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Erin Matson Named National Player Of The Year By Bolster Field Hockey


North Carolina forward has been named 2021 NCAA DI Player of the Year by Bolster Field Hockey. Matson led the nation with 27 goals (1.59 per game) and 64 points (3.76 per game). She tied for 12th in assists. Her points total is 15 ahead of any other player, despite playing in only 17 games due to an injury that sidelined her for three games. (GoHeels.com)

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Erin Matson Named National Player Of The Year By Bolster Field Hockey


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