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UNC Baseball vs. Walters State Scrimmage Notes


Five Tar Heels had multi-hit games and nine pitchers combined to allow only five hits as UNC defeated junior college powerhouse Walters State 12-2 in a 13-inning baseball scrimmage Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. ’ squad is set to host national runner-up Vanderbilt on Oct. 15. Here are a few notes from the scrimmage against Walters State. (Boshamer Bulletin)

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UNC Baseball vs. Walters State Scrimmage Notes


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