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North Carolina defeats in-state rival Duke 1-0

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – In a battle of the nation’s top two teams and each other’s biggest rivals, top-ranked North Carolina shut out No. 2 Duke Friday in an Atlantic Coast Conference field hockey battle at Karen Shelton Stadium. The Tar Heels stayed undefeated on the season, moving to 10-0 (3-0 ACC), while the Blue Devils fell to 8-2 (0-2).

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Southam Earns Hat Trick in Wolverine Rout of Michigan State

No. 9 Michigan earned its greatest goal total of the season en route to an 8-0 win against No. 24 Michigan State.

  • Sofia Southam posted three goals and an assist — her first collegiate hat trick — while Fay Keijer tallied two goals.
  • Anna Spieker posted a first-quarter save to secure her third complete-game shutout and U-M’s fifth shutout win in six games.
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ADAM DIXON NAMED CAPTAIN OF GB AND ENGLAND MEN’S HOCKEY TEAMS

Great Britain and England Hockey are pleased to announce a new player leadership structure for our international men’s hockey teams. Continue reading ADAM DIXON NAMED CAPTAIN OF GB AND ENGLAND MEN’S HOCKEY TEAMS

Holcombe Women Triumph in a Dramatic 6-point Weekend

Holcombe Women enjoyed consecutive wins in a crucial double-header over the weekend. A home win against Bowdon Hightown was followed by a dramatic win away at East Grinstead to claim a valuable 3 points for the Kent side.

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Why are drag-flickers firing blanks?

Penalty corner specialists have struggled this HIL season and have two days to get it right

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Dear Simon Orchard….. Love an Official

This week there was an article released by a top Australian player about officials and their accountability in the game. Continue reading Dear Simon Orchard….. Love an Official

Lt Cdr Alan Walker 1943 – 2017

Lt Cdr Alan Walker who dedicated his life to the sport of hockey sadly passed away on Fri 17th Feb after a short battle with cancer. Continue reading Lt Cdr Alan Walker 1943 – 2017

Devoid of heroes, Belgium script own success story

It is said that when Belgium’s current generation of hockey players were growing up, they looked up to Holland legend Teun de Nooijer for inspiration.

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