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North Carolina's field hockey team won its 17th ACC title this past weekend. Mike Hogwood caught up with this year's ACC champions in his Hog Blog.
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It's not -- -- get a chance to talk about field hockey a sport that's played at six of the twelve ACC schools. Now this is a sport that's tough to understand. And taught to play. Nobody plays better than the ACC the last nine national championships have been won by an ACC team. In seven of the last nine championship games. ACC teams have played each other. North Carolina is currently ranked number one in the nation and this weekend won the ACC championship but beating Duke to -- one it's a great week. They have the defensive player of the year Caitlin van -- they have the offensive player of the year and healthy cola Jay bench. And while they're both great that both have great tournaments this past weekend. Neither is the best player on the team the best players -- the BellSouth he. She's six months -- -- play on the national field hockey team. She returned after a long absence for the final game of the regular season and in the tournament she was everywhere a difference maker. With those players leading the way head coach Karen Shelton led North Carolina to its seventeenth ACC championship. The Tar Heels have won six national championships. Tell somebody needs to start dusting off spot the trophy case right beside the 2011 ACC tournament trophies. They need to be a spot cleared for a national trophy as well the Tar Heels are going to be tough to beat as -- anybody else in the ACC.