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UNC Field Hockey shuts out Virginia in Final Four, one win away from 11th NCAA title


In ’s first season as the youngest Division I head coach in any sport, UNC Field Hockey is one win away from its 11th NCAA title and the Tar Heels’ second in a row. No. 1 Carolina advanced with a 2-0 victory over Virginia (Highlights) in the NCAA tournament semifinals at Stadium after the teams split a pair of earlier meetings. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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UNC Field Hockey shuts out Virginia in Final Four, one win away from 11th NCAA title


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