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No. 13 Diamond Heels Fall At Wake Forest, 5-4

Will Craig got Brandon Riley to fly out with two on in the ninth to preserve a 5-4 win for Wake Forest over No. 13 North Carolina Saturday afternoon at David F. Couch Ballpark. Brian Miller had two hits, including his second home run of the year, and Tyler Ramirez drove in a pair for the Tar Heels, who fell to 26-14 and 9-11 in league play. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Former UNC Receiver Taylor Vippolis Throws Out First Pitch w/ Zac Gallen

Former North Carolina wide receiver Taylor Vippolis throws out the first pitch at a Tar Heels baseball game after receiving help from the Diamond Heels Ace Pitcher, Zac Gallen View Video...

Strong opening: Dunshee pitches another gem to give Deacons big win over UNC

Just a week removed from arguably a career-best performance against No. 4 Florida State, Wake Forest starting pitcher Parker Dunshee delivered a worthy encore in a 6-1 victory over No. 13 North Carolina on Friday night at David F. Couch Ballpark. (Winston-Salem Journal)

Jacob Stallings Goes From Future Coach to Future MLB Backup Catcher

Within the walls of the Pirates' clubhouse this spring, there seems to be a consensus from each and every player to focus strictly on the elements they can control, rather than let external matters clutter up their preparation, demeanor, and mentality. One player who has seemed to embrace that message -- not only this season but since joining the Pirates organization in 2012 -- is catcher Jacob Stallings. (Pirates Prospects)

No. 13 Diamond Heels Drop Series Opener at Wake Forest, 6-1

Will Craig hit his 12th home run of the year and Parker Dunshee pitched eight quality innings as Wake Forest beat No. 13 North Carolina 6-1 Friday night at David F. Couch Ballpark. Brian Miller had two hits for the Tar Heels, who got 6.2 solid innings from Zac Gallen but fell below .500 in league play for the first time this season. (GoHeels.com)

North Carolina Athletics Tar Heel Yard Sale

The UNC Athletic Department will hold a surplus equipment Yard Sale on Saturday, May 14, from 7 a.m.-noon at the Eddie Smith Field House. More than 12,000 items will be on sale, including more than 500 football jerseys in Carolina Blue, white, black and navy, and at least 100 pairs of Jordan Brand basketball shoes. Women’s basketball game uniforms and Louisville Slugger baseball bats are also included. (GoHeels.com)

No. 13 Tar Heels Head To Winston-Salem For Three

No. 13 North Carolina plays its second consecutive road series when the Tar Heels visit Wake Forest for the first of three Friday at 6 p.m. at David F. Couch Ballpark. Carolina is 26-12 following Wednesday’s 17-2 win over William & Mary. Wake Forest is 23-17 on the year after a 15-9 win over Appalachian State on Tuesday. (GoHeels.com)

What to expect this summer from Tar Heel sports

A year removed from missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2001, the North Carolina baseball team is poised to make its return this summer.UNC opened the season on a hot start, winning 18 of its first 20 games and claiming back-to-back series wins over top-20 opponents in UCLA and Oklahoma State. The Tar Heels then hit a rough patch, dropping seven of their next 12 games. (Daily Tar Heel)

Wake Forest baseball, fighting for spot in ACC Tournament, faces UNC in weekend series

Wake Forest’s road to the ACC Baseball Tournament will run through Couch Ballpark for a second straight weekend when the Deacons play a three-game series against 13th-ranked North Carolina. The teams play at 6 p.m. Friday, 4 p.m. on Saturday and 1 p.m. on Sunday. “We have an opportunity to make a statement — that we can play with anybody,” coach Tom Walter said. (Winston-Salem Journal)

UNC Baseball Prepares For Weekend Series Against Wake Forest

After an up and down week that saw a loss to Coastal Carolina and a drubbing of William & Mary, the Tar Heels get ready for a three-game series against Wake Forest. The Tar Heel pitching staff will have all it can handle as they travel to face star first baseman Will Craig. (Chapelboro.com)

Baseball Gameday: Wake Forest vs. No. 13 North Carolina

The Demon Deacons return home over the weekend for another ACC series against a top-15 foe in No. 13-ranked North Carolina from Friday-Sunday. Wake Forest is coming off a series victory over No. 4-ranked Florida State last weekend and a 15-9 victory in a slugfest at Appalachian State on Tuesday. North Carolina leads the all-time series, 97-74-1. (Wake Forest Sports)

Tyler Ramirez looks past MLB to NCAAs

For North Carolina junior outfielder Tyler Ramirez, there’s more to life than baseball. There always has been. Sure, he came to UNC to play baseball — but not with the lofty aspirations of a heralded recruit, looking to use college as a springboard to the major leagues. He arrived with the hopes of playing a few innings, with the ultimate goal of earning his degree. (Daily Tar Heel)

Turner's Take: The Real Heels

UNC's baseball season has been an adventure. The Tar Heels lost a home series to Georgia Tech, then were swept at Miami. They took two of three from Virginia Tech and beat South Carolina 15-0 before losing a series at Virginia, then falling at home to Coastal Carolina. The team that won 90 percent of its first 20 games now can do no better than .500 in its second 20. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Baseball Rolls Past William & Mary, 17-2 - Highlights

Brandon Riley drove in four runs and No. 13 North Carolina matched its season high with 17 runs in a 17-2 win over William & Mary on April 20, 2016 View Video...

UNC pitcher Jason Morgan finds redemption in win over William & Mary

Jason Morgan needed to make some adjustments.After a rough performance against Virginia on Sunday, Morgan took to the mound at Boshamer Stadium on Wednesday seeking a second chance.And through three perfect innings in No. 13 North Carolina’s 17-2 win over William & Mary, he found that redemption. (Daily Tar Heel)

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