Tar Heels come apart in first inning as season ends

North Carolina started sophomore right-handed pitcher Joey Lancellotti (6-4) for his second start of the season. He walked the game’s first four batters, and was replaced by Connor Ollio. “I’ll be second-guessed from now until the end of time on this one,” said coach Mike Fox, who figured the team needed Lancellotti to last 75 to 80 pitches against Auburn. (Burlington Times News)

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