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Carolina's Luis Paula eager to pitch in Greensboro homecoming
The cold, hard statistics won’t turn many heads. But Luis Paula’s transition from do-it-all high school star at Northeast Guilford to promising right-handed pitching prospect...

Tar Heels look to make run in ACC baseball tournament
UNC might have the most wins in college baseball since 2006, but that success hasn’t carried over to the ACC Tournament. The Tar Heels have...

UNC baseball enters ACC tournament on a hot streak
North Carolina doesn’t enter the ACC baseball tournament as the favorite – that would be top-seeded Florida State – but no team will arrive here...

UNC Heads To Greensboro For ACC Baseball Tournament
ACC Coastal Champion North Carolina will open the 2012 ACC Tournament Wednesday night at 7 p.m. against Wake Forest. The Tar Heels will also take...

Compilation: 5/22 baseball postseason projections
13-game winning streak, Coastal Division title, and 42 wins haven’t completely clarified Carolina’s NCAA Tournament future. The Tar Heels know they’ll be in the field...

Heels coming together at right time
Second-seeded Carolina, the champions of the baseball's Coastal Division, will play seventh-seeded Wake Forest (32-22, 13-17) at 7 p.m. on Wednesday in Greensboro, with Shane...

David Glenn Chats With Mike Fox, May 22
David Glenn caught up with North Carolina baseball coach Mike Fox on Glenn’s afternoon radio show. Among the topics they discussed: All-American Colin Moran’s injury...

2012 ACC Baseball Tournament Preview
The hottest team in the ACC, North Carolina enters the tournament on a 13-game winning streak, with nine of those wins against ACC teams. The...

Jacob Stallings for Most Invaluable Player
Now that the All-ACC team has been announced, one more award should be presented. That award is for Most Invaluable Player, the player most indispensable...

Tar Heels Turn to Shane Taylor
No. 2 seed North Carolina will start key reliever Shane Taylor in Wednesday’s ACC Tournament opener against No. 7 seed Wake Forest. The sophomore right-hander,...

Monday with Mike Fox
The Diamond Heels concluded their regular season with a sweep of Virginia Tech and a 42-13 (22-8 ACC) record. Mike Fox’s team heads into this...

Four Tar Heels Named All-ACC in Baseball
North Carolina placed four student-athletes on the 2012 All-Atlantic Coast Conference teams Monday as voted on by the league coaches. Pitchers Kent Emanuel and Michael...

ACC Baseball Tournament Up Next
No. 6 North Carolina secured the No. 2 seed in the ACC Tournament with its weekend sweep over Virginia Tech. The Tar Heels open the...

Schedule Set For ACC Baseball Championship
The ACC announced the times for the 2012 ACC Baseball Championship on Sunday and the second-seeded Tar Heels will begin play on Wednesday when they...

UNC, FSU Hold Top Seeds for 2012 ACC Baseball Championship
Atlantic Division champion Florida State and Coastal Division champion North Carolina will be the two top seeded teams for the 2012 ACC Baseball Championship, which...

Virginia Tech series Quick Hits
Top Hitters: Colin Moran was 5-for-13 in the series while registering two RBI and scoring three runs. Jacob Stallings went 4-for-11 on the weekend also...

Hobbs Johnson Nearly Perfect As UNC Sweeps
Sophomore Hobbs Johnson carried a perfect game into the eighth inning Saturday afternoon to help No. 6 North Carolina claim its fifth ACC sweep of...

Brooms out for Hokies
It wasn't perfection for Hobbs Johnson and the Tar Heels Saturday afternoon against Virginia Tech, but it was pretty darn close. Johnson, a freshman left-hander,...

Jacob Stallings: Senior Presence
As Jacob Stallings prepares to play the final regular season game of his career at Boshamer Stadium on Saturday, he does so having caught every...

Freshmen Lead Tar Heels To 12th Straight Win
Freshman Shell McCain connected on his first career home run to break up a no-hitter in the fifth inning and Benton Moss did the rest...

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