Sarah Teegarden's free kick at the 107:52 mark was the game-winner in the back-and-forth contest.
Peyton Perea scored her fifth goal of the season, but the Tar Heels responded with two straight goals to win.
The Demon Deacons had one shot hit off the post and four others saved in the losing effort.
Peyton Perea scored an equalizer for the Deacs in the first half, but the Hurricanes recorded the game-winner in the second half.
Peyton Perea scored late and Lindsay Preston made eight saves, but the Tigers struck twice in the second half to claim the win.
The Fighting Irish scored a late goal to defeat the Demon Deacons, 1-0.
Wake Forest earned its first ACC win of 2016 with a 2-0 win over No. 25 Boston College.
The Demon Deacons pushed their shutout streak to four straight games, knocking off the Big Green, 1-0, on Friday night.
The Demon Deacons battled back from a halftime deficit to win the season-opener over the Toreros, 2-1, on Aug. 19.
The Demon Deacons wrapped up the 2015 season by taking down ACC foe Louisville, 2-1, at Spry Stadium on Senior Day.
Started in eight games while making 15 appearances…Missed much of October due to an ankle injury suffered against Virginia Tech (Oct. 5)…Finished the season with one goal and three assists for a total of five points…Scored the lone goal in the season-opener at Georgia (Aug. 18)…Recorded an assist at Davidson (Aug. 20)…Had a two-assist game at Michigan State (Sept. 7)…Suffered an injury against Virginia Tech and returned to the field to face Georgetown (Nov. 10) in the first round of the NCAA Championships…Also saw the field against Penn State (Nov. 17)…Despite the injury, she still finished second on the team with 14 shots on goal and third with 28 shots.
Appeared in all 18 games, starting 17 of them ... Led the team with six goals and 49 shots, finishing tied for second with 12 points ... First goal of the year was a game-winner in a 1-0 victory over Dartmouth (Sept. 2) ... Also found the back of the net against New Hampshire (Sept. 4), Clemson (Sept. 16), Miami (Oct. 2), North Carolina (Oct. 9) and Syracuse (Oct. 20) ... Took four-or-more shots in a game eight times, including a season-high six against New Hampshire.
Played in 10 total games and made eight starts, missing more than a month of the season due to injury ... Finished the season with four points on a pair of goals ... Tallied the game-winner in the season finale, a 2-1 win over Louisville ... Scored her first-career goal against Virginia Tech ... Totaled 14 shots, seven of them on target ... Took a season-high six shots against Virginia.
Spent time with the United States U14 and U15 National Teams, and as a member of the U17 Player Pool ... Rated as the No. 28 recruit nationally by TopDrawerSoccer ... A four-star recruit, Perea was listed as the No. 9 midfielder ... Named an NSCAA Youth All-American in 2013 ... Claimed the 2012 US Youth National Soccer championship ... Won Region IV championships in 2013 and 2014 ... Member of the Cal South ODP State team from 2011-14, scoring a goal to help win the championship in 2014.
Daughter of Christian and Ingrid Perea ... Born March 28, 1997 ... Full name is Peyton Leigh Perea ... Older sister, Channing, played soccer at New Mexico and California Baptist.
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