UNC's Dunn player of year in soccer

From News ReleasesJanuary 16, 2013 

Crystal Dunn, Bryane Heaberlin and Kealia Ohai University of North Carolina Women's Soccer U20 Gold Medalists Dean E. Smith Center Chapel Hill, NC Wednesday, September 19, 2012


North Carolina midfielder Crystal Dunn and forward Kealia Ohai were named first-team All-Americas by Soccer America Magazine, and Dunn captured Soccer America Player of the Year honors Tuesday, the 11th Tar Heels player to do so.

Dunn’s goal beat Brigham Young 2-1 in the NCAA quarterfinals and she set up Ohai for the goal in the a 1-0 victory over defending champion Stanford in the semifinals.


Duke: Laura Weinberg was named to the Soccer America MVP second team, and Cassie Pecht was selected to the all-freshman first team. Weinberg had 16 goals, 12 assists for a school-record 44 points. Pecht registered six goals and 15 assists.

Elon: Chris Little was the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s Assistant Coach of the Year for the South Region.

the Phoenix won its first Southern Conference men’s tournament and made the NCAA tournament for the first time.

Swimming & Diving

Duke: Abby Johnston garnered ACC Female Diver of the Week honors after capturing the women’s 1-meter springboard competition during Saturday’s dual meet against South Carolina.

North Carolina: Danielle Siverling was the ACC Female Swimmer of the Week. She won the 100-meter freestyle and 200 freestyle and swam on two relay squads to help the Tar Heels defeat Navy.


Campbell: The Camels have added Old Dominion to their home schedule for April 3 at 6 p.m. and Savannah State will visit April 10 at 4 p.m.. Campbell scheduled a 6 p.m. matchup with Appalachian State at Finch Field in Thomasville. The games replace a canceled home series with Bethune-Cookman.


Saint Augustine’s: Tyron Laughinghouse, the Falcons’ career leader in receptions (139), receiving yards (2,286) and touchdown catches (32), will play in the inaugural Raycom College Football All-Star Classic in Montgomery, Ala. Kickoff is 3 p.m. Saturday.

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