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College baseball results from around the Carolinas.
NC State has to win and hope those in front of it lose in order to make the 10-team ACC tournament.
While ninth-inning rally was turned back, UNC coach points to total performance as downfall
Danny Pardo drove in five runs as Campbell won 9-0 at NC State on Tuesday night. The Wolfpack baseball team, which had national title hopes, falls to 21-18.
Michael Russell hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning to give North Carolina its first lead of the series, and Zac Gallen and Reilly Hovis made it hold up as the Tar Heels beat host No. 1 Virginia 4-2 Sunday.
The NC State Wolfpack staged a ninth-inning rally on Sunday, but it only delayed a 9-7 loss to Boston College that took 11 innings to decide.
Duke had 17 hits to beat Virginia Tech 13-3 as the Blue Devils clinched their fourth ACC series victory on Saturday at English Field.
Ryan Butler tossed his second complete game in three outings, needing just an hour and 40 minutes to lead the Niners to a 2-1 victory over Tulane and a season-high three-game win streak. It was the third-straight complete game effort for Charlotte.
Corey Roberts threw a complete-game three-hitter in a 2-0 Charlotte victory over visiting Tulane on Thursday night.
The next 15 games on NC State’s baseball schedule are at home, starting with a three-game series against Boston College on Friday night.
Mason Davis went 3-for-4 with a homer and two RBIs and Tyler Griffin added two hits and three RBIs to help The Citadel outlast 11th-ranked South Carolina 10-8 Wednesday in a nonconference baseball game.
Basketball greats Dick Dickey and Lou Pucillio lead the 10-person class, the third NC State has honored.
Charlotte has made a bid to host the ACC baseball tournament, with a decision from the league coming as early as mid-May, a league official confirmed Wednesday.
Heavy rain forces the postponement between the Tar Heels and Wolfpack. No makeup date at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park has been announced.
The Tar Heels and Wolfpack baseball teams enter their “Duel at the DBAP” hoping to turn around disappointing seasons.