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‘We felt like we could do some damage’: UNC baseball’s Mac Horvath on cue in NCAA opener


As the UNC baseball staff prepared for Friday’s NCAA Tournament opener, the thought occurred to coach that might match up favorably against Hofstra pitcher Brad Camarda. "We felt like Camarda’s off-speed was OK, but he could land it. So if we stayed on the fastball and stayed on time, we felt like we could do some damage." (Burlington Times News)

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‘We felt like we could do some damage’: UNC baseball’s Mac Horvath on cue in NCAA opener


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