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Tar Heels Drop Home Finale To Virginia

Virginia pounded out 16 hits and completed a three-game sweep with an 8-2 win over North Carolina Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. Matt Thaiss had three hits and drove in three runs to lead the Cavaliers, who clinched the No. 7 seed in next week's ACC tournament. Tyler Ramirez hit his ninth home run of the year for Carolina, which suffered a second straight series sweep for the first time since 2001. (GoHeels.com)

Virginia Defeats Carolina, 6-2

Virginia scored five runs in the first two innings and Brandon Waddell pitched seven scoreless innings as the Cavaliers beat North Carolina 6-2 Friday night at Boshamer Stadium. J.B. Bukauskas allowed five runs in 1.1 innings for the Tar Heels, who secured a spot in next week's ACC Championship despite the loss thanks to Wake Forest's loss at Duke. (GoHeels.com)

Virginia Topples Carolina In Extra Innings, 2-1

Robbie Coman's ninth inning RBI single forced extra innings and Virginia won it in the 10th as the Cavaliers beat UNC 2-1 Thursday at Boshamer Stadium. The rally spoiled another stellar home effort from Zac Gallen, who left after 8.1 innings with a 1-0 lead. Tyler Ramirez homered for UNC's lone run on a night when the Tar Heels were 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position and 0 for 12 with men on base. (GoHeels.com)

UNC-UVA Series Holds Major Post-Season Implications

It’s now or never for the UNC baseball team this weekend, as it hosts the Virginia Cavaliers at Boshamer Stadium in the final ACC weekend series of the year–with each team looking to put themselves in a favorable position heading into next week’s conference tournament. (Chapelboro.com)

Tar Heels Host Virginia In Final Regular Season Series

North Carolina wraps up the 2015 regular season with a three-game series against Virginia beginning Thursday at 7 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium. UNC enters the weekend tied for sixth in the ACC at 13-13 and 32-19 overall. All three games will be televised - Thursday’s contest is on the ACC Regional Sports Network, Friday is an ESPN3 broadcast and Saturday’s finale will be carried by ESPNU. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Baseball Gets Bounce Back Win

After getting swept at Notre Dame over the weekend, North Carolina responded with a 7-2 victory over UNCW in their final non-conference game of the regular season on Tuesday. Centerfielder Skye Bolt continued his power tear with a solo blast to left field in the fifth inning to break a 2-2 tie and ultimately serve as the game-winning run. The home run was Bolt’s fourth in his last five games. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heels Top Seahawks, 7-2

Skye Bolt's ninth home run broke a 2-2 tie in the fifth and A.J. Bogucki picked up his first win of the year as North Carolina beat UNCW 7-2 Tuesday evening at Boshamer Stadium. With the victory, Mike Fox, who is in his 32nd overall season as a head coach and his 17th at Carolina, became the 15th coach in NCAA history to win 1,300 games. (GoHeels.com)

McCorkle, Pate, Utley Take Top Strength Honors

The UNC strength and conditioning program has announced its most outstanding performers for Olympic sports for the 2014-15 school year, with Hayley McCorkle (volleyball), Adam Pate (baseball) and Alex Utley (wrestling) taking top honors. Pate, a rising junior outfielder from Pikeville, N.C., was the top male SuperRam, which measures overall athleticism. (GoHeels.com)

Angels catcher Chris Iannetta starting to see a light at end of dark tunnel

It started with him being a little late on everything as the season began. He over-corrected on that, and so he tried to slow his whole approach down. Then that led to a more pronounced leg kick that messed up his timing all over again. Angels catcher Chris Iannetta has been struggling something awful at the plate in 2015, batting .091 entering play Sunday, and there are several reasons why. (Orange County Register)

Diamond Heels Host UNCW In Final Midweek Game Tuesday

North Carolina plays its final non-conference game of the 2015 regular season Tuesday when the Tar Heels welcome UNC-Wilmington to Boshamer Stadium at 6 p.m. Carolina is 31-19 after dropping three games at Notre Dame over the weekend, while the Seahawks are 33-15 after losing three at Charleston (GoHeels.com)

It Was Not a Good Weekend for UNC Baseball

Things did not go exactly as planned with UNC blowing leads of three runs or more in the first and third games of the series against Notre Dame and getting shutdown in the second for an Irish sweep of the Tar Heels. If you are keeping score men's basketball, lacrosse, football, soccer and baseball are 0-8 versus Notre Dame this season. (Tar Heel Blog)

Tar Heels and Seahawks Set For Battle

Coming off a disappointing weekend series at Notre Dame where they were swept for the first time all season long, the UNC baseball team looks to regroup in this, the final week of the regular season. The first chance they’ll get comes Tuesday, as the UNC-Wilmington Seahawks make a visit to Boshamer Stadium for a rematch of a game the Tar Heels won 6-5 in 12 innings back on April 22nd. (Chapelboro.com)

This Week With Mike Fox

Inside Carolina spoke with North Carolina Baseball coach Mike Fox after the Diamond Heels were swept over the weekend by Notre Dame to fall to 31-19 (13-13 ACC). They finish out the regular season this week hosting UNC-Wilmington on Tuesday and then Virginia for a Thursday-Saturday series. (Inside Carolina)

No. 20 Tar Heels Fall In Series Finale

Kyle Richardson's first career home run was a game-winner as Notre Dame completed a three-game sweep with an 8-7 win over No. 20 North Carolina Sunday at Frank Eck Stadium. Carolina ran out to a 6-0 lead but the Irish hit five home runs and kept the Tar Heels off the scoreboard over the final six innings to complete the comeback. (GoHeels.com)

Notre Dame Sweeps Doubleheader With 3-1 Win

Notre Dame completed a doubleheader sweep with a 3-1 victory over No. 20 North Carolina Saturday evening at Frank Eck Stadium. The Irish scored twice in the first against UNC starter J.B. Bukauskas and got six shutout innings of relief from Ryan Smoyer to secure the series win. Carolina fell to 31-18 and 13-12 in the ACC. The Tar Heels will try to avoid a sweep in Sunday's series finale at 1 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

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