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Greenville Regional Final Recap

GREENVILLE, North Carolina- With his team trailing 9-6 in the bottom of the ninth, Devin Harris hit a three-run home run to tie the contest before also delivering the game-winning single in the bottom of the 10th, lifting top-seeded East Carolina to a 10-9 victory over No. 2 seed South Carolina in the Greenville Regional Championship Game Monday evening. A crowd of 5,047 witnessed the contest at Lewis Field inside Clark-LeClair Stadium, representing the fourth-largest single-game attendance in facility and program history. Continue reading

Greenville Regional- Day 3 Recap

(Courtesy of East Carolina Media Relations)
(Courtesy of East Carolina Media Relations)

East Carolina won two games Sunday to force a Monday game in its regional at Clark-LeClair Stadium in Greenville, N.C.

The Pirates dispatched Binghamton, 16-9, in an elimination, game, then withstood a late rally from South Carolina in Sunday’s second game for an 8-6 victory.

The winner-take-all final for the right to play North Carolina in the Super Regionals begins at 6 p.m. Monday. Continue reading

Greenville Regional- Day 1 Recap

South Carolina won its opener over George Mason, but East Carolina and Binghamton were rained out in the second game Friday in the Greenville Regional at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

Lightning and rain interrupted the USC-George Mason for 80 minutes in the seventh inning, then delayed and finally washed out the ECU-Binghamton game. Continue reading

2009 NCAA Regional Preview: Greenville

Ryan Wood and East Carolina host the 2009 Greenville Regional. (East Carolina Photo)
Ryan Wood and East Carolina host the 2009 Greenville Regional. (East Carolina Photo)

East Carolina will host the 2009 Greenville Regional at Clark-LeClair Stadium.  The first game of the regional will be between the two seed, South Carolina Gamecocks, and the three seed, George Mason Patriots, at 3 p.m. ET on Friday.  The host team and one seed, East Carolina, will then take on Binghamton at 7 p.m ET.

The first elimination game is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET on Saturday, and the winner’s bracket championship will be that night at 6 p.m. ET.  The loser’s bracket championship will be Sunday at 2 p.m. ET with the first championship game to follow that evening at 6 p.m. ET.  If necessary, the decisive game seven will be at 6 p.m. ET on Monday. Continue reading