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Six Diamond Heels Named To All-ACC Academic Team

Six members of the UNC baseball team have been named to the 2024 All-ACC Academic Team. Outfielder Vance Honeycutt earned a spot on the team for the third straight year, while , Matthew Matthijs, and were recognized for the second straight season. Freshmen and Luke Stevenson also were named to the team. (

Freshman Duo Selected For USA Baseball Training Camp

North Carolina freshmen and have been invited to the 2024 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Training Camp. The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Training Camp will feature 56 of the premier non-draft-eligible college players for a two-game Stars vs. Stripes intrasquad series in Cary, N.C., on June 26 and 27. (

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Baseball Season Ends, Tom Maxwell Interview, Poddy Nominations

The Tar Heels couldn't quite it done in Omaha as UNC's terrific baseball season comes to a close (8:39). Former lead singer of Squirrel Nut Zippers, Tom Maxwell, discusses his time at UNC, life in the music industry, his new book on the Chapel Hill music scene, and living in a haunted house (31:55). Plus: Poddy nominations! (1:42:53). (Listen To Podcast)

Vance Honeycutt, Dalton Pence Earn Baseball All-America Honors

A pair of UNC baseball players received All-America honors Friday. Outfielder was named Second Team All-America by Baseball America, while sophomore pitcher was named Third Team. This is Honeycutt's fourth All-America honor of the season. Honeycutt finished the season with a UNC record 65 career home runs. (

Checking in on the Tar Heels in MLB

The headliner for UNC Baseball alumni in MLB in recent years has been Arizona Diamondbacks’ pitcher . Last year, he was named the National League’s starting pitcher in the All-Star Game. After a good start to the season, he is currently on the injured list. When available, he’s been as good as last year, posting a 3.12 ERA in 58 innings. (Tar Heel Blog)

Chansky’s Notebook: The Wealth Gap

Of all four ACC teams at the College World Series, the remaining SEC entries look different and play a different brand of ball. Their athletes are more buffed and bearded and seem like what they are – paid to play. Like the wealth gap and societal gap, the college athletics gap could mean UNC will field good teams but not as many championship teams. (

Vance Honeycutt’s Star Shines One Last Time for UNC on CWS Stage

UNC didn't accomplish its goal in Omaha, but it wasn't because center fielder 's star power didn't shine on college baseball's biggest stage. He belted two home runs and supplied five RBI across three CWS games. And in the opener, his two-out liner in the bottom of the ninth inning lifted the Tar Heels to a walk-off victory against Virginia. (Inside Carolina)

Diamond Heels Enter Offseason With Heads Held High: 'I’m Proud of Carolina Baseball'

wasted no time following UNC’s season-ending loss to Florida State on Tuesday. "I told the guys in the locker room: the word that came to my mind was proud. Because they should be proud of what they’ve done this entire season." Those players helped the Diamond Heels reach the College World Series for the first time in six seasons. (

'You don't want it to end': Diamond Heels reflect after season-ending loss to Florida State

During coach ’ fourth season at the helm, there’s something to say about this season’s unprecedented success. It’s been building since he took over the UNC Baseball program. Before the 2024 season, the goal was simple: punch a ticket to Omaha and win a national championship. “You don’t want it to end,” said. (Daily Tar Heel)

Vance Honeycutt Named to ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Team

North Carolina junior centerfielder has been named to the 2024 ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Team, the American Baseball Coaches Association and Rawlings Sporting Goods announced on Wednesday afternoon. Honeycutt becomes the first Tar Heel ever to win a Gold Glove award, earning one of three outfield spots on the team. (
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