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UNC field hockey poised for No. 1 ranking after overflow crowd watches Matson, UNC roll

The final season of the Show is becoming wildly popular. An overflow crowd estimated at 1,150, one of the largest in UNC program history, turned out Friday at Stadium to watch a legend of Carolina’s storied field hockey program. The four-time All-American forward didn’t disappoint as No. 2 UNC beat No. 15 Wake Forest, 2-0. (Tar Heel Tribune)

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Hosts No. 15 Wake Forest Friday

Since last playing at home on Sept. 4, the UNC field hockey team has traveled cross-cross country, opened ACC play, and held onto a No. 2 national ranking. One thing the Tar Heels haven't done? Surrendered a goal. Carolina is on a string of four consecutive shutouts heading into Friday's ACC matchup with No. 15 Wake Forest at Stadium. (GoHeels.com)

UNC field hockey holds at No. 2, women’s soccer slips in poll, cross country teams move up

While the unstoppable Carolina field hockey team held on to its No. 2 ranking, the UNC women’s soccer team fell a spot, and both cross country teams moved up in their polls. Coach ’s field hockey team is 7-0 after blanking No. 4 Louisville 3-0 Friday in its ACC opener. The Tar Heels have won their last four games by a combined score of 20-0. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Meredith Sholder Named ACC Field Hockey Defensive Player Of The Week

UNC senior Meredith Sholder has been named ACC Field Hockey Defensive Player of the Week, the league announced on Tuesday. Sholder played a crucial role on both ends of the field Friday as UNC picked up its fourth shutout win in a row, 3-0 at No. 4 Louisville. In the ACC opener for both teams, the Tar Heel defense didn't allow a shot in the first half. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Field Hockey Thrashes No. 4 Louisville to Stay Unbeaten

Three Top-5 wins in seven games? Not too shabby for the No. 2 UNC field hockey team. The Tar Heels opened ACC play with authority Friday, knocking off No. 4 and previously unbeaten Louisville 3-0 (Highlights). The win is UNC’s fourth straight shutout, three of which have come on the road. In that stretch, the Tar Heels are outscoring opponents 20-0. (Chapelboro.com)

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Opens ACC Play Friday With Trip To No. 4 Louisville

The UNC field hockey team opens Atlantic Coast Conference play Friday with a top-five matchup at Louisville. The second-ranked Tar Heels and the fourth-ranked Cardinals head into the game with 6-0 records. Game time is 3 p.m. at Louisville's Trager Stadium. The game will air on ACC Network Extra. UNC has opened the season with six wins. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Closes West Coast Road Trip With 6-0 Rout Of Stanford

The North Carolina field hockey team wrapped up its West Coast trip Sunday without surrendering a goal, beating Stanford 6-0 to improve to 6-0 on the season (Highlights). The Tar Heels kicked off their first California trip since 1989 with a 7-0 win at Cal on Friday. They now have three shutouts in a row and have outscored their last three opponents 17-0. (GoHeels.com)

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Dominates Cal to Begin West Coast Road Trip

The No. 2 UNC field hockey team used a dominant offensive effort to begin a rare west coast trip with a bang, defeating Cal 7-0 in Berkeley on Friday night. The Tar Heels outshot the Golden Bears 24-3, including a 15-1 advantage in shots on goal. The Tar Heels took 19 penalty corners. Cal took two. and Jasmina Smolenaars both scored twice. (Chapelboro.com)

Erin Matson: Notes From the Field - Backstage Passes

Everyone has heard of the one-of-a-kind, insane experience of being a student-athlete at UNC. But there would be none of that without all the people who support our environment so we can thrive. Without all the behind-the-scenes work that happens so we can just walk into the classroom and learn or step on the field and do what we love. Thank you. (Chapelboro.com)

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Dominates Penn To Stay Unbeaten

The UNC field hockey team moved to 4-0 with another home win against an Ivy League opponent. Two days after dispatching Princeton, the Tar Heels did the same to Penn at Stadium on Sunday (Highlights). Ryleigh Heck and each scored goals in the first half. Together, they have accounted for half of UNC's 16 goals this season. (Chapelboro.com)
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