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UNC Field Hockey Coach Karen Shelton Reflects on Eighth Title, Another Undefeated Season

North Carolina field hockey coach knows it’s never easy to have an undefeated season, but she describes her team accomplishing the feat once again this season as a bit of a surprise. While she can’t say whether this title means more than her seven others, Shelton admits seeing what it meant to this year’s senior class makes her proud. (

Nothing Was Promised For UNC Field Hockey

"It's not normal to be a part of a program that comes to 11 straight final fours, let alone wins back-to-back undefeated national championships," Marissa Creatore said. "That is just unheard of. I think once I move on and realize that this accolade is going to be something I carry with me forever and it's probably going to be the thing I'll be most prideful of." (

Chansky’s Notebook: We Get The Picture!

Do you know what’s really cool about North Carolina’s field hockey team winning its eighth NCAA championship and second consecutive title after completing back-to-back perfect seasons and 46 consecutive wins – and counting? didn’t join the team in its celebratory photo after whipping Princeton 6-1 at Wake Forest on Sunday afternoon. (

Video: UNC Field Hockey in the National Championship Game in Less than 60 Seconds

North Carolina field hockey defeated Princeton 6-1 in the 2019 national championship game over the weekend, earning the eighth national title in program history. Recap the entire game in less than 60 seconds. (

In NCAA title run, 'culture of belief' kept UNC field hockey's perfect season alive

Earlier this season, the North Carolina field hockey team looked beatable. But it wasn't – all because of the “culture of belief” that head coach has instilled in her program. It's a culture that led to a second straight perfect season for the Tar Heels, culminating in a 6-1 victory over Princeton in Sunday's national championship game. (Daily Tar Heel)

'The new best day of my life': UNC field hockey completes another perfect season

When this one was over, they ran. They ran to their coaches. To their teammates. To parents and siblings and fans. They ran to whoever they could find to celebrate a second straight season of literal perfection — one that ended with a 6-1 win over Princeton in the NCAA championship Sunday for the dynastic program that is North Carolina field hockey. (Daily Tar Heel)

Back-To-Back: UNC Field Hockey Claims 8th NCAA Title With 23-0 Season

The UNC field hockey team is perfect again. The top-ranked Tar Heels beat Princeton Sunday to win the program's eighth national championship and complete a second-straight undefeated season (Highlights). This year's team finished the year 23-0, and UNC has now won 46 games in a row. was named the Most Outstanding Player. (

UNC Field Hockey To Face Princeton For NCAA Championship

UNC will play Sunday for the eighth field hockey national championship in program history, facing Princeton at Kentner Stadium in Winston-Salem at 1 p.m. The Tar Heels are the No. 1 seed in the Tournament for the second year in a row and are playing for their second straight title. It's the third time UNC and Princeton have met for an NCAA Championship. (

Even as she stands out, Erin Matson makes it about the team

Anyone who didn't watch Friday's game missed one of the best postseason performances by any Tar Heel, let alone a field hockey player. Think , , , -type dominance. Matson was that good. But when asked why she was so successful, she gave an answer that would've made proud. (

UNC Field Hockey Beats Boston College 6-3 To Earn Spot In National Championship Game

scored four goals to lead an explosive offensive effort as the top-ranked and undefeated North Carolina field hockey team beat No. 7 Boston College 6-3 Friday in Winston-Salem to earn one more game in the 2019 season (Highlights). With the NCAA semifinals win, the Tar Heels earn the right to play Sunday for the program's eighth NCAA title. (
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