UNC Field Hockey

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No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Cruises Past Appalachian State

UNC Field Hockey exploded for a season-high six goals, all before halftime, to earn a home victory Sunday at Stadium, 6-1 over Appalachian State (Highlights). The Tar Heels improved to 7-1 in the first meeting with the Mountaineers since the 2019 season. Freshman Sanne Hak scored her first and second goals as a Tar Heel. (

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Blanks Wake Forest, 3-0

The No. 2 UNC field hockey team earned its second consecutive ACC shutout Friday, beating host Wake Forest 3-0 to improve to 6-1 and 2-0 in ACC play (Highlights). On Friday, in the first ACC road game of the season, the Tar Heels got the only goal they'd need just before halftime. Captain Katie Dixon scored on a penalty corner in the 27th minute. (

Video: Gameday in Chapel Hill - September 15, 2023

Four home games in a single afternoon and a Carolina football game the next day? No problem. Learn more about the incredible media team behind your favorite UNC sports teams who helps bring you the Tar Heels wherever you are (View Video)

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: Sept 18 – Sept 24

North Carolina Women’s Tennis – After hosting the Kitty Harrison Invitational in Chapel Hill and having two individuals win their respective singles bracket, the North Carolina Tar Heels will be traveling to rival NC State for the Wolfpack Invitational. The Wolfpack Invitational is scheduled for Thursday, September 21st through Sunday, September 24th. (Keeping It Heel)

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Shuts Out No. 4 Louisville, 2-0

North Carolina scored early and late and defended all afternoon to earn a 2-0 win over No. 4 Louisville Friday in the ACC field hockey opener for both teams (Highlights). With more than 100 program alumnae in the stands to celebrate Alumni Day, the Tar Heels got goals from senior Kiersten Thomassey and freshman Charly Bruder to notch the victory. (

Carolina Insider Podcast - UNC vs. Minnesota Football Preview; Spencer Rolland & Ryleigh Heck Join

UNC Football faces Minnesota for the first time. and Adam Lucas preview the matchup (4:54). Ryleigh Heck from Carolina Field Hockey previews the ACC season for the defending National Champs (24:09). And discusses transferring from Harvard, running the da** ball, and Star Wars (38:33). (Read More...)

UNC Field Hockey remains at No. 2, faces unbeaten No. 4 Louisville in ACC opener

The North Carolina Field Hockey team held on to the No. 2 ranking in the NFHCA Coaches Poll released Tuesday morning after a 2–1 victory Sunday over Old Dominion. The Tar Heels, who have only lost to No. 1 Iowa (3–2 in overtime on Aug. 27), get another big test Friday when it opens ACC play at Stadium against No. 4 Louisville. (Tar Heel Tribune)

North Carolina Tar Heels Week Preview: September 11-17

Men’s Golf – The preseason No. 1 team in the country begins its non-championship fall season with a trip to Olympia Fields, Illinois, to participate in the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational in a 3-day tournament that begins on September 15th. Three Tar Heels recently helped the US win the Walker Cup and were named to the Haskins Award Watch List. (Keeping It Heel)

No. 2 UNC Field Hockey Earns 2-1 Victory At ODU

The UNC field hockey team scored goals in the first an fourth quarters to beat host Old Dominion 2-1 on Sunday afternoon (Highlights). Tar Heel senior Paityn Wirth notched what would prove to be the game-winner just 3:42 into the action, and freshman Charly Bruder added another in the 47th minute, with sophomore Ryleigh Heck assisting on both. (

UNC Field Hockey Hits The Road For Sunday Showdown At ODU

The UNC field hockey team returns to action with a road game Sunday, taking on Old Dominion at L.R. Hill Sports Complex. Game time is noon and it will stream on ESPN+. The second-ranked Tar Heels are 3-1 overall following a pair of wins last weekend in Philadelphia. Most recently, Carolina beat then-No. 10 Princeton 2-1 in overtime on Sunday. (
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