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A Comeback for the Ages: An Oral History of UNC Field Hockey vs. Northwestern


When UNC Field Hockey and Northwestern drew each other in the final four, fans at Homewood Field and hundreds of thousands watching on TV knew it would be a dogfight. UNC arrived in Baltimore again undefeated, set to take on a Northwestern team trying to win its first title in 10 years. But no one expected what unfolded over the next four hours. (US Lacrosse Magazine)

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A Comeback for the Ages: An Oral History of UNC Field Hockey vs. Northwestern


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