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Video: No. 3 UNC Beats Richmond on Misplayed Pop Fly

No. 3 North Carolina beat Richmond 5-4 on Tuesday night at Boshamer Stadium after Spiders right fielder Caleb Ward botched a fly ball in the bottom of the ninth inning. View Video...

No. 3 Diamond Heels Outlast Richmond, 5-4

Brian Miller walked and scored on a misplayed fly ball to right field in the bottom of the ninth inning to give No. 3 UNC a 5-4 win over Richmond Tuesday. Zack Gahagan's RBI single in the eighth tied the game after the Spiders scored four straight to take a 4-3 lead, and the Tar Heels won in walk-off fashion for the second straight game in the ninth to improve to 37-9 on the year. (GoHeels.com)

Mike Fox Tabbed For USA Baseball 17U Position

The coaching staff and evaluators for the 2017 17U National Team Development Program (NTDP) were announced by USA Baseball on Tuesday. Current UNC head coach Mike Fox and former Clemson University head coach Jack Leggett will join Kibler on staff in 2017, and will serve as the managers of the Stars and Stripes teams, respectively. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel Strength & Conditioning Announces Annual Honors

The UNC Strength and Conditioning staff has announced team awards for 2016-17, recognizing outstanding members of each Olympic sports team. Honorees have been selected based on performance and effort throughout the school year. The top award for each team is the Iron Ram Award, which goes to the athlete with the best overall performance during the year. (GoHeels.com)

No. 3 UNC Baseball Hosts Richmond Tuesday

No. 3 North Carolina plays its final game before the final exam break Tuesday when the Tar Heels host Richmond at 6 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium. Carolina is 36-9 following a thrilling three-game sweep of No. 3 Clemson. Richmond is 14-27 on the year. UNC has a 16-7 record all-time against Richmond, including a 5-0 mark under Mike Fox. The series dates back to 1894. (GoHeels.com)

Diamond Heels back to 'standard,' after series sweep of Clemson

In sweeping No. 6 Clemson, this season's UNC team likely locked up a NCAA No. 1 seed and the right to host a postseason weekend. "I told them that maybe we're getting close to meeting those standards," Fox said. Friday and Saturday's wins took come-form-behind play for the Tar Heels to lock up their program-record eighth straight ACC series win. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Josh Hiatt Named ACC Pitcher Of The Week

North Carolina's Josh Hiatt was selected as ACC Pitcher of the Week, the league office announced Monday. Hiatt picked up a win and a save in No. 3 UNC's series sweep of No. 3 Clemson. The freshman reliever from Charlotte worked two scoreless innings in a non-save situation on Friday before recording a save in a perfect ninth inning on Saturday. (GoHeels.com)

This Week in UNC Baseball with Mike Fox

The No. 3-ranked Diamond Heels recorded a dramatic sweep of Clemson to increase their lead in the ACC Coastal Division. With final exams underway, the team has just one game this week: Richmond on Tuesday. Head coach Mike Fox reflects on a memorable weekend and more. (Inside Carolina)

Huge weekend for UNC sports

It's not every weekend that a school wins three ACC Championships, but that is just what UNC did over the weekend as both men's and women's lacrosse won the ACC title and women's tennis brought home the conference crown as well. The No. 18 UNC men's lacrosse team defeated No. 6 Notre Dame 14-10 Sunday in the ACC Championship men's lacrosse title game. (Carolina Blue)

Chansky’s Notebook: Another Day To Remember

It was another of those Super Sundays for Carolina. The NCAA must want to eat their paperwork when something happens like it did Sunday from Rome, Georgia, to Durham to Chapel Hill to Richmond. Carolina teams won three ACC championships and what seemed like the World Series under bright beautiful skies in those locations. Let’s go over them, shall we? (Chapelboro.com)

Diamond Heels Rise to No. 3 in D1Baseball Top 25

Riding high after a sweep over then No. 3 Clemson this past weekend, the UNC baseball team moved up one spot to replace the Tigers as the third-ranked team in the country in this week’s D1Baseball.com Top 25. The Tar Heels are on a five-game winning streak, with an incredible 36-9 record on the season. Oregon State remained No. 1 for the seventh straight week. (Chapelboro.com)

Baseball: No. 4 UNC sweeps No. 3 Clemson

The No. 4 North Carolina Tar Heels baseball team completed a series sweep of No. 3 Clemson following a walk-off single in extra innings on Sunday. Tyler Lynn's single in the 10th inning on Sunday brought home the winning run and gave the Tar Heels their third win of the weekend. Carolina would win 3-2. North Carolina is now 36-9 overall and 19-5 in the ACC. (Carolina Blue)

Tyler Lynn delivers in extras, No. 3 UNC sweeps Clemson

Tyler Lynn's infield single in the 10th was the game winner as No. 3 North Carolina completed a sweep of No. 3 Clemson with a 3-2 victory Sunday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium. Lynn had three hits and drove in all three runs to make a winner of Josh Hiatt, who tossed 2.2 hitless and scoreless innings on a day when the UNC bullpen went seven shutout frames. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Diamond Heels Returning to Program Standards

In the bottom of the 10th senior left fielder Tyler Lynn legged out an infield single to score Ashton McGee and secure a 3-2 win. The Tar Heels held the Tigers to seven runs while mounting late inning comebacks in all three games. Friday it was a three run double in the seventh from Michael Busch. On Saturday, a four-run bottom of the eighth put the Tar Heels in the lead. (Inside Carolina)

Video: UNC Baseball Walks Off on Clemson to Complete Series Sweep

The No. 3 North Carolina Tar Heels baseball team completed the three-game weekend sweep of the Clemson Tigers thanks to this walk-off infield single by Tyler Lynn on April 30, 2017. View Video...

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