The No.1 North Carolina field hockey team took two wins this weekend after a dominating 6-2 victory over the University of Pennsylvania concluded their road-trip weekend.
The Tar Heels (3-1) proved to be too much for the Quakers (1-1) throughout all 70 minutes of the game in the schools’ first-ever meeting for field hockey.
UNC came out swinging, scoring four fast goals within a ten-minute timespan during the first half. North Carolina scored twice more in the second half and outshot the Quakers 21-14 in the game.
Showing an impressive offensive prowess and a complete team effort, UNC’s six goals came from five different players while assists also poured in from five players as well.
Who stood out?
Notably, senior Kristy Bernatchez scored her second and third goals of the season in the first half of the game, with goals that came only 10 minutes apart. Defensively solid as well, Bernatchez also added a defensive save.