Tar Heels field hockey to host first-, second-round NCAA games
CHAPEL HILL North Carolina will open NCAA field hockey championship play Saturday as the No. 2 seed in the tournament field, taking on the winner of a Tuesday play-in game between Boston University and Fairfield. The Tar Heels, who will host first and second round games Nov. 14 and 15, earned an automatic berth by winning the ACC Championship on Sunday afternoon in Charlottesville, Va.
Duke: The Blue Devils will take on Stanford in an NCAA round of 16 matchup Saturday at 2 p.m. in Charlottesville, Va.
Wake Forest: The Deacons will face No. 10 Michigan in the first round in Chapel Hill on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Campbell: Bradly Farias is the Big South Attacking Player of the Year. Josh Signey, Daniel Mukuna and Matthew Mozynski also earned all-conference honors.
Raleigh Sports Club: Debbie Yow, the athletics director at N.C. State, will be the special guest speaker. Yow will address a capacity audience and discuss the Wolfpack’s athletic program, ACC and NCAA.
NCSU: Coach Shawn Rychcik announced the Wolfpack’s schedule for the 2016 season Monday, which begins Feb. 12.
UNC: Coach Anson Dorrance announced the addition of Damon Nahas as an assistant coach.
Campbell: The Camels fell in all three duals at the Mountaineer Quads on Sunday finishing 14-26 against No. 21/23 West Virginia, 15-21 against Drexel and 6-29 against Arizona State at the quad meet.
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