UNC Field Hockey’s Quest for Four-Peat Ends With Loss to Northwestern


For the first time in three years, there will be a new champion in NCAA field hockey. North Carolina's quest for a four-peat ended on Friday afternoon in Iowa City, as the Tar Heels fell to Northwestern in the first-round of the NCAA Tournament, 2-0. This is UNC’s first NCAA Tournament loss since 2017. They had made 12 straight Final Fours since then. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Field Hockey’s Quest for Four-Peat Ends With Loss to Northwestern


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