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UNC Baseball Ranked No. 13 In NCBWA Preseason Poll

The UNC baseball program received its fourth top 15 preseason ranking as the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association ranked the Tar Heels at No. 13 to start 2023. In addition to this week's poll, the Diamond Heels have been ranked No. 11 by Collegiate Baseball, No. 12 by DI Baseball, No. 13 by Perfect Game, and No. 17 by Baseball America. (

Vance Honeycutt Receives More Baseball Preseason All-America Honors

UNC sophomore outfielder continues to receive high praise from national baseball media outlets as he was selected First-Team Preseason All-America by DI Baseball and Second Team Preseason All-America by Baseball America. Honeycutt was also named First-Team Preseason All-America by Collegiate Baseball and Perfect Game. (

Diamond Heels Wrap Up First Week Of Preseason Baseball Scrimmages

The North Carolina Tar Heels concluded their first weekend of baseball scrimmages on Sunday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium as the Blue and Navy squads played to a 5-5 tie in a seven-inning scrimmage. and were the only players with multiple base hits. King was 2-4 with a pair of singles and Holbrook was 2-5 with two singles. (

Michael Busch cracks the top 10 prospects list in his position for MLB Pipeline

Former UNC second-baseman is gaining some momentum in the minors after being named to the top 10 prospects to watch in his position. Busch last laced up for UNC in 2018, landing with the LA Dodgers in round one of the 2019 MLB draft. Since then, the 25-year-old has put on a show in the minors, becoming a top prospect to watch. (Tar Heels Wire)

Navy Squad Takes 6-5 Win In UNC Baseball Intrasquad Scrimmage Saturday

The North Carolina Tar Heels held a nine-inning baseball scrimmage on Saturday afternoon at a sun-drenched Boshamer Stadium as the Navy squad held on for a 6-5 win over Blue. Six players had multiple base hits. was 3-4 with a home run, while was 3-5 with a double. Kevin Eaise and were the starting pitchers. (

Vance Honeycutt Named ACC Preseason Player of the Year by D1Baseball

North Carolina outfielder has been named the ACC Preseason Player of the Year, according to the writers at D1Baseball, considered the top source for college baseball coverage and rankings. Honeycutt, a sophomore from Salisbury, N.C., was also named first-team preseason All-America by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper on December 19. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Baseball Media Day Quotes

North Carolina Baseball coach on having 12 new pitchers: "Our pitchers did a phenomenal job last year, but we were never comfortable with our pitching depth. I feel like we have a deeper level of talent on the mound. I'm excited to see how that shakes out and who's going to be the starters and who's going to be the back-end guys." (

Tar Heels Hold First Baseball Scrimmage Of The Spring Friday

UNC held its first intrasquad baseball scrimmage of the Spring on Friday as the Navy squad took a 4-3 win over Blue in a six-inning scrimmage at Boshamer Stadium. Blue scored first as led off the bottom of the first with a home run to left. put Navy ahead 4-2 with his three-run homer to right-center in the fourth. (

Carolina Insider Podcast: Beau Maye & Zac Gallen Interviews; UNC Basketball Updates

UNC picked up a high-quality road win on Tuesday at Syracuse. and Adam Lucas recap the victory (6:21). Audio of the video podcast interview with Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher (and former Tar Heel great) (36:35). Plus, discusses battling adversity, the basketball season, and the Maye family (44:27). (Listen To Podcast)

Restocked pitching staff, stars such as Honeycutt have expectations high for UNC baseball

With an influx of newcomers, reigning ACC champion North Carolina will have plenty of pitching to bolster a talented baseball roster. The Tar Heels lost some veterans but many players who were key parts of last season’s incredible second-half run return, including sensational center fielder , third baseman and pitcher . (Tar Heel Tribune)
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