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Resetting The Scene In Gainesville

After a very long Sunday at the ballpark, North Carolina and Long Beach State left late on Sunday night having decided nothing in an NCAA Tournament elimination game. The game, slated for a 1 p.m. start, was plagued by multiple rain delays totaling over six hours. When it was finally suspended Sunday evening, the Dirtbags held a 5-4 lead in the top of the seventh inning. (GoHeels.com)

UNC-LBSU Suspended, Will Resume Monday At Noon

Game five of the 2014 NCAA Gainesville Regional between North Carolina and Long Beach State was halted due to rain with the Dirtbags leading 5-4 in the top of the seventh and will be resumed Monday at noon at McKethan Stadium. The two teams sat through over six hours of delays after the 1:05 start before the field was deemed unplayable. (GoHeels.com)

Scary moment: UNC's Michael Russell hit in the head with a fastball

Michael Russell, a shortstop for North Carolina, was hit in the head with a pitch from Florida's Bobby Poyner in the second inning of an elimination game of the NCAA Tournament's Gainesville Regional on Saturday afternoon. It was not a pretty sight. (Sporting News)

NCAA Regional: #3 UNC vs #2 Long Beach St.

UNC faces another potential season ending loss and gets a second crack at the Dirtbags of Long Beach State. UNC lost to LBSU 6-1 on Friday sending the Heels into the loser's bracket. The Tar Heels went on to knock off Florida 5-2 ending the Gators' season. LBSU fell to College of Charleston 6-3 in the winner's bracket game setting up today's win or go home contest. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: NCAAT UNC vs. Florida Highlights

Highlights from North Carolina's 5-2 win over No. 2 national seed Florida in the NCAA Tournament's Gainesville regional. UNC's win eliminated the Gators and ended their season. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Eliminate No. 2 Gators, 5-2

North Carolina scored all five of its runs in the third inning after a lengthy rain delay and the third-seeded Tar Heels held on to eliminate No. 2 national seed Florida 5-2 Saturday at McKethan Stadium. Alex Raburn, Tyler Ramirez, Adam Pate and Korey Dunbar all had run-scoring hits in the frame for Carolina, which will face the Long Beach State-College of Charleston loser in an elimination game Sunday at 1 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

North Carolina eliminates No. 2 seed Florida

The Gators did not react well to a rain delay that lasted over three hours, giving up five runs after the raining stopped and never recovering as North Carolina beat the host Florida team 5-2 to eliminate the overall No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Tar Heels will face the loser of Saturday night's late game between Long Beach State and College of Charleston at 1 p.m. Sunday. (USA Today)

Tar Heels end Gators' season

Florida’s 2014 baseball season came to a swift and stunning end Saturday. The No. 2 national seed Gators were knocked out of the Gainesville Regional with a 5-2 loss to North Carolina at McKethan Stadium. Florida (40-23) couldn’t overcome a five-run North Carolina third inning, which came shortly after a three-hour, 19-minute rain delay. (Gainesville Sun)

Video: NCAAT Highlights vs. Long Beach State

Highlights from North Carolina's 6-1 loss to Long Beach State in the NCAA Baseball Tournament regional in Gainesville, Florida. (GoHeels.com)

NCAA Regional: #3 UNC vs #1 Florida

Win or go home. For UNC that will mean knocking off the tournament's #2 overall seed on its home field to do it. UNC, which dropped a 6-1 decision to regional #3 seed Long Beach State will hope to stay alive and knock the home-standing Gators out of the regional. Florida lost 3-2 to College of Charleston in a game that started after 10 PM Friday night thanks to a weather delay. (Tar Heel Blog)

Costly fourth inning dooms Tar Heels

A six-run fourth inning in the opening game of the Gainesville Regional, and No. 3-seed North Carolina was on the wrong end — all six runs given up by ace Trent Thornton. "It was one of those innings where you wake up in the middle of the night and hope you were just dreaming it," coach Mike Fox said. "But, you have to give them credit and then you hope it doesn't deflate your team." (Carolina Blue)

NCAA Regional: Long Beach St. 6 UNC 1

Trent Thornton gave up six runs in the bottom of the fourth and UNC could do very little with Dirtbag starter Andrew Rohrbach as the Heels fell into the loser's bracket of the Gainesville Regional with a 6-1 loss. UNC will face the loser of today's second game in Gainesville between the region's top seed Florida and #4 seed College of Charleston. That game is set for 1:00 PM on Saturday. (Tar Heel Blog)

Long Beach State beats North Carolina 6-1

Eric Hutting and Carlton Vaughn had two-run hits in the fourth inning to lead Long Beach State to a 6-1 victory over North Carolina on Friday in the opening game of the NCAA baseball Gainesville Regional at Florida's McKethan Stadium. The Dirtbags (33-24), batted around in the fourth against Tar Heels starter Trent Thornton (7-4), scoring all of their runs and on all of their five hits. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Tar Heels handled by Long Beach State

North Carolina struggled against Long Beach State ace Andrew Rohrbach Friday in the opening game of the Gainesville Regional in the NCAA Tournament, as the Dirtbags defeated the Diamond Heels, 6-1. UNC now awaits the loser of Friday night's Florida/College of Charleston matchup in an elimination game Saturday afternoon at 1:00 pm. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC baseball hopes for one final role reversal entering the NCAA tournament

Even with all that North Carolina lost from a season ago – all the All-ACC players and Major League draft picks – there was still a sense entering the season that the Tar Heels would persevere. That maybe it would even be easy – or certainly easier than it has been. (Charlotte Observer)

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