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Chad Flack News & Bio


Name:Chad Flack
Hometown:Forest City, NC
High School:East Rutherford
Born:May 28, 1986 (34)
Notes:Baseball

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...

This Day In UNC Baseball History: June 21
Today in 'This Day in Recent Carolina Baseball History' we revisit 2006, 2007, and 2008 for a win that sent UNC to the College World...

This Day In UNC Baseball History: April 16
When UNC faced Charlotte in Cary on April 16, 2008 they were 30-7. Chad Flack had 3 hits, including the 300th of his career, and...

Tar Heels Power Past Liberty 16-1, Advance To Regional Final - Postgame Notes
UNC's 15-run margin of victory ties the Tar Heels' largest margin of victory ever in an NCAA Tournament game. Freshman Aaron Sabato followed Michael Busch...

Carolina Insider Podcast: College World Series
The Tar Heel baseball team is back in Omaha for the College World Series for an 11th appearance, and Friday's episode of the Carolina Insider...

Turner's Take: Their Time
Believe it or not, it's been 11 years since "Chad Flack just sent Carolina to Omaha." Ten years since a freshman class that included Dustin...

Near-annual run to Omaha started with one swing in 2006
It was June 10, 2006, when Chad Flack hit a two-run home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning of the...

Out of the park
Lauren Shuping clearly remembers her mom coming home from a UNC Chapel Hill football game in 2008 raving about a guy she met. He was...

North Carolina tops Dartmouth 5-2
Dustin Ackley stroked three hits last night to become North Carolina's career leading hitter, helping secure a 5-2 win over Dartmouth in the first round...

Chad Flack goes from infield to dugout
As Kevin Rudolf's "Let It Rock" blared out of the new state- of-the-art speakers at remodeled Boshamer Stadium, announcing the first batter of the season,...


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