Menu

This Day In UNC Baseball History: June 24


Today in 'This Day in Recent Carolina Baseball History' we go back to 2006 for the only win in the College World Series finals in program history, thanks to a huge day from Matt Danford, Jonathan Hovis, and in the bullpen and 4 hits from . On June 24, 2006 UNC took on Oregon State in the opener of the College World Series finals. (GoHeels.com)

Related: , Baseball Recruiting

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Baseball Season Ends, Tom Maxwell Interview, Poddy Nominations
The Tar Heels couldn't quite it done in Omaha as UNC's terrific baseball season comes to a close (8:39). Former lead singer of Squirrel Nut...

Vance Honeycutt, Dalton Pence Earn Baseball All-America Honors
A pair of UNC baseball players received All-America honors Friday. Outfielder Vance Honeycutt was named Second Team All-America by Baseball America, while sophomore pitcher Dalton...

Checking in on the Tar Heels in MLB
The headliner for UNC Baseball alumni in MLB in recent years has been Arizona Diamondbacks’ pitcher Zac Gallen. Last year, he was named the National...

Chansky’s Notebook: The Wealth Gap
Of all four ACC teams at the College World Series, the remaining SEC entries look different and play a different brand of ball. Their athletes...


© 2005-2024 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.