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UNC Baseball Faces UNCW In Home Opener Tuesday

No. 6 North Carolina will play their first games of the season at Boshamer Stadium this week as they host UNCW and St. John's. The Tar Heels will take UNCW on Tuesday and St. John's on Wednesday, with both games slated to start at 3 p.m. ET. Carolina went 2-1 in their series opener at USF this past weekend, making it the 11th straight series win for the Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

Newest D1Baseball Top 25 Poll Has UNC Holding Steady at No. 6

The North Carolina baseball team traveled to Tampa this past weekend for its season-opening series against South Florida, winning two of the three games. As a result, the Tar Heels held their spot at No. 6 in the D1Baseball.com Top 25 poll–released Monday. After being held to just three runs in Friday’s loss to the Bulls, UNC's bats woke up Saturday and Sunday. (Chapelboro.com)

North Carolina Baseball Announces 2018 Promotional Schedule

The Diamond Heels promotional schedule for this baseball season is highlighted by the return of some Boshamer Stadium favorites, including two Bark at the Bosh dates (March 16 & April 24) and our postgame fireworks show on April 20th. Some new promotions include Free Shirt Friday on March 30th and Kyle Seager Bobblehead Night on May 18th. (GoHeels.com)

Historic Weekend For Greg Duncan, Olympic Sports Notes

Competing in the ACC Championships for the first time, freshman Greg Duncan accomplished a feat no North Carolina male diver had achieved in 60 years. Duncan won the three-meter diving competition on Wednesday and the one-meter diving event on Thursday. In doing so, he became the first Tar Heel to sweep the springboard events since 1958. (GoHeels.com)

Diamond Heels Win Thriller At USF, 9-8

North Carolina won a thriller Sunday against USF thanks to an Ike Freeman solo home run in the top of the 10th inning and a three-inning win from Austin Bergner who retired nine straight Bulls batters. The Tar Heels blew a seven-run lead in the seventh inning before battling back to earn its second consecutive win and clinch the opening series against the Bulls. (GoHeels.com)

UNC baseball downs USF, 12-5

No. 6 North Carolina bounced back from its season opening loss in a big way with a 12 to 5 win over USF at USF Baseball Field on Saturday night. Tyler Baum led the way on the mound for the Tar Heels as he went 5.1 innings and set a career high with 10 strikeouts. The Tar Heel bats came alive Saturday night as they drove in 12 runs on 14 hits. (GoHeels.com)

UNC baseball rallies late but falls to USF, 4-3

No. 6 North Carolina's late-game rally fell short as they lost their season opener 4-3 against USF on Friday in Tampa at USF Baseball Field. Despite lead off batters going 5-9 on the night, the Tar Heels went 3-25 with runners on base and stranded 12 base runners in game one of the three-game series. The Tar Heels will be back in action Saturday at 6:30 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

UNC baseball sophomores return as expected leaders for 2018 season

Sophomores are expected to lead the way for the Tar Heels in the 2018 season. Three UNC players were named first-team Freshman All-Americans, beginning with Ashton McGee. McGee spent the majority of his first year at designated hitter, finished third on the team in batting average (.327) and added seven home runs and 46 RBIs. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Baseball Ready to Toss Out First Pitch of 2018

The sixth-ranked Tar Heels toss out the first pitch of the 2018 season on Friday in Tampa against South Florida. The hype surrounding this North Carolina team is even greater than a season ago, due to a stocked pitching staff headlined by starting right-hander Gianluca Dalatri and ace closer Josh Hiatt, both of whom were tabbed as preseason All-Americans. (Inside Carolina)

Interview with North Carolina baseball coach Mike Fox

There aren’t many in the game better than Mike Fox. In his time as the head baseball coach for The University of North Carolina, Fox has a record of 846-360-1. His Tar Heels have averaged almost 45 wins a season. They’ve made 16 trips to the postseason and been to Omaha 6 times. And oh, by the way, 88 of his former players have been selected in the MLB Draft. (USA Today)

UNC Baseball: Get The Two Back Up

North Carolina returns 80 percent of its innings pitched from last season. That group of pitchers is highlighted by sophomore Gianluca Dalatri, a member of the 55-player preseason Golden Spikes Award watch list, and All-American closer Josh Hiatt. Experienced reliever Hansen Butler also returns after missing last season due to shoulder surgery. (GoHeels.com)

With college baseball on the way, an early look at who could be on the road to Omaha

North Carolina - The tournament’s No. 2 overall seed couldn’t capitalize on the momentum. Davidson stunned them in their own regional. Much of UNC’s talent remains, though. The Tar Heels do have to replace ace J.B. Bukauskas (drafted in the first round), but sophomore right-hander Luca Dalatri and sophomore closer Josh Hiatt are poised to become the new stars. (Omaha World-Herald)

Zack Gahagan set for senior season for Diamond Heels

As he starts his senior season on the baseball team at North Carolina, Zack Gahagan is ready to put an exclamation mark on a college career that he hopes will be the springboard to the major leagues. The former North Henderson star begins his fourth year as a starter in the Tar Heels’ infield with an added 25 pounds he hopes will help him power through some injuries. (Blue Ridge Now)

UNC's Gianluca Dalatri anchors 2018 pitching staff

Mike Fox knew he was getting a good pitcher when Gianluca Dalatri committed to North Carolina in 2014. In his final three years of high school, Dalatri went 30-0 at Christian Brothers Academy in New Jersey and was named the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year twice. But after a game last March, the UNC head coach admitted, "He's better than I thought he was." (Daily Tar Heel)

Wild Card Matt Harvey Could Become Link To Mets’ Postseason Hopes

But if Matt Harvey can provide that link from the front to the back, they might just have the stuff of which postseason dreams are made. He seems ready. The offseason workouts went well, as pitching coach Dave Eiland recently told the media. And Harvey’s picture hasn’t appeared on the gossip pages with any of those high-fashion heartbreakers. (CBS New York)

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Baseball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 12
South Florida: 5
Sat, Feb 17

Upcoming Games:
North Carolina: 9
South Florida: 8
Sun, Feb 18

UNC vs. UNCW
Tue, Feb 20, 3:00 ET ACC Network Extra

UNC vs. St. John's
Wed, Feb 21, 3:00 ET ACC Network Extra

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