Charlotte swept its doubleheader with visiting Siena at Robert and Mariam Hayes Stadium on Saturday, winning the first game 5-3 and taking the second 9-3.
In the opener, Charlotte (13-5) catcher Brett Lang drove in the game-winning run with a double in the eighth inning
Justin Seager, Brett Lang and Nick Daddio each homered in the second game as the 49ers won despite giving up 10 hits to the Saints (3-12).
Davidson 22, Furman 2: The host Wildcats (7-9, 3-5 Southern Conference) set new team records for runs and margin of victory in a conference game, as they downed the Paladins (14-5, 5-3) at Wilson Field.
Eleven Wildcats, including all nine starters, combined for 19 hits, including three home runs.
First baseman Andrew Barna led Davidson (7-9, 3-5) with four RBIs, driving in two each with a single and a home run.
South Carolina 2-0, Missouri 0-4: Left-hander Nolan Belcher hurled 81/3 scoreless innings and combined with senior left-hander Tyler Webb for a five-hit shutout as the Gamecocks (17-3, 2-1 SEC) took the first game of their doubleheader with the Tigers (6-9, 1-2), but Missouri rebounded for a win in the nightcap.
In the opener, South Carolina went ahead 1-0 when Missouri center fielder Logan Pearson mishandled a single by Joey Pankake that allowed Max Schrock to score from first.
In the nightcap, Missouri raced out to a three-run lead in the first two innings and three pitchers combined to keep South Carolina scoreless while snapping its 10-game winning streak.
Clemson 7, Virginia 6: Garrett Boulware hit a walk-off single with the bases loaded and two outs in the ninth inning to propel the visiting Tigers (11-6, 3-2 ACC) over the Cavaliers (16-2, 3-2).
Virginia trailed 6-3 in the fifth inning before tying the game in the eighth. Clemson snapped its nine-game losing streak to the Cavaliers which dated to the 2010 season.
North Carolina 14, Miami 2: Starter Benton Moss didn’t allow a base hit until the sixth inning as the Tar Heels (17-1, 4-1 ACC) evened their series with the visiting Hurricanes (15-5, 2-3) at one game apiece.
Coming off their first loss of the season, the Tar Heels (17-1, 4-1 ACC) struck first with two runs in the second inning.
UNC tacked on 11 runs in the bottom of the third, as the Tar Heels connected for seven hits in the inning.
Miami (15-5, 2-3 ACC) got two runs off reliever Reilly Hovis in the eighth.
Wake Forest 13, N.C. State 4: The host Deacons (12-9, 1-4 ACC) evened the teams’ weekend series at one apiece, jumping to a 5-0 lead thanks to a first inning grand slam by Jack Carey. The Wolfpack (15-5, 2-3 ACC) rebounded with two runs in the second, but Wake matched that in the bottom of the inning to pull ahead 7-2.
Virginia Tech 14, Duke 7: A five-run first inning gave the Hokies (15-5, 3-2 ACC) a lead they would not relinquish as they downed the Blue Devils (10-9, 2-3) at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
The Blue Devils cut the deficit to three runs in both the second and seventh innings.
East Carolina 16, Jacksonville 3: Jack Reinheimer had five hits as the Pirates (10-8) cruised against the host Dolphins (6-13) to snap a three-game losing streak and even the series.
The Pirates, who trailed 5-4 after four innings, scored three runs in the fifth to take a 7-5 lead and never looked back.
Gardner-Webb 4, Campbell 0: Erik Heiligenstadt hurled a complete-game, four-hit shutout and Benji Jackson drove in two runs as Bulldogs (12-6-1, 1-1 Big South) beat the visiting Camels (15-3, 1-1) to give coach Rusty Stroupe his 300th win.