Some North Carolina players have already had a taste of championship success. As the top seed in the NCAA tournament, the Tar Heels are still waiting for the main course.
The No. 1 overall seed in field hockey is officially up for grabs after Old Dominion suffered its first loss, while Illinois and Nebraska volleyball are on a collision course for the Big Ten title.
Rounding up the weekend's NCAA action, including Creighton staying unbeaten -- and unscored upon -- and Old Dominion field hockey's takedown of No. 1.
Old Dominion field hockey has navigated the early portion of its schedule with flying colors. The No. 2 Monarchs face top-ranked North Carolina this week.
The ACC has won the last nine national championships in field hockey. UConn is aiming to end that run of dominance in 2011.
When the NCAA field hockey tournament kicks off this weekend, Jemma and Elly Buckley will be focused on bringing home the championship. Unfortunately, for one sister to win it all, it means the other must lose.
Maryland field hockey knocked off the nation's No. 1 team. The Terps' men's soccer and football teams scored impressive wins. But the women's soccer team made history.
North Carolina and Maryland are no strangers: the ACC rivals are the undisputed class of the sport. When they meet Saturday, revenge and tradition will be in play.