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UNC postgame notes from the College World Series Championship Series Game OneUNC postgame notes from the College World Series Championship Series Game One
[Jun. 25, 2006] After Saturday's 4-3 win over Oregon State, North Carolina is one win away from its first national title in baseball and the ACC's first championship since Wake Forest claimed the crown in 1955. The Tar Heels have 33 NCAA team titles.
 
Tar Heels meet Oregon State in baseball championship seriesTar Heels meet Oregon State in baseball championship series
[Jun. 24, 2006] North Carolina will square off against Oregon State in the best-of-three championship series of the 2006 College World Series beginning Saturday at Omaha's Rosenblatt Stadium. The Tar Heels (53-13) have won eight straight NCAA tournament games, while the Beavers (48-15) fought their way to the title series after losing their first game in the CWS. Junior left-hander Andrew Miller will take the mound for UNC in the opening game.
 
Tar Heels close out baseball season with Boston CollegeTar Heels close out baseball season with Boston College
[May 18, 2006] Seeding for next week's Atlantic Coast Conference Championship is on the line for No. 5 North Carolina as it hosts league newcomer Boston College for the final three games of the regular season beginning Thursday at Boshamer Stadium. The Tar Heels (42-11, 19-8 ACC) and Eagles (28-22-1, 9-18 ACC) will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday and Noon Saturday.
 
No. 1 UNC sweeps 3-game series with No. 7 NC StateNo. 1 UNC sweeps 3-game series with No. 7 NC State
[Apr. 23, 2006] Junior right-hander Daniel Bard fired a complete game, four-hit shutout to lead No. 1 North Carolina to a 4-0 victory and a weekend series sweep of No. 7 NC State Sunday at Boshamer Stadium. The three-game sweep by the Tar Heels (34-8, 15-6 ACC) was their first of the Wolfpack (31-13, 13-8 ACC) since 2002 and secured the best record in the Atlantic Coast Conference. In a game that was completed earlier Sunday, Carolina took game two of the series, 3-2, in 14 innings.
Also: NCSU at UNC Baseball Photo Gallery - 4/23/06
 
Duke’s 9th-inning rally falls short in 10-9 loss to Wake ForestDuke’s 9th-inning rally falls short in 10-9 loss to Wake Forest
[Apr. 14, 2006] Trailing 10-6 entering the bottom of the ninth, the Duke Blue Devils scored three times in the final frame to make it a one-run ballgame but it was not enough as the Wake Forest Demon Deacons held on for a thrilling 10-9 victory on Friday night at Jack Coombs Field. The Blue Devils fall to 12-27 overall and 4-12 in the ACC while the Demon Deacons improve to 26-12 overall and 10-6 in league play.
 
NCSU Wolfpack back at home with big ACC series vs. VirginiaNCSU Wolfpack back at home with big ACC series vs. Virginia
[Mar. 30, 2006] Only three Atlantic Coast Conference series remain on NC State's home baseball schedule, including two the next two weekends. The 17th-ranked Wolfpack (22-8 overall, 5-4 in the ACC), swept a week ago at Clemson, hosts No. 14 Virginia (24-5, 6-3) this weekend at Doak Field at Dail Park. Game times will be 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. on Sunday.
 
Miami completes series sweep of Duke with Sunday’s 7-1 winMiami completes series sweep of Duke with Sunday’s 7-1 win
[Mar. 19, 2006] Miami starter Scott Maine held Duke to two hits in 8.0 shutout innings to lead the Hurricanes to a 7-1 victory over the Blue Devils on Sunday afternoon at Jack Coombs Field. Duke falls to 8-16 overall and 1-5 in the ACC while Miami, who won their 15th consecutive game, improves to 21-6 overall and 6-0 in league action.
 
Duke baseball to host Miami for three-game ACC seriesDuke baseball to host Miami for three-game ACC series
[Mar. 17, 2006] The Duke baseball team will return to ACC play this weekend as they get set to host the Miami Hurricanes for a three-game series at Jack Coombs Field. Friday night’s game will be the first game of the year under the lights with the first pitch scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday night’s game is also slated for 7 p.m. while Sunday’s first pitch is set for 1 p.m. Duke enters the conference tilt 8-13 overall and 1-2 in league play.
 
Duke baseball opens ACC play with three-game series against MarylandDuke baseball opens ACC play with three-game series against Maryland
[Mar. 3, 2006] The Duke baseball team will open the 2006 Atlantic Coast Conference schedule today with a three-game series against Maryland at Jack Coombs Field. Today’s first pitch is set for 3 p.m. while Saturday and Sunday’s games will begin at 1 p.m. The Blue Devils enter the weekend series 4-8 overall.
 
Duke baseball to play at Elon on WednesdayDuke baseball to play at Elon on Wednesday
[Feb. 15, 2006] The Duke baseball team will hit the road for the first time this season on Wednesday to take on Elon University at 3 p.m. at Latham Park. The Blue Devils, who went 2-2 during opening week, are coming off a 2-1 series win over Seton Hall.
 
Elon Phoenix baseball to begin 2006 season on Feb. 10Elon Phoenix baseball to begin 2006 season on Feb. 10
[Feb. 1, 2006] The Elon Phoenix enters the 2006 season as a team of experience. The roster boasts 11 seniors and 11 juniors. Coach Mike Kennedy’s squad returns eight position starters and 11 pitchers who saw action from the 2005 team that posted a 32-25 overall record. True freshman Matt Hinson of Siler City, N.C. will also be in the mix for an outfield spot.
 
Duke names two new assistant coaches baseball staffDuke names two new assistant coaches baseball staff
[Jul. 28, 2005] Durham, NC - Duke University head baseball coach Sean McNally announced Thursday the hiring of two full-time assistants to his first collegiate coaching staff for the 2006 season. Dave Turgeon and Matthew Boggs will join recently hired McNally in guiding the Blue Devil baseball program into the 2006 campaign.
 
Sean McNally named head baseball coach at DukeSean McNally named head baseball coach at Duke
[Jul. 16, 2005] Former All-ACC infielder Sean McNally has been named the head baseball coach at Duke University, announced on Friday afternoon by director of athletics Joe Alleva. McNally replaces Bill Hillier, who compiled a record of 121-214 in six years before resigning this past May.
 
Duke defeats Maryland-Eastern Shore, 11-8Duke defeats Maryland-Eastern Shore, 11-8
[Feb. 11, 2005] Durham, N.C. – Adam Murray drove in three runs and scored two more as Duke topped Maryland-Eastern Shore by an 11-8 score at Jack Coombs Field. With the win, the Blue Devils improved to 2-1 on the young season, while the Fighting Hawks dropped to 0-3. Senior right-hander Greg Burke picked up his second win of the year.
 
Atlantic Coast Conference releases 2005 baseball scheduleAtlantic Coast Conference releases 2005 baseball schedule
[Jan. 24, 2005] Durham, N.C. - The Duke baseball team will play 21 of its 55 games against teams that made last season's NCAA Tournament, including a three-game swing at ACC-newcomer and perennial powerhouse Miami. The Blue Devils will also take on in-state non-conference foes North Carolina A&T, UNC-Wilmington, Elon, Radford and Davidson. The 2004 ACC Tournament will be held in Jacksonville, Fla. on May 24-29.

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