Nov. 13, 2008
Thanks to the performance of the U.S. men’s and women’s indoor volleyball teams in the past two Olympic Games, volleyball is now one of the top sports in participation for women. ACC All Access reporter Heather Catlin takes a closer look at the rapidly growing sport and its future in the ACC.
The ACC Women’s Soccer Championship finished last weekend with the North Carolina Tar Heels capturing the title, and the ACC Field Hockey Championship wrapped up with the Maryland Terrapins taking home the crown. ACC All Access recaps the two championships and highlights the eight teams that will compete in the 2008 NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament – Boston College, Duke, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
And in the ACC All Access Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood spotlights the University of North Carolina football team, which is tied for first place in the ACC Coastal Division despite injuries to wide receiver Brandon Tate and quarterback T.J. Yates.
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