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Top Stories of 2023: Erin Matson Enters Uncharted Territory


If UNC field hockey star had left Chapel Hill and never come back after 2022, she’d still be a Tar Heel legend. Matson ended her final year as a player with a fourth NCAA title in five seasons, scoring the game-winning goal in the final. It seemed her days dominating collegiate field hockey were done. Then , her head coach, retired. (Chapelboro.com)

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Top Stories of 2023: Erin Matson Enters Uncharted Territory


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