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"I spent 17 years chasing the game I loved. I played every weekend, holiday and summer until I was 22 years old. I collected memories, trophies and battle scars. And then, in one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made, I walked away. I felt sure that it was best for me, and most days, I believe I was right." --Teryn (Brill) Galloway, UNC 2012. (Team USA)

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'Wouldn't trade it for anything': How Karen Shelton made UNC field hockey a dynasty
Karen Shelton Stadium, home of the reigning back-to-back national champion North Carolina field hockey team, is named after the Tar Heels’ Hall of Fame head...

Governor Roy Cooper Honors National Champion UNC Field Hockey Team
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper honored the UNC Field Hockey team this week with a trip to the Governor’s Mansion and a proclamation over its...

UNC celebrates eighth annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day
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Photos: National Girls & Women in Sports Day at UNC
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