a free kick.
Saturday, October 15th
Field Hockey: L 0-1 vs. Louisville
In a tough loss, the No. 3 North Carolina fell to the No. 7 Louisville. UNC made a total of 11 shots against their five, however a goal at 45 minutes proved to be the difference in the matchup.
Sunday, October 16th
Volleyball: W 3-0 vs. Louisville
UNC went right through Louisville without much resistance from the home team. Taylor Borup finished with 13 kills and Taylor Leath had 11. Sheila Doyle served up three aces and accumulated 13 digs, while Mariah Evans had three aces of her own. Abigail Curry contributed 17 assists.
Field Hockey: W 6-0 vs. Miami
After falling to Louisville the day before, the Tar Heels bounced back with an easy win over the Hurricanes. Malin Evert scored 10 minutes into the game with an assist from Eva van’t Hoog. Marissa Creatore scored at 18 minutes with the help of Gab Major. It wasn’t until the 42nd minute that Creatore scored again, this time with an assist from Ashley Hoffman. Van’t Hoog scored a goal of her own at 54 minutes with an assist from Krist Bernatchez. Lauren Moyer scored at 63 minutes with help from Emma Bozek, and Bozek scored just two minutes later to give North Carolina six goals altogether.
Tuesday, October 18th
Men’s Soccer: 0-0 T vs. College of Charleston
The Tar Heels couldn’t manage a goal over their opponents on Tuesday night, as the game ultimately ended in a scoreless tie after 110 minutes. Charleston’s goalkeeper made 10 saves on the night, halting any hope of UNC victory.