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College Baseball Roundup: Tar Heels cruise past Seton Hall

Tyler Ramirez and Joe Dudek homered to lead a balanced offensive attack and North Carolina opened the season with a 7-1 win against Seton Hall (0-1) on Friday.

Spencer Trayner earned the win for the Tar Heels (1-0).


College of Charleston 6, South Carolina 3: A three-run fifth inning led the visiting Cougars (1-0).

Jack Wynkoop took the loss for the Gamecocks (0-1), giving up four earned runs on eight hits in five innings.

Virginia 3, East Carolina 1: The visiting Cavaliers (1-0) scored unearned runs in the fourth and fifth innings and held off a late rally.

Parker Lamm had two hits for the Pirates (0-1).

James Madison 9, Gardner-Webb 6: The visiting Dukes (2-0) plated six runs in a decisive sixth inning.

Ryan Hodge was 2-for-4 with two runs scored for Gardner-Webb (0-1).

Elon 16, Penn State 15: The host Phoenix (1-0) pounded out 23 hits, led by Austin Leeney and Quinn Bower, who had four hits each.

The Nittany Lions are 0-1.

Coastal Carolina 4, Old Dominion 0: Michael Paez and Casey Scroeder each hit two-run homeruns for the host Chanticleers (1-0).

Old Dominion is 0-1.

West Virginia 2, Clemson 0: KC Huth scored on a wild pitch with two outs in the seventh inning to break a scoreless tie for the visiting Mountaineers (1-0).

Clemson (0-1) stranded five runners on base in the first two innings and 11 for the game, including seven in scoring position.

Wofford 8, Boston College 4: Conor Clancey and Demetrius Jennings each had two RBIs for the host Terriers (1-0).

Boston College fell to 0-1.

Western Carolina 17, Purdue 6: Brett Pope finished 5-for-5 with four runs and J.D. Long finished 4-for-5 with two RBIs to lead the host Catamounts (1-0).

Purdue is 0-1.

Lenoir-Rhyne 10, Tusculum 9: Brantley Rumford and Adam Venditti each hit a home run as the host Bears (8-0, 1-0 SAC) continued their best start in 19 years.

Tusculum fell to 4-4, 3-1.

Winthrop 9, Kent State 1: Sam Kmiec earned the win for the host Eagles (1-0), giving up four hits and no runs in seven innings.

Kent State is 0-1.