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Sixteen Tar Heels Recognized For Earning 4.0 GPAs In Fall

Sixteen UNC student-athletes finished the 2015 fall semester with perfect 4.0 grade point averages, earning A’s in each class. The group is spread among eight different teams and a wide range of majors. All will be recognized as members of the 4.0 Club at the annual Student-Athlete Academic Luncheon at the end of the spring semester. (GoHeels.com)

Four Tar Heels Earn ACC Weaver-James Corrigan Recognition

Four UNC student-athletes were among 52 from around the ACC announced Wednesday as recipients of Weaver-James-Corrigan scholarships and awards. Seniors Casey Di Nardo, Emma Nunn, Marcus Paige and Houston Summers were recognized for outstanding academic and athletic performance during their careers in Chapel Hill. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Girls and Women in Sports Day at UNC

The annual Girls and Women in Sports Day took place in Fetzer Gym on Sunday, January 17. Hundreds of children had the opportunity to spend time with their favorite Carolina women's teams. View Video...

Tar Heels Third In Final Fall Director's Cup Standings

UNC is in third place in the final fall sports Learfield Directors’ Cup standings. The Tar Heels amassed 342 points in the fall, including 90 by the field hockey team, which reached the final four for the 20th time and played in its 16th national championship game. Carolina is third nationally behind Stanford (479.5) and Syracuse (347.5). (GoHeels.com)

Karen Shelton Named South Region Coach Of The Year

UNC field hockey head coach Karen Shelton has been named the South Region Coach of the Year, as selected by the National Field Hockey Coaches of America. Shelton, who is in her 35th year as UNC’s head coach, led the 2015 Tar Heels to a 21-3 record, an ACC Championship and an NCAA runner-up finish. UNC made its seventh consecutive trip to the final four. (GoHeels.com)

Three Tar Heels Earn All-America Field Hockey Honors

North Carolina field hockey seniors Nina Notman and Emily Wold have been named to the 2015 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America first team. Junior Julia Young was named to the second team. Wold earned the honor for the third time in her career, becoming the sixth player in Tar Heel program history to earn first team honors three or more times. (GoHeels.com)

Seven Tar Heels Earn All-Region Field Hockey Honors

Seven members of the 2015 UNC field hockey team have earned All-South Region honors, as announced Monday by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA). Casey Di Nardo, Nina Notman, Emily Wold and Julia Young were named to the first team, and Ashley Hoffman, Gab Major and Eva van’t Hoog were named to the second team. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Field Hockey Falls In National Championship Game

North Carolina made a second-half comeback but ultimately fell short in its quest for the seventh NCAA Field Hockey Championship in program history, losing 4-2 to Syracuse Sunday in the national title game at the University of Michigan’s Phyllis Ocker Field. The Tar Heels, ranked No. 1 in the nation and seeded No. 2 in the tournament field, finished their season 21-3. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Field Hockey Meets Syracuse For National Championship

UNC’s 2015 field hockey season will reach its culmination Sunday as the top-ranked Tar Heels (21-2) take on Syracuse for the NCAA Championship. The teams meet at 1 p.m. at the University of Michigan’s Phyllis Ocker Field to determine which will wear this year’s crown. Top-seeded, second-ranked Syracuse (20-1) is playing for its first NCAA title. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Field Hockey Advances To Title Game With 2-0 Win Over Duke

Freshman Malin Evert scored twice and the Tar Heel defense earned its sixth shutout of the season as top-ranked North Carolina beat No. 6 Duke Friday in the NCAA Field Hockey Championship semifinals. The Tar Heels (21-2) will play No. 2 Syracuse, which beat defending national champion Connecticut 3-1 in the first of Friday’s semifinal games, on Sunday at 1 p.m. for the NCAA championship. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Field Hockey Clinches Spot in NCAA Championship with 2-0 win vs. Duke

The second-seeded Tar Heels took down rival Duke 2-0 in the Final Four on November 20, 2015. Carolina will play the top-seeded Syracuse Orange in the final. View Video...

UNC Field Hockey Arrives In Michigan For Final Four Matchup With Duke

The North Carolina field hockey team arrived in Michigan Wednesday evening for this weekend’s NCAA final four. The top-ranked Tar Heels, seeded second in the tournament field, will meet Duke on Friday at 2:45 p.m. in the second national semifinal game. Top-seeded Syracuse and defending champion UConn meet in the first at noon. (GoHeels.com)

UNC field hockey turns to experience, youth in tournament time

The UNC field hockey team survived its first weekend of the NCAA Tournament. The No. 1 Tar Heels, who entered the tournament as a second-seeded squad, defeated No. 15 Boston University 4-2 on Saturday and took down No. 10 Michigan 1-0 on Sunday. With the victories, UNC (20-2) is headed to its 20th Final Four, including its seventh in a row. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Field Hockey Headed Back To Final Four After Shutout Of Michigan

The top-ranked North Carolina field hockey team beat No. 10 Michigan 1-0 Sunday to advance to its seventh consecutive NCAA semifinal and 20th in program history. Freshman Ashley Hoffman scored the game-winner on a first-half penalty corner. “I thought it was a fantastic game,” said UNC coach Karen Shelton, whose team is making an NCAA-best 32nd tournament appearance. (GoHeels.com)

Top-Ranked UNC Field Hockey Advances With Win Over No. 15 Boston U

Top-ranked North Carolina advanced to the second round of NCAA Field Hockey Championship play with a 4-2 win over No. 15 Boston University Saturday afternoon in a first-round game at Francis E. Henry Stadium. The Tar Heels will take on No. 10 Michigan on Sunday at 2 p.m. for a spot in national semifinals. Michigan advanced with a 2-1 win over No. 7 Wake Forest. (GoHeels.com)

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