Unfortunately for the teams, neither UNC nor UVa. could claim both of them.
Freshman Dennis Robinson started the Tar Heels' series off on the right foot Friday night. He struck out 13 and sprinkled five hits in eight innings of work en route to a 10-6 victory for UNC.
Virginia's ace, Brandon Creswell, ended the series Sunday by throwing a six-hit, two-run complete game to give the Cavaliers a 5-2 win.
"I thought we played solid," Virginia coach Dennis Womack said. "Brandon was the key."
And it was very important for the Cavaliers to find their key and get together on the heels of a terrible performance Saturday. Virginia made six errors in the 7-6 loss.
"I told them (Saturday) I wasn't going to feed 'em if they didn't start playing better," Womack said.
Creswell and the Cavaliers' performance Sunday probably earned the team a meal on the way back to Charlottesville, Va.
Creswell was dominant early, striking out three in the first two innings. He worked two perfect innings and looked well on his way to another one when third baseman Jeff Kamrath let a ball roll past him, thinking it would go foul.
It didn't, and UNC catcher Ron Braun reached first.