Tiffany Roberts played soccer at the University of North Carolina and helped UNC win the NCAA Championship as a Sophomore. The next year Roberts started all 28 games as a midfielder and defender and took the team to back to back NCAA Chamionships. In her last year at UNC Roberts started in all games again and earned the Atlantic Coat Conference Tournament MVP. She led the Tar Heels to an undefeated season and their third straight NCAA Championship Game.
While in college Roberts was also a part of the USWNT. She made her debut in 1994 and scored her first goal that same year. Roberts was a part of the Gold Medal winning team in the 1996 Olympics and the 1999 FIFA World Cup. She was also a founder and player in the nations frst professional women's soccer league, the WUSA. After her playing career Roberts started a successfull collegiate soccer coaching career.