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No Shelton, No Problem: UNC Field Hockey Advances to ACC Championship


The UNC field hockey team entered Friday’s ACC semifinal against Syracuse trying to avenge a 5-0 defeat to the Orange in October. They did so convincingly, taking down the tournament hosts 4-1 to advance to Sunday’s ACC Championship Game (Highlights). Oh, and they did it without head coach , who will return to the sideline Sunday. (Chapelboro.com)

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No Shelton, No Problem: UNC Field Hockey Advances to ACC Championship


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