Princeton and Tufts won their first national championships in Division I and III, respectively, while West Chester rolled to a second consecutive title in Division II. Take a look back at all three with videos and photos as NCAA.com continues its looks back at the 2012-13 season.

 

Comeback win gives Princeton first title

Princeton scored its first national title with a 3-2 comeback victory against North Carolina. Princeton won the game off a penalty stroke in the 60th minute from Amanda Bird. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos Feature: Constance Applebee: The woman who started it all

West Chester rolls to second consecutive title

West Chester shut out UMass-Lowell 5-0 to earn its second consecutive championship. Five different players scored for the Golden Rams. The margin of victory is the largest in a national championship game since 2002. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos Highlights Feature: Field hockey still loyal to Applebee’s vision

Park leads Tufts to championship

Freshman Hannah Park scored both of her team's goals as Tufts defeated Montclair State 2-1 to win the national championship. It’s the first NCAA women’s team title in Tufts history. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos Highlights Feature: Applebee's influence brings rise to field hockey