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'Once a decade' catcher Luke Stevenson brings unique hitting talent to UNC baseball


Recruiting out of Wake Forest High School, assistant coaches and Bryant Gaines knew how special he could be. "We have to have this guy," they said to coach . Forbes listened, and the freshman catcher quickly has become one of UNC’s most prolific hitters, ranking fifth on the team in batting average and RBI. (Daily Tar Heel)

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'Once a decade' catcher Luke Stevenson brings unique hitting talent to UNC baseball


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