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UNC Baseball Knocked Out of NCAA Tournament

A play at the plate in the ninth inning went Davidson’s way, and as a result, the Wildcats upset No. 2 national seed UNC, 2-1, on Sunday. With Brandon Riley representing the tying run at second base, Zach Gahagan singled to right field to set up the dramatic events at home plate. Riley avoided catcher Jake Sidwell’s initial tag, but in doing so, failed to tag the plate on his first pass. (Inside Carolina)

UNC's baseball season ends with 2-1 loss to Davidson in Regional Championship

UNC's baseball season ended Sunday night with a 2-1 loss to Davidson in the Chapel Hill Regional as the home team's ninth-inning rally fell short. The Wildcats (35-24) advance to their first Super Regional after getting the program's first NCAA Tournament win ever on Friday. The overall No. 2 seed Tar Heels were hosting their first NCAA Regional in four years. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Mike Fox confident in UNC's pitching heading into rematch versus Davidson

It all clicked on Sunday afternoon for North Carolina to set up a rematch with the Davidson Wildcats at 6:00 PM. In a win-or-go-home scenario against Florida Gulf Coast, the Heels had hot bats that clocked 15 hits and scored 10 runs. UNC would defeat the Eagles 10-1. The attention now turns to an elimination game against the Wildcats. (Carolina Blue)

Steady offense helps UNC past FGCU, 10-1

Steady offense helped UNC keep its season alive with a 10-1 win against FGCU in the Tar Heels' second elimination game victory Sunday afternoon. UNC plays Davidson Sunday evening in the Chapel Hill Regional Championship. The Wildcats will advance to their first-ever Super Regional with a win, the Tar Heels force a Monday winner-takes-Super rematch with a win. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Andrew Miller: From Tar Heel to Untouchable

When former Diamond Heel Andrew Miller comes in to the game for the Cleveland Indians, the inning is already over. His minuscule 0.98 ERA and 83 Ks in 55 innings since being traded to Cleveland make it easy to understand why; not to mention he was the 4th ever reliever to win an ALCS MVP (besides Dennis Eckersley, Mariano Rivera and Koji Uehara) in 2016. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: UNC's Zack Gahagan moving forward with baseball after health scare

UNC infielder Zack Gahagan suffered a health scare in the offseason that not only threatened his career, it threatened his life. Gahagan, although not 100 percent has found therapy in the sport he loves - baseball. View Video...

Freshman pitching and timely offense keeps UNC alive

North Carolina's crucial win on Saturday afternoon over Michigan was a combination of stellar pitching from a freshman ace, timely hitting and playmaking. It was an elimination game. And the Tar Heels stepped up. "We got a great performance from Luca (Dalatri) today and that kind of set the tone," UNC coach Mike Fox told reporters after the 8-1 win. (Carolina Blue)

They’ll play another day: Tar Heels excuse Michigan, look toward potential busy slate

As Saturday’s game approached the midway point, UNC baseball coach Mike Fox didn’t want to reveal his emotions in front of his team. The Tar Heels, who’ve been pegged as one of the national favorites for this NCAA Tournament, looked vulnerable again. UNC responded and defeated Michigan 8-1 in an NCAA regional elimination game at Boshamer Stadium. (Burlington Times News)

Dog sparks North Carolina baseball's rally past Michigan in NCAAs

Baseball old-timers like to say one of the sport’s charms is you’re likely to see something happen you never saw before in a game. That axiom was validated in the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional when UNC’s “rally dog” ran onto the field to seemingly spark three runs and overcome a 1-0 deficit. UNC rode the interruption to an 8-1 victory Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. (Detroit Free Press)

Reliable Dalatri leads UNC past Michigan 8-1 in elimination game

UNC's combined six runs in the fifth and sixth innings helped the Tar Heels chase Michigan's starter, Michael Hendrickson, and reliever, Ryan Nutof, off the mound as the Tar Heels beat the Wolverines 8-1 to keep their season alive. A incidental interruption by Tar Heel therapy dog, REMINGTON, timed out with the start of North Carolina's nipping at the Wolverines' heels. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Tar Heels finally find a spark to stay alive in NCAA baseball tourney

There are any number of factors that could have ignited the spark that helped extend North Carolina’s baseball season Saturday. It could have been a sudden spell of wildness by Michigan pitcher Michael Hendrickson, a defensive two-strike swing by freshman Ashton McGee or even moment of comic relief from a therapy dog named Remington. Or all of the above. (North State Journal)

Turner's Take: Tomorrow

The task before them is difficult: a team that loses the first game of an NCAA Tournament Regional must win four straight to advance to Super Regionals. That's one on day two, a double header on day three and finally another on day four. It's still a formidable task, but the Tar Heels can only tackle it one game, one pitch, one at-bat at a time. Needing a win, they prevailed. (GoHeels.com)

UNC's Luca Dalatri Dealing

In the biggest start of his young career, Luca Dalatri turned in his best performance by stymieing Michigan’s bats to prolong No. 2 national seed North Carolina’s postseason with an 8-1 victory. “The game always starts with pitching and we got a great performance by Luca today,” UNC head coach Mike Fox said following the win. “That set the tone for us.” (Inside Carolina)

UNC Baseball Stays Alive, Rolls Past Michigan 8-1

No. 2 national seed North Carolina bounced back on Saturday with an 8-1 victory over Michigan in the loser’s bracket at Boshamer Stadium. The Tar Heels scored three runs in the fifth inning to take a 3-1 lead before adding three more in the sixth and another pair in the seventh. UNC will play the loser of No. 2 seed Florida Gulf Coast and Davidson on Sunday at 1 p.m. (Inside Carolina)

The Dark Knight is no more: It’s just Matt Harvey now

It is a long and lonely road back from Tommy John and thoracic outlet syndrome surgeries and Matt Harvey stepped in another pothole Friday night that is certain to sadden those romantic loyalists willing to forgive his occasional migrained selfishness and continue to yearn for their seething, sneering ace of yesteryear. (New York Post)

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