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UNC Field Hockey scores 3 goals in final 5 minutes to beat No. 5 Princeton


The No. 1 North Carolina field hockey team protected its home turf in thrilling fashion Friday, scoring three times in the final 5:01 of play to beat No. 5 Princeton 4-3 at Stadium (Highlights). Senior Marissa Creatore, who grew up in Chapel Hill, scored the game-winner on a cross from sophomore with 24 seconds left in regulation. (GoHeels.com)

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