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Northwood defeats Jordan-Matthews in baseball, 12-1Northwood defeats Jordan-Matthews in baseball, 12-1
[Mar. 12, 2009] The Northwood varsity baseball team defeated Jordan-Matthews 12-1 Wednesday evening in five innings. Austin Brice picked up the win going three shutout innings while striking out seven.
 
Duke announces 2009 baseball schedule
[Nov. 25, 2008] Thirty-five home games, including home ACC series against NC State, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and Boston College, highlight the Duke baseball team’s 2009 schedule, released Friday by head coach Sean McNally.
 
Wake Forest shuts down Duke offense in 3-1 win Saturday
[May 11, 2008] Charlie Mellies pitched a complete game four-hitter and gave up just one run to lead Wake Forest to a 3-1 win over Duke Saturday afternoon at Gene Hooks Stadium.
 
Duke stumbles against Wake Forest to drop opener 7-3Duke stumbles against Wake Forest to drop opener 7-3
[May 10, 2008] Ben Hunter struck out eight and held Duke to two runs on six hits over seven-plus innings to lead Wake Forest to a 7-3 win in the series opener Friday afternoon at Gene Hooks Stadium.
 
Yankees take Brackman in first round of MLB draftYankees take Brackman in first round of MLB draft
[Jun. 7, 2007] NC State right-hand pitcher Andrew Brackman was selected as the final pick of the first round of Thursday’s Major League Baseball first-year player draft. The New York Yankees took him with the No. 30 overall pick of baseball’s annual selection process.
 
Seven ACC schools make the 2007 NCAA Baseball TournamentSeven ACC schools make the 2007 NCAA Baseball Tournament
[May 30, 2007] The Atlantic Coast Conference tied the league record for the second year in a row and third all-time, as seven teams will be heading to the 2007 NCAA Baseball Tournament announced Monday afternoon. ACC champion North Carolina and Florida State were one of eight schools from the 64-team field to earn a national seed with the Tar Heels tabbed No. 3 and the Seminoles at No. 6.
 
Duke baseball hosts Virginia Tech for final home ACC series of the seasonDuke baseball hosts Virginia Tech for final home ACC series of the season
[May 10, 2007] The Duke baseball team will host Virginia Tech this weekend for their final home ACC series of the season at Jack Coombs Field. Friday’s game is set for 7 p.m., Saturday’s game will begin at 2 p.m. and Sunday’s series finale is scheduled for 1 p.m. The Blue Devils enter the weekend with a 27-20 overall record and a 6-18 mark in the ACC while the Hokies are 21-26 and 5-19, respectively.
 
Freiman’s two homers lead Duke to 12-0 victory over CampbellFreiman’s two homers lead Duke to 12-0 victory over Campbell
[Apr. 25, 2007] First baseman Nate Freiman hit a pair of home runs, including a three-run shot in the first, and four Duke pitchers combined on an eight-hit shutout as the Blue Devils defeated Campbell, 12-0, on Tuesday night at Jack Coombs Field. With the win, the Blue Devils improve to 26-17 on the season while the Fighting Camels fall to 9-34.
 
Duke & No. 2 UNC split Saturday's doubleheaderDuke & No. 2 UNC split Saturday's doubleheader
[Apr. 15, 2007] Duke and No. 2 North Carolina split Saturday's doubleheader at Boshamer Stadium with the Blue Devils winning game one, 9-3, and the Tar Heels winning game two, 7-4. Duke finishes the week 23-15 overall and 4-14 in the ACC while Carolina sits at 32-6 and 13-5, respectively.
 
Robert Woodard tosses shutout to lead No. 2 UNC past DukeRobert Woodard tosses shutout to lead No. 2 UNC past Duke
[Apr. 13, 2007] North Carolina starter Robert Woodard tossed a complete game shutout to lead the second-ranked Tar Heels to a 7-0 victory over Duke on Friday night at Boshamer Stadium. The Blue Devils fall to 22-14 overall and 3-13 in the ACC while the Tar Heels improve to 31-5 and 12-4, respectively.
 
Greensboro College defeats Endicott College, 11-2
[Mar. 23, 2007] Greensboro College recorded 20 hits for the second straight game as the Pride defeated Endicott College, 11-2, on Thursday evening at War Memorial Stadium in Greensboro, NC.
 
Duke baseball hosts Holy Cross this weekendDuke baseball hosts Holy Cross this weekend
[Mar. 2, 2007] The Duke baseball team will host Holy Cross for a three-game series this weekend at Jack Coombs Field. Saturday’s double-header begins at 1 p.m. and Sunday’s series finale is also set for 1 p.m. The Blue Devils enter the series 10-1 on the season while the Crusaders are 1-2.
 
Postgame quotes: College World Series Championship Series Game TwoPostgame quotes: College World Series Championship Series Game Two
[Jun. 26, 2006] I have to give a lot of credit to Oregon State. They made the plays. It's a tale of two games. We felt good with the lead and then we opened the door for OSU and they took advantage of it. We opened that inning with (Tyler) Graham getting hit by a pitch and then a walk. We've talked about not giving up the big inning. We just couldn't prevent that tonight. (Kevin) Gunderson is a tough player. OSU hit the ball tonight. It just wasn't meant to be and we'll just have to come back out and do it again tomorrow.
 
UNC postgame notes from the College World Series Championship Series Game TwoUNC postgame notes from the College World Series Championship Series Game Two
[Jun. 25, 2006] Carolina's 11-7 loss to Oregon State snapped a nine-game winning streak and marked its first defeat of the NCAA tournament. The Tar Heels and Beavers will play a third game to decide the national championship at 7 p.m. Monday on ESPN. Junior right-hander Daniel Bard (9-3) will start for the Tar Heels.
 
Postgame quotes: College World Series Championship Series Game OnePostgame quotes: College World Series Championship Series Game One
[Jun. 25, 2006] This was a big win for us, a huge win. I don't want to take anything away from Oregon State. They are a great ball club, but we didn't play our best baseball tonight. Our relief pitching was outstanding and our bullpen really backed up our pitching. Chad (Flack) had some big hits for us and that doesn't surprise me at all. We were fortunate to win. Oregon State is a tough bunch and they really put the pressure on us. A few swings of the bat and our pitching is what kept us in the game.

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