by PETER SMITH-KINGSLEY Jun 30, 2015
EDMONTON, Alberta —The UNC-CH women’s soccer team takes on Germany today on the coveted World Cup stage for the teams’ semifinal match.
Excitement, if tempered, is building on Chapel Hill’s campus. “I like that our school is representing America, but I hate the uniforms,” said Peter Gozenia, a junior studying Oceanic textile art. “I mean, where’s the argyle? They’re unrecognizable.”
Others were miffed that any other school was sharing the field with the Tarheels. “I heard they had get an extra 17 players who didn’t even ever play here on the team,” said Echo Dumas, a sophomore in Diversity Engineering. “I guess it was to follow a rule or something. Whatever. UNC’s gonna kick Germany’s ass.”