It’s never too early for North Carolina head coach Roy Williams to start recruiting players for future teams and on Sunday night, he landed a commitment.
Every journey has a bump in the road, some sort of obstacle that must be overcome on the way to achieving greatness and winning a championship.
“Look, you want to keep doing this?” head coach Mike Fox asked his team. “What kind of season do you want to have? Are we keep going to wallow in self-pity, or are we going to do something about it?”
There is perhaps no greater achievement for an amateur baseball player than being selected in the Major League Baseball draft.
A chance at redemption.
He's coming home.
Fresh off a three-game sweep of Virginia Tech, the North Carolina baseball team enters postseason play as the No. 1 seed in the ACC Championship. UNC is expected to make a deep run in ACC tournament play and could very well do so. The No. 7 Tar Heels clinched the ACC Coastal Division on Thursday for the second straight year and won their next two games to finish with a 22-8 conference record, earning them the top spot in tournament play. UNC finished the regular season with a 37-17 overall mark.
A day after clinching the ACC Coastal Division for a second consecutive year, the North Carolina baseball team defeated Virginia Tech, 11-2, on Friday afternoon.
The No. 4 North Carolina baseball team fell to Coastal Carolina, 5-2, in Conway, S.C., on Wednesday night, snapping a nine-game win streak.
The No. 4 North Carolina baseball team defeated Richmond, 6-2, on Tuesday night to win its ninth consecutive game as closer Josh Hiatt returned to the mound from his indefinite suspension.