Justin Seagers’ walkoff double gave Charlotte a 7-6 victory over visiting Siena as the 49ers recovered after blowing a six-run lead at Mariam Hayes Stadium.
Shane Basen scored from first on Seager’s double.
Charlotte (11-5) broke open a scoreless game in the bottom of the sixth with six runs. The 49ers started the sixth inning with four straight hits, including a single by Michael Green that scored two.
Siena immediately (3-10) responded with a six-run inning of its own in the top of the seventh with four batters collecting RBIs, including two on a double by Mike Allen.
South Carolina 4, Missouri 1: Evan Beal struck out 10 batters as the Gamecocks (16-2) defeated the Tigers (5-8) in each teams’ SEC opener at Columbia, Mo.
Grayson Greiner homered and scored a pair of runs and TJ Costen had a key two-run single for the Gamecocks.
Beal went 61/3 innings, giving up one run on eight hits.
Miami 4, North Carolina 1: The Hurricanes (15-5, 2-2 ACC) took control with a three-run fifth inning to hand the Tar Heels (16-1, 3-1) their first loss of the season
In the third, Miami’s Alex Hernandez had an RBI-single and Chantz Mack singled home two more as UNC starter Kent Emanuel allowed his first runs in the past 18 innings.
UNC pulled a run back in the sixth thanks to an RBI single by Skye Bolt.
Miami pushed the lead back to three in the top of the seventh on an RBI single by Chris Barr.
N.C. State 12, Wake Forest 6: Tarran Senay was 5-5 with a home run and the Wolfpack (15-4, 2-2 ACC) rolled its series opener against the Deacons (11-9, 0-4) at Winston-Salem. Up 5-2 through four innings, the Wolfpack broke the game open with four runs in the fifth inning.
Carlos Rodon (2-2) captured the win, striking out eight and giving up three earned over six innings.
Virginia Tech 2, Duke 1 (11): Chad Morgan hit a pinch-hit RBI single and Jake Joyce closed things out for the Hokies (14-5, 2-2 ACC) in a comeback win against the host Blue Devils (10-8, 2-2).
Campbell 7, Gardner-Webb 1: Ben McQuown and Michael Felton both picked up two hits and scored twice while Ryan Mattes picked up his fourth win of the year to lead the visiting Camels (15-2) past the Bulldogs (11-6-1) in the Big South opener for both teams at Boiling Springs.
Furman 7, Davidson 1: Shortstop Michael Zeblo’s home run represented the lone run for the host Wildcats (6-9, 2-5 Southern Conference), as Taylor Johnson’s 4-5 night keyed the Paladins’ (14-4, 5-2) victory at Wilson Field.
Wingate 6, Carson-Newman 4: The host Bulldogs (16-12, 9-4 South Atlantic) moved into a three-way tie atop the league standings with a victory over the Eagles (13-11, 9-4). The two teams are joined by Catawba at the top of the conference.
Rhode Island 4, Winthrop 0: The Eagles’ (5-12) bats were silenced as Rams (4-11) starter Mike Bradstreet went the distance, allowing five hits and striking out six at Winthrop Ballpark.