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Diamond Heels Move Up to No. 6 in D1Baseball Top 25

Coming off the first sweep over NC State in Raleigh in program history–a team ranked No. 3 in the country last week–the UNC baseball team moved up four spots to No. 6 in this week’s D1Baseball.com Top 25. It matches the Tar Heels’ preseason ranking, which is also the highest they’ve been ranked all year after a 7-7 start dropped them out of the polls. (Chapelboro.com)

Chansky’s Notebook: ‘Trips’ All Around

Jenny Levy tops a Sunday of three’s for the Tar Heels. On a weekend the Carolina baseball team swept N.C. State in Raleigh for the first time ever and the women’s tennis team won its third straight ACC championship, Jenny Levy did it again. Her women’s lacrosse team also won the ACC tournament for the third consecutive year, adding to Levy’s incredible record. (Chapelboro.com)

Kyle Datres leads UNC with MLB draft looming

Kyle Datres looks like a near-lock to be selected in the MLB draft this June and reaching a childhood dream is fast approaching. But Datres is not thinking about the draft and that is helping his cause. Datres is putting together the best season of his three-year college career at North Carolina, hitting .352 and helping the Tar Heels earn the country’s No. 10 ranking. (Williamsport Sun-Gazette)

Tense from start to finish: Tar Heels turn back Wolfpack

Freshman Ben Casparius found himself in a high pressure situation for North Carolina’s baseball team Sunday afternoon in the Tar Heels' win over the Wolfpack. “He’s not much of a thinker and that helps,” North Carolina coach Mike Fox said of his reliever in the ninth-inning, bases-loaded jam against North Carolina State. “I think he knew what the situation was.” (Burlington Times News)

No. 6 Tar Heels Sweep No. 2 NC State, Win Finale 5-4

No. 6 North Carolina swept No. 2 N.C. State in Raleigh for the first time in program history with a 5-4 win at Doak Field on Sunday. The Heels relied on four relief innings from Caden O'Brien and a six-out save from Ben Casparius to capture the win and stay atop the ACC standings. The Heels jumped out to an early lead in the top of the first when the offense loaded the bases with one out. (GoHeels.com)

UNC wins Sunday game 5-4, sweeps NC State

No. 10 North Carolina swept No. 2 NC State with a 5-4 win Sunday, firming the Tar Heels' hold on the ACC's top spot after handing the Wolfpack its first series L of the season Saturday. The Tar Heels started things early, scoring in the first inning on a controversial play as Michael Busch collided with Pack catcher Jack Conley, scoring on Ike Freeman's fly out. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Video: Diamond Heels Clinch Series vs. NC State - Highlights

Behind a stellar start from Austin Bergner (8.0 IP, 3 ER, 11 Ks) and home runs by Michael Busch, Kyle Datres, and Cody Roberts, North Carolina took game two, 8-6, and clinched the series win over NC State in Raleigh. Read More...

Bergner Tosses A Gem In 8-6 Win, Tar Heels Clinch Series Over NC State

No. 10 North Carolina took down No. 2 NC State, 8-6, thanks to a gem from Austin Bergner on the mound to secure the series win and move the Tar Heels to 30-13 and an ACC best 17-6 in conference. Bergner tied a career high throwing eight innings while striking out 11 batters, allowing no walks and only surrendering five hits. UNC is 23-6 over its last 29 games. (GoHeels.com)

No. 10 UNC hands No. 2 Pack first series L of season

UNC never trailed in beating NC State 8-6 Saturday, giving the No. 2 Wolfpack a series L for the first time this season. The No. 10 Tar Heels scored four runs on three Pack mistakes late: a wild pitch in the seventh inning, a passed ball in the ninth and a Brandon Riley two-RBI single which scored Michael Busch and Kyle Datres, who was on base after being hit by a pitch. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Matt Harvey to focus on improving bullpen preparation

Matt Harvey, after admitting to be ticked off about his demotion to the New York Mets' bullpen, seems to have moved past his initial anger. He's intent on finding his groove again, with his goal being returning to the rotation. "I don't think we have a time frame,'' Mets manager Mickey Callaway said. Harvey wants to contribute and if it's as a reliever, so be it. (MLB.com)

Let’s Remember The Good Matt Harvey

Injuries have really derailed the promising career of Matt Harvey. The guy who took New York by the horn in 2013 and harnessed it. The guy who made Mets fans see the light at the end of the tunnel in 2013. The one who got the Mets to contention in 2015. The guy who almost put himself in the history books in the 2015 World Series. (Mets Merized Online)

No. 10 UNC Baseball takes first game 6-5 at No. 2 NC State

A three-run eighth inning helped No. 10 North Carolina past No. 2 NC State 6-5 in Friday's series opener in Raleigh (Highlights). NC State led in the eighth when UNC first baseman Ike Freeman cleared the bases with a double to right field, giving the Tar Heels the lead for good. UNC freshman pitcher Ben Casparius picked up his first career win. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Tar Heels visit Wolfpack to battle for ACC top spot

No. 2 NC State and No. 10 UNC take matching 15-6 ACC records into this weekend's series in Raleigh as the Atlantic and Coastal Division leaders battle for the top spot in the ACC standings. Pitting the programs against one another is one of the most fun parts of the season, but when the meeting is a Top-10 matchup with a sold-out crowd, it becomes bigger. (WRAL Sports Fan)

UNC, N.C. State Clash in Pivotal Weekend Baseball Series

The last time North Carolina and N.C. State met on the diamond both ranked in the top-10 nationally was 2013, which is also the last time either program advanced to the College World Series. This weekend’s pivotal ACC series at Doak Field certainly has a postseason feel and will likely provide a clearer picture as to the conference’s top baseball program. (Inside Carolina)

Brett Daniels Just Focuses on the Next Pitch

This season, Brett Daniels and Zack Gahagan are the Tar Heels' only seniors. Daniels doesn't say a lot. But he leads in other ways. "He's a great example for our other young pitchers to watch," Mike Fox said. "He'll give up a double, and then he'll come back and make a great pitch. He's one of the best I've ever seen that's able to just go on to the next pitch." (GoHeels.com)

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