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The NCAA will hold two of its championship events just a dozen miles from the York County border in the near future

Millersville University has been selected as the host site for the 2019 and 2021 NCAA Division II Field Hockey Championships. The site of competition for the national semifinals and championship games will be Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium.

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If you’re a Shippensburg University field hockey player, wearing uniform No. 22 has become a “privilege.”

“Privilege” being the perfect word.

It’s also a perfect way to pay tribute to one of the program’s all-time great players, who just happened to wear that number with distinction during her Ship career.

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, 505-5446/@ydsportsCammile Adams, Hali Flickinger

The calendar is about to close on the 2016 York County sports year.

It was 12 months that none of us are likely to forget anytime soon.

There were mesmerizing moments of inspirational triumph, along with excruciating events of unspeakable tragedy.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTPosey

Three York College field hockey players were given All-South Region honors for the 2016 season.

Red Lion High School graduate Ali Posey was among those recognized. The Spartans’ junior earned a second-team nod along with sophomore Lindsay Nye. Senior Sydney LaMarsh took home first-team honors.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTLauren Moyer

Entering Sunday’s NCAA Division I field hockey national championship game, the University of North Carolina finished as a runner-up in four of the past six seasons.

Now, that figure is up to five runner-up results in the past seven years.

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Ryan Vandersloot, @YAIAAScoresYork-Adams League Field Hockey Division IV All-Star Game

Life during the regular season can sometimes be demanding for a high school field hockey player.

During postseason all-star games?

Not so much.

That was the sentiment from many of the girls who played in the York-Adams League this season as the annual Senior All-Star Field Hockey game took place Wednesday evening at Dallastown High School.

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, 505-5446/@ydsportsLauren Moyer

By the end of this coming weekend, York County may have a national champion.

Central York High School graduate Lauren Moyer is just two wins away from fulfilling a longtime dream — winning an NCAA Division I field hockey title.

Lauren is not just a bit player, either. She’s a senior co-captain and the leading scorer for perennial power North Carolina, which is making its eighth straight trip to the national semifinals.

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