Carolina errors costly in national championship game
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Of North Carolina's four errors in a 3-2 loss to Oregon State in the College World Series championship game, Bryan Steed's proved costliest. Tar Heels coach Mike Fox wouldn't let the junior second baseman take the fall, though. Steed's off-target throw to first on an eighth-inning grounder allowed the Beavers to score the winning run Monday night. "This is not ever about one player, it's never about one pitch," Fox said. "This is a team sport. I love Bryan Steed to death. So do his teammates." (Fayetteville Observer)
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