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North Carolina baseball adds 24 newcomers to experienced roster heading into 2024 season

For fans who looked around the diamond at UNC during Friday’s scrimmage against Walters State, they might not recognize too many names. The baseball program added 24 new players this offseason. “Those recruiting rankings, I like to re-rank them after a season or after a couple of seasons,” UNC's said. “But we’re excited about them.” (WNCN)

UNC Baseball Newcomers Ranked Among Nation's Best

UNC's 24 baseball newcomers ranks as the nation's No. 12 recruiting class, according to Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Eight of the 14 prep student-athletes are North Carolina natives, including NCBCA 4A Player of the Year Luke Stevenson, NCBCA 2A Pitcher of the Year Folger Boaz and a host of all-state pitchers. UNC's class was ranked No. 1 in the ACC. (

Podcast: Discussing Major League Tar Heels

Tom Jensen and Aaron Keck talk baseball, with several Tar Heels in the MLB playoff hunt. That includes Cy Young Award contender Zac Gallen and catcher , while struggles to find a spot on the extremely deep Dodgers roster. Meanwhile, Cooper Criswell and are bouncing between the Tampa Bay Rays and Durham Bulls. (

Vance Honeycutt boasts an impressive baseball toolset

grew up with a strong UNC athletics fandom. He lived less than two hours from campus, and his parents were student-athletes at UNC during their college careers. Over the last two years, Honeycutt has quickly risen to prominence as one of the best players in college baseball while living out his childhood dream of playing for the Tar Heels. (Baseball Prospect Journal)

Diamond Heels Rout Walters State In First Fall Baseball Exhibition Game

UNC Baseball opened its fall exhibition season with a 26-5 win over Walters State Community College in 14 innings on Friday. The Tar Heels' pitching staff combined to strike out 22 batters. and Aidan Haugh led UNC with three strikeouts each. hit two home runs - totaling nearly 900 feet – and finished 3-for-3 with four RBI. (

UNC Baseball Welcomes 24 Newcomers To The Program

Ahead of its exhibition game against Walters State Friday, UNC head baseball coach announced the 24 newcomers who have joined the program. The class includes 14 high school recruits, six NCAA transfers, three junior college transfers, and one NCAA Division III transfer. Fourteen of the newcomers are pitchers and 10 are position players. (

Carolina Baseball Fall Preview: Pressing Questions

As the leaves start to turn in Chapel Hill, and the Diamond Heels have begun the process that is fall baseball. It is the number one question in Carolina Baseball - how is and when will North Carolina fans see him roaming center field in the Bosh again? For Honeycutt, ending his sophomore with a lower back injury was not optimal. (Inside Carolina)

Diamond Heels Announce Fall Exhibition Baseball Schedule

The UNC baseball team will host Walters State Community College and Liberty for a pair of exhibition games this fall, coach announced on Monday. The Tar Heels will welcome Walters State to Boshamer Stadium for a 5 p.m. exhibition on Friday, Sept. 22, before hosting Liberty at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20. Admission to the each game is free. (

UNC Baseball Holds First Scrimmage Of The Fall

UNC Baseball held its first scrimmage of the Fall on Friday at Boshamer Stadium as Navy topped the Blue squad 4-1 in a six-inning scrimmage on a perfect day for baseball. 's home run was the only extra base hit of the afternoon. Alex Madera and were the only players with multiple base hits as both went 2-3 at the plate. (

UNC Baseball Opens Fall Practice Friday

The UNC baseball team will hold their first team practice of the fall Friday at Boshamer Stadium. Practice will extend into October, concluding with the program's annual Navy and Blue Fall World Series Oct. 24-28. The Tar Heels made their sixth straight NCAA Tournament appearance and return 19 players while welcoming the ACC's No. 1 recruiting class. (
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