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RECORD BOOK: North Carolina's 19 titles
December 8th, 2008 8AM
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North Carolina has won 19 out of the 27 NCAA Division I women's championships. The Tar Heels have never gone more than two years without winning a title. Five of the last eight UNC titles have come against Notre Dame in the final.

1982 North Carolina 1-0 Central Florida
1983 North Carolina 4-0 George Mason
1984 North Carolina 2-0 Connecticut
1985 George Mason 2-0 North Carolina
1986 North Carolina 2-0 Colorado College
1987 North Carolina 1-0 Massachusetts
1988 North Carolina 1-0 N.C. State
1989 North Carolina 2-0 Colorado College
1990 North Carolina 6-0 Connecticut
1991 North Carolina 3-1 Wisconsin
1992 North Carolina 9-1 Duke
1993 North Carolina 6-0 George Mason
1994 North Carolina 5-0 Notre Dame
1995 Notre Dame 1-0 Portland (3 OT)
1996 North Carolina 1-0 Notre Dame (2 OT)
1997 North Carolina 2-0 Connecticut
1998 Florida 1-0 North Carolina
1999 North Carolina 2-0 Notre Dame
2000 North Carolina 2-1 UCLA
2001 Santa Clara 1-0 North Carolina
2002 Portland 2-1 Santa Clara (OT)
2003 North Carolina 6-0 Connecticut
2004 Notre Dame 1-1 UCLA (4-3 on penalties)
2005 Portland 4-0 UCLA
2006 North Carolina 2-1 Notre Dame
2007 USC 2-0 Florida State
2008 North Carolina 2-1 Notre Dame



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