The Tar Heels Men and Women teams were in action over the weekend with successful results.

The Women defeated N.C. State on Thursday, 3-0 and followed that up with a 1-0 win over Boston College on Sunday.

Crystal Dunn scored twice to lead Carolina past the Wolfpack. She found the back of the net at the 20 minute mark and followed that up at the 58 minute point. Amber Munerlyn added an insurance goal at the 83 minute mark.

The 4th ranked Tar Heels dominated throughout finishing with a 26-1 shot advantage and 20-0 in corner kicks. Only one State shot was on goal in the game.

N.C State fell to 1-7 in conference play after the loss.

On Sunday, the Carolina women traveled to Newton, Mass to face the Boston College Eagles in front of over 1500 fans.

The game was scoreless until Kelly McFarlane scored the game winner and only goal at the 64 minute mark.

It was a competitive game with the Tar Heels edging the Eagles on shots by a 13-9 advantage. 

Crystal Dunn fired 5 shots and came up with the assist to McFarlane in the lone goal of the game. 

With the victories, North Carolina goes to 12-2 overall and improves to 6-2 in the ACC. They will be back on the pitch on Thursday against Syracuse, looking for their 6th straight victory. The game will be at 2 pm from Fetzer Field.

Meanwhile, the Men bounced back from a tough loss to Clemson on the road at Boston College. They came away with a 2-1 win against the Eagles on Saturday.

Tyler Engel started the Tar Heels scoring with a shot from 15 yards out 11:23 minutes into the game. Josh Rice tapped in a shot after a free kick at the 24 minute mark and the Tar Heels held on to the victory.

Engel led the team with 4 shots to go with his goal and North Carolina out shot the Eagles by an 11-10 advantage.

It was a needed win for North Carolina who logged their first conference win after 5 draws in conference play. They move to 4-2-5 on the season and will return to Chapel Hill to face Syracuse on Friday.