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Chansky’s Notebook: Branding Binge

Carolina teams owned Sunday on ESPN. Obviously, football and basketball represent the biggest brand representation in college sports, and the Tar Heels have dominated the news with football a contender for the national championship and ’ retirement. This weekend, UNC Olympic sports teams increased that brand recognition exponentially. (Chapelboro.com)

Video: UNC Field Hockey Wins National Championship with 4-3 OT Victory vs. Michigan

The North Carolina field hockey team won its third consecutive National Championship on Sunday night with a dramatic 4-3 overtime victory over No. 2 Michigan at Stadium in Chapel Hill. It is the Tar Heels' ninth NCAA title in program history. Here are the highlights. (View Video)

North Carolina wins the 2020-21 DI field hockey championship

No. 1 North Carolina wins its third straight field hockey national championship and ninth national title in program history with Sunday night's 4-3 victory over No. 2 Michigan. UNC ties the all-time championship mark with Old Dominion (9). In exciting fashion, the Tar Heels won the 2020-21 DI field hockey championship at home in Stadium. (NCAA.com)

UNC Field Hockey Hosts Michigan For National Title Battle Sunday

Top-seeded North Carolina (18-1) will host No. 2 Michigan (15-2) Sunday evening at Stadium, and the winner gets the NCAA field hockey trophy, technically for the 2020 championship. The game starts at 7 p.m. and will air on ESPNU. A Tar Heel team has not won an NCAA title on campus since the women's soccer team did so in 1993. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Field Hockey Shuts Out Iowa To Earn Shot At NCAA Title

Top-seeded North Carolina shut out No. 4 seed Iowa 3-0 at Stadium on Friday to earn a spot in the NCAA field hockey championship game (Highlights). The Tar Heels, two-time defending champions, will play for the ninth title in program history against the winner of Friday's game between Louisville and Michigan on Sunday at 7 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Field Hockey Set To Host Final Four At Shelton Stadium

Eight national championships and 33 seasons later, the No. 1 North Carolina field hockey program is hosting the final four again, this time at Stadium, just down Ridge Road from the 1987 site. Playing in the NCAA semifinals for the 12th straight season, the Tar Heels will take on Iowa Friday at 1 p.m. in the first NCAA semifinal game. (GoHeels.com)

Chansky’s Notebook: High Sticking

In the game of sticks, UNC is at the top of its class. Just like UNC’s field hockey program, which advanced to its 12th straight Final Four on Sunday, the Tar Heel men and women lacrosse programs have followed the winning tradition of its coaches. is going for her program’s third straight field hockey national championship this weekend. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Field Hockey Advances To 12th Consecutive Final Four

UNC earned a 2-0 win over Stanford Sunday to advance to the field hockey Final Four for the 12th year in a row and the 25th time in program history (Highlights). On their home turf at Stadium, the Tar Heels got goals from Cassie Sumfest and in the win. They'll resume play Friday, two wins from a third straight NCAA title. (GoHeels.com)

Chansky’s Notebook: Another 3-Peat?

Will it be another 3-peat for ’s field hockey program? During a truncated Olympic sports season at UNC, field hockey is going after its third straight NCAA title beginning Friday at the stadium named for the Hall of Fame coach. Shelton has padded her NCAA record 700-plus wins by qualifying for the tournament as the overall No. 1 seed. (Chapelboro.com)

No. 1 UNC Field Hockey Awarded Top Overall Seed In NCAA Tournament

Two-time defending champion North Carolina will head into the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed, the NCAA announced Saturday. In this season's condensed 12-team event, the top four seeds get first-round byes so UNC will open play May 2 in the second round. The Tar Heels will face the winner of Miami (Ohio) and Stanford. (GoHeels.com)
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