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Scott Forbes Calls Mac Horvath "Special"

For UNC Baseball coach , one player he’ll definitely miss is junior , a home run machine and a likely 2023 MLB Draft pick. "He’s a special kid. I’ve watched it unfold in front of my own eyes. I told him, you’ve left our program in a phenomenal spot. He bought into everything we were trying to do and he has led every single day." (

Chansky’s Notebook: Another Close Call

For the second straight weekend, UNC came up inches short from staying alive. At the NCAA men’s golf tournament, the Tar Heels starred on national TV before a couple of putts that went in and out left them short of the national championship match. This weekend, UNC Baseball scrapped through the NCAA regionals for three days before falling short. (

UNC Baseball vs. Iowa NCAA Tournament Postgame Quotes

UNC outfielder following the Tar Heels' season-ending loss to Iowa on Sunday in the NCAA Tournament: "Super grateful to be able to play here and for the guy (coach ) sitting next to me always believing in me, especially that freshman year. Just struggling and he always had my back and always believed in me. So incredibly thankful." (Inside Carolina)

UNC Baseball Falls To Iowa In Extra Innings, 6-5

A year after working out of the losers’ bracket to win the Chapel Hill Regional, North Carolina couldn’t replicate that magic. The Tar Heels rallied from a three-run eighth-inning deficit after No. 2 seed Iowa seized control with Brennen Dorighi’s three-run homer in the fifth inning. The Hawkeyes ousted the Tar Heels with a 6-5 13-inning victory Sunday. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Baseball Season Ends With Extra-Inning NCAA Tournament Loss To Iowa

North Carolina couldn’t climb out of the losers’ bracket this time around in the NCAA Tournament. The Tar Heels’ baseball season ended with a 6-5 loss to Iowa in 13 innings on Sunday in a regional elimination game at Bob Warn Field, as another late rally wasn’t enough against the Hawkeyes. Iowa dealt UNC both of its defeats in this Terre Haute Regional. (Inside Carolina)

Casey Cook Makes ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 For Second Time

Those homer-stealing Tar Heels keep snagging the spotlight. When right fielder reached his arm over the wall and stole a two-run home run from Wright State’s Julian Greenwell in the fifth inning of UNC’s 5–0 victory Saturday in the Terre Haute Regional, it earned him the No. 9 play on the ESPN "SportsCenter" Top 10 Plays segment. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Video: Daniel Bard embraces his battle with mental health after missing time due to anxiety

Colorado Rockies relief pitcher and former North Carolina Tar Heel ace started the season on the 15-day Injured List with anxiety. He battled the disorder more than a decade ago in Boston. He discusses with 9News how he faces the battle. (View Video)

UNC Baseball Faces Iowa In Sunday Elimination Game

The North Carolina Tar Heels and Iowa Hawkeyes match up at 12:00 PM ET on Sunday in an NCAA Tournament elimination game in Terre Haute, Ind. The game airs on ACC Network. The Tar Heels enter the contest following a 5-0 win against Wright State on Saturday. The Tar Heels are 23-4 when scoring six or more runs but are 2-8 in one-run games. (

UNC vs. Wright State NCAA Baseball Regional Postgame Quotes

Coach : "The guy () sitting beside me set the tone. That's why we won the game. Those two guys on the mound were outstanding, and a huge play by . I preach to these guys all the time the importance of pitching and defense, not giving away outs. I thought we defended really well today in the infield and in the outfield." (Inside Carolina)

Mac Horvath makes ‘swamp time’ pay off with huge 3-run homer

Swamp time was the right time for slugger and UNC. Before the game, he had the words “SWAMP TIME!” written on the tape that was around his left arm, and “Donkey” — as his teammates call him — proceeded to deliver a key three-run homer in the Tar Heels’ 5–0 victory Saturday over Wright State to stay alive in the Terre Haute Regional. (Tar Heel Tribune)
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