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No. 1 UNC field hockey seeks NCAA record 10th national championship Sunday

The top-seeded UNC field hockey team is seeking revenge against two-seed and defending national champion Northwestern on Sunday in the NCAA title game. The Tar Heels are fired up, but a win against the Wildcats won’t be easy. In order to claim a record 10th NCAA title as a program, the Tar Heels will need to focus on three main keys. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Field Hockey Faces Northwestern For NCAA Title Sunday

The North Carolina field hockey team is 20-0 and one victory away from a national championship. The top-ranked Tar Heels take on No. 3 Northwestern Sunday at 1:30 p.m. in the NCAA Championship game. The winner takes home a new trophy – UNC is playing for its 10th title in program history, while the Wildcats are looking for their second in a row. (

Erin Matson leads UNC Field Hockey to national championship game

ensured her storied UNC career will end in the national championship game. Matson, one of the greatest players in college field hockey history and greatest athletes in ACC history, scored goals in the second and third quarters and assisted on another to lead No. 1 UNC to a 3-0 victory over No. 6 Penn State (Highlights) in a national semifinal Friday. (Tar Heel Tribune)

No. 1 UNC Field Hockey Set For Final Four Matchup With No. 6 Penn State Friday

The No. 1 UNC field hockey team flew to Connecticut on Wednesday, practiced at UConn's Sherman Family Sports Complex Thursday, and dressed up for the NCAA Championship banquet on Thursday evening. On Friday, it's finally time to play. The Tar Heels (19-0) face No. 6 Penn State Friday at noon in the first of this year's NCAA semifinal games. (

UNC field hockey freshman forward Ashley Sessa is 'one of a kind'

Field hockey has been embedded in Ashley Sessa’s identity since she was four years old. After begging her mother to allow her to play football alongside her brother, she was enrolled in a field hockey program. Her experience is evident in countless accolades and participation in competitions around the globe, playing in Chile, South Africa, and Austria. (Daily Tar Heel)

North Carolina: Field Hockey's Gold Standard

North Carolina Field Hockey's dominance in the NCAA Tournament is unmatched. 39 appearances are the most by any school. 26 times the Tar Heels have advanced to the semifinals or the Final Four. 20 times, Carolina has played for the National Championship. 11 runner-up finishes are most by any school. 9 titles is tied for the most by any school. (Bless Your Chart)

UNC Field Hockey rolls to 26th Final Four; Erin Matson gets hat trick in final home game

has given fans so many memories over her UNC career and added another one with a hat trick in her final game at Stadium. Sunday, No. 1 North Carolina rolled past No. 9 Saint Joseph’s 502 in the quarterfinals (Highlights) with the domination that showed why it’s the best and most tradition-rich program in the country. (Tar Heel Tribune)

No.1 UNC Field Hockey Downs Delaware 5-1 in NCAA Tournament Opener

The No. 1 UNC field hockey team began its quest for a 10th NCAA title in style Friday afternoon, defeating Delaware 5-1 at Stadium. The Tar Heels are now through to the national quarterfinals against the either Wake Forest or Saint Joseph’s. Despite the lopsided final score, UNC actually found itself in a deficit 11 seconds into the game. (

Tar Heels To Open NCAA Field Hockey Play vs. Delaware Friday

Top-ranked and undefeated North Carolina Field Hockey opens its quest for the program's 10th national championship on Friday, hosting Delaware at noon for an NCAA Tournament first-round game. Saint Joseph's and Wake Forest meet in the site's other first round game, Friday. The winners play on Sunday at noon for a spot in the NCAA semifinals. (

Ryleigh Heck Named National Field Hockey Offensive Player Of The Week

Freshman Ryleigh Heck has been named NFHCA National Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season following a standout performance in last week's ACC Tournament. Heck, a forward from North Beach, N.J., scored three goals in the Tar Heels' two games. In the title game against Virginia, she scored two goals in the 3-2 win. (
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