UNC wins College World Series opener after learning of death of former pitcher

North Carolina coach Mike Fox said the Tar Heels played with "heavy hearts" on Saturday in their College World Series-opening, 8-6 victory over Oregon State after learning of the death of former UNC pitcher Zach Attianese. Attianese and his father, Jude Attianese, were involved in a six-vehicle crash late Friday on I-75 in Michigan, according to a report by My Central Jersey. (

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