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Name:Karen Shelton
Born:November 14, 1957 (62)
Notes:Head Field Hockey Coach

UNC Field Hockey Beats Duke In OT, 5-4
Hannah Griggs scored midway into the first overtime to give North Carolina field hockey a 5-4 victory over Duke on Sunday at Karen Shelton Stadium...

Late Goal By Erin Matson Lifts UNC Field Hockey Past Syracuse, 1-0
Erin Matson scored on a fourth-quarter penalty corner to give the North Carolina field hockey team a 1-0 win over visiting Syracuse on Friday at...

UNC Field Hockey Hosts Syracuse Friday
The North Carolina field hockey team plays its third straight home game on Friday, hosting Syracuse for a 6 p.m. Atlantic Coast Conference matchup at...

UNC To Host 10 NCAA Championships For 2022-26
The NCAA has awarded 10 championships to UNC and the City of Cary for the 2022-2026 seasons. North Carolina will host the 2023 NCAA Division...

UNC Field Hockey Tops Virginia, 5-1
UNC Field Hockey opened its home season with a resounding win Sunday, beating Virginia 5-1 at Karen Shelton Stadium (Highlights). Sophomore transfer Paityn Wirth scored...

UNC Field Hockey Opens Home Season Sunday
The North Carolina field hockey team plays at home Sunday for the first time in 2020, hosting Virginia at Karen Shelton Stadium for the first...

Six Freshmen On Board As UNC Field Hockey Opens 2020 Season
Six freshmen are part of this season's 28-member roster for the North Carolina field hockey team, which opens the 2020 season Sunday at Wake Forest...

Defending NCAA Champion UNC Field Hockey Back On The Turf
The defending NCAA field hockey champions returned to the turf Thursday, beginning the preseason with practice at Karen Shelton Stadium. The Tar Heels are coming...

'We want to keep this thing going': UNC field hockey perseveres through uncertainty
At the end of last season, the UNC field hockey team was on top of the world. The Tar Heels earned their eighth national championship...

Olympic dreams deferred
Two North Carolina legends offer advice to student-athletes whose Olympic hopes have been put on hold. In 1979, Sue Walsh swam the fastest 100-meter backstroke...


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