2000 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship

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2000 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship
Country  United States
Teams 16
Champions Old Dominion (9th title)
Runners-up North Carolina (10th title game)
Matches played 15
Goals scored 93 (6.2 per match)

The 2000 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship was the twentieth women's collegiate field hockey tournament organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, to determine the top college field hockey team in the United States. The Old Dominion Lady Monarchs won their record ninth championship, defeating the North Carolina Tar Heels, a fellow perennial power, in the final.[1] The semifinals and championship were hosted by Old Dominion University at Foreman Field in Norfolk, Virginia. As of 2013, despite their earlier dominance, Old Dominion has not won a championship or made an appearance in the title game since 2000.


  First round Second round Third round Championship
Norfolk, Virginia
Foreman Field
Old Dominion 6  
Stanford 1  
  Old Dominion 6  
    Connecticut 4  
Connecticut 2
Virginia 1  
  Old Dominion 6  
  Wake Forest 0  
Wake Forest 6  
Harvard 3  
  Wake Forest 3
    Michigan 2  
Michigan (OT) 3
William & Mary 2  
  Old Dominion 3
  North Carolina 1
Maryland 9  
New Hampshire 1  
  Maryland 3
    Princeton 1  
Princeton 4
Penn State 2  
  Maryland 1
  North Carolina 4  
North Carolina 5  
Kent State 3  
  North Carolina 5
    Massachusetts 1  
Massachusetts 2
Boston U. 1  


  1. ^ "2000 Division I Field Hockey ChampionshipBracket" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. p. 6. Retrieved November 8, 2013.