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Reilly Hovis to sign with Marlins on Friday, hopes to resume career in April 2016
Reilly Hovis will make it official Friday when he signs a professional baseball contract with the Miami Marlins. It’ll end Hovis’ career at UNC after...

No official deal yet, but Hovis committed to pursuing professional dream with Marlins
When he was drafted Tuesday, Reilly Hovis became the first-ever Forestview product to be drafted but due to his elbow injury, surgery and ongoing rehabilitation,...

Four Tar Heels Selected On Day Two Of MLB Draft
North Carolina's Skye Bolt, Trent Thornton, Benton Moss and Reilly Hovis were selected on day two of the 2015 MLB Draft Tuesday. Bolt was taken...

Reilly Hovis Undergoes Tommy John Surgery
UNC junior right-hander Reilly Hovis underwent Tommy John surgery Tuesday morning and will miss the remainder of the 2015 season. The surgery was performed by...

Key injuries hurt UNC baseball
While junior reliever Reilly Hovis — who was second on the team last season with 81 strikeouts — has dealt with a forearm issue, the...

Tar Heels Top UCLA, 9-6
No. 6 North Carolina pounded out 12 hits, including three from Wood Myers and two from Logan Warmoth, and held on for a 9-6 win...

UNC Baseball has the Chemistry for Success
It’s just a hunch that North Carolina junior infielder Alex Raburn has. Junior pitcher Reilly Hovis feels it, too. Things just seem different: the chemistry...

Baseball Top 25 Breakdown: No. 6 North Carolina
The Tar Heels were forced to give some young players significant playing time last season. Though that led to some headaches at times, that should...

Hovis, Thornton Earn Preseason Baseball All-America Honors
UNC junior right-handers Reilly Hovis and Trent Thornton were named to the 2015 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-America third team as selected by Collegiate Baseball, announced...

Is Reilly Hovis a future pro baseball draft pick? His college coach thinks so
Speaking at the Gaston County FCA fundraising banquet at Myers Memorial United Methodist Church on Tuesday night that began two hours before Class of 2007...

Reilly Hovis Named To Cape Cod All-Star Team
UNC rising junior Reilly Hovis will represent the Orleans Firebirds in the 2014 Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game. Hovis will suit up for the...

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 15-No. 11
No. 13: Carolina 4, Virginia 2 - Baseball, April 20, 2014: A young Carolina squad had gone toe-to-toe with the top-ranked Cavaliers in the first...

ACC Tournament Preview: #7 UNC vs #10 NC State
UNC will send All-ACC First Team pitcher Reilly Hovis to the mound in what is essentially a high stakes mid-week game. Trent Thornton, who pitched...

Four Heels Receive All-ACC Honors in Baseball
Pitcher Reilly Hovis led a group of Tar Heels named to the three All-ACC teams announced by the ACC on Monday. Hovis was UNC's sole...

Reilly Hovis Gets Nod vs. NCSU
North Carolina closer Reilly Hovis will start against N.C. State in the ACC Tournament play-in game on Tuesday, head coach Mike Fox announced on Monday...

Hovis, Daly having strong seasons, eager to help UNC defend ACC baseball title
A pair of former Forestview High standouts are making a major impact as sophomores for the UNC baseball team this season. And this week pitcher...

Reilly Hovis Named ACC Pitcher Of The Week
Miami's Zack Collins has been recognized as the Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Player of the Week, while North Carolina's Reilly Hovis and NC State's Carlos...

Carolina Clinches Series With 6-4 Win Over VT
Alex Raburn had a career-high three hits and Parks Jordan drove in a pair of runs as North Carolina beat Virginia Tech 6-4 Saturday night...

UNC's Bullpen Locked In
On a night when head coach Mike Fox needed a standout performance to secure a much-needed victory against a RPI Top-25 opponent, it was his...

Hovis Shuts The Door
One of the major storylines that came out of last year's UNC baseball team was the emergence of right-handed pitcher Trent Thornton as a weapon...

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