CHAPEL HILL — Sixth-ranked North Carolina gave up an early goal but rallied past Maryland 3-1 in women’s soccer Sunday at Fetzer Field.
The Tar Heels surrendered a goal in just 17 seconds, but tallies by Summer Green, Kealia Ohai and Satara Murray rallied North Carolina past the Terrapins.
North Carolina has won three straight games since back-to-back losses in mid-September and has equaled its regular-season win total from a year ago. The Tar Heels move to 10-2, 4-2 ACC. Maryland fell to 7-6, 3-4.
Duke: The Duke women’s soccer team had scoring opportunities at Boston College, but couldn’t capitalize as the Blue Devils dropped a 4-1 decision in Newton, Mass. With the loss, Duke falls to 4-6-3 overall and 1-4-2 in the ACC.
Boston College (7-6, 4-4) came out in the first half and took the first three shots before Duke’s Kim DeCesare notched the first attempt for the Blue Devils in the 19th minute that was saved.
N.C. State: The Wolfpack collected its second ACC road win of the weekend with a 3-1 victory against Syracuse. The Wolfpack dominated the first two sets, winning 25-11 and 25-17, respectively, before dropping the third set, 25-20. N.C. State responded to win the fourth set, 25-18.
The Wolfpack moves to 12-4, 3-1 ACC, while Syracuse fell to 5-11, 0-4.
Duke: The Blue Devils extended their winning streak to nine matches as they defeated in-state rival Wake Forest 3-0 (25-16, 25-22, 25-19) in Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke improves to 13-2, 4-0 ACC, while the Deacons fall to 13-3, 1-3.
North Carolina: The Tar Heels remained undefeated with a 3-0 (25-17, 27-25, 25-21) victory against Boston College. With its fourth straight sweep, UNC improved to 15-0, 4-0 ACC. Boston College fell to 8-8, 0-4.
Duke: The Blue Devils (10-2, 2-0 ACC) downed Wake Forest 3-1 at Williams Field at Jack Katz Stadium. Aileen Johnson, Hannah Barreca and Emmie Le Marchand tallied goals. The Deacons fell to 8-4, 0-3.
North Carolina: The Tar Heels scored twice in each half and played shutout defense to top visiting California 4-0.
The Tar Heels snapped a two-game losing streak, which included an overtime loss to No. 1 Maryland on Saturday, and improved to 9-2 on the season with the win. The Bears fell to 4-6.
North Carolina: North Carolina freshman Jamie Loeb is the singles champion at the 2013 Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships.
Loeb won all 11 singles matches she played at the LA Tennis Center this week to become the first player in North Carolina program history to win the event, taking down top-seeded Robin Anderson of UCLA by a score of 6-4, 6-0.