#5 Virginia 9 #2 Georgia Tech 1
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#8 Florida State 17 Wake Forest 16
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – What would an ACC game be without a little late inning rally? For the third time on the road in league play this year, seventh-ranked Florida State (25-7, 10-5 ACC) used a ninth inning rally to earn a win. This time the Seminoles scored three runs in the ninth and hung on for a 17-16 victory over Wake Forest (10-24, 2-13 ACC) on Sunday afternoon on Gene Hooks Field at Wake Forest Baseball Park.
"I just can’t tell you how proud I am of this baseball team," said head coach Mike Martin. "To be down by five runs at one time and to keep chipping away at the lead, we just kept fighting. I have just never been more proud of a group than I am this team right now. It was just a good win for us today."
Virginia Tech 4 #12 Miami (FL) 2
BLACKSBURG, Va. – Virginia Tech rode outstanding pitching performances from Jesse Hahn and Ben Rowen to a 4-2 victory over Miami in Atlantic Coast Conference baseball action Sunday afternoon at English Field, clinching its first-ever series from the ninth-ranked Hurricanes.
With the win, the Hokies, ranked No. 25 nationally, moved to 23-11 on the season and 8-7 in the ACC. Miami fell to 23-9 overall and 11-4 in conference play. Tech has now won four of its five conference series this season, including their last three. The Hokies now boast four wins over top-10 teams this season after taking two from then-No. 4Florida State last weekend.
Duke 7 #14 Clemson 2
DURHAM, N.C. – Chase Bebout held No. 11 Clemson to two runs over a career-high 7.1 innings in his first career ACC start to lead Duke to a series-clinching 7-2 victory in the series finale on Sunday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Bebout (4-0), a freshman who had been Duke’s top midweek starter until getting the Sunday call versus Clemson, threw a career-high 114 pitches while holding the Tigers to just six hits. The 6-6, 210-pound right-hander struck out five batters on the way to a win in his first career ACC appearance.
#20 North Carolina 9 NC State 6
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – A six-run seventh inning lifted No. 20 North Carolina over No. 28 NC State 9-6 Sunday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium. Michael Morin earned the victory in relief helping Carolina improve to 22-12 overall and 6-9 in league play. The Wolfpack’s Anthony Tzamtzis suffers the loss as State falls to 21-12 overall and 6-9 in ACC play.
"We had to have a big inning and prevent the big inning, we were able to do that today," said head coach Mike Fox. "We got off to a good start and it was a huge win for us."
Morin (5-0) earned the win allowing just three runs, none earned, in two innings of relief. Starter Chris Munnelly pitched 4.2 innings, rendering just one run on four hits. Colin Bates allowed two runs on just one hit in two innings of relief.
Maryland 4 Boston College 2
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – With Maryland’s bullpen depleted after pitching 7 1/3 innings in Saturday’s doubleheader, starter Brett Harman knew he had to give the Terps seven to eight solid innings in order for them to win Sunday.
The junior exceeded those expectations, recording Maryland’s first complete game this season and setting a career high with 12 strikeouts as Maryland topped Boston College, 4-2.
Harman broke his previous career high of 10 strikeouts and threw his first complete game since May 8, 2009 against Wake Forest.