The No. 9 North Carolina baseball team (7-0) used a record-breaking performance by first-year Luca Dalatri to complete its sweep of Radford (1-6) with a 7-5 win on Sunday.
The first score of the day came in the bottom of the second, when an Ashton McGee single drove Kyle Datres home to put UNC up, 1-0.
The majority of the Tar Heels' runs came in the bottom of the third inning, when UNC exploited a Radford implosion in the field. A couple of wild pitches and four errors culminated in three runs for North Carolina.
The story of the day, though, was UNC’s starting pitcher. Dalatri, a first-year, had a memorable second start for the Tar Heels. He had a perfect game through 3 1/3 innings before a Highlander single spoiled things, but he held a shutout until the top of the eighth.
Radford only managed one hit between the third and seventh innings, and the Tar Heels were able to pile on with three more runs in the bottom of the seventh.