North Carolina played two games in Women's Soccer this weekend and won two. Competing in the Duke Nike Classic, they defeated UCLA on Friday and followed that up with a victory over West Virginia on Sunday.
On Friday, it was a matchup of two of the top teams in the Country when top ranked Carolina faced 3rd ranked UCLA. The game did not disappoint.
It took 78 minutes for the game to be decided. Crystal Dunn broke a scoreless tie with a strike to the right corner from 10 yards out. The goal proved to be the game winner.
Dunn had a terrific game with 6 total shots, 3 on goal and she scored the game winning and only goal.
The Tar Heels were the aggressors for most of the game leading the Bruins in shots (23-6) and shots on goal (8-2).
Anna Sieloff and Bryane Heaberlin split time in goal and the pair were only forced to save two shots in the game.
The Tar Heels dominated in corner chances as well by a margin of 11-1.
Things were much different on Sunday. UNC scored two goals within the first 20 minutes of the game. They added two more and held a 4-0 lead over West Virginia before the Mountaineers scored their first goal at the 59 minute mark. They held on to win by a 4-2 score.
Four different Tar Heels scored in the game including Crystal Dunn who registered her 6th goal of the season. Kealia Ohai opened the scoring with her 4th of the season while Joanna Boyles and Summer Green each added a goal, as well.
The Heels out shot West Virginia by a 19-3 margin and had 9 shots on goal to just 2 by the Mountaineers.
With the win, Carolina improved their record to 6-0. with four of their wins being shutouts. They begin conference play on Thursday at Virginia Tech. The Hokies have started off their season at 4-0-1.